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May07

Coordinates: What They Are Used for and Some Examples with Smartick

Coordinates: What They Are Used for and Some Examples with Smartick

Cartesian coordinates are numbers that indicate the position of a point in a given space. In this case a two-dimensional space, a plane. René Descartes was the first mathematician to formally make use of them, which is where the name “Cartesian” comes from. How do Cartesian coordinates work? If we want to indicate something on a plane, […]

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May04

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

Scottish Warrior Princess vs. Math “Even Scottish warrior princesses need to practice math”, Smartick mom Debra states as she refers to her spunky 7-year old-daughter in her blog. Her daughter was always a good and well-rounded student. However, third grade proved to be a difficult transition, particularly when she started to struggle with math. When […]

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Apr30

Is it good to “mix” alternative algorithms such as ABN with traditional ones?

Is it good to “mix” alternative algorithms such as ABN with traditional ones?

We often receive enquires about the compatibility of the use of Smartick and learning alternative algorithms that differ from the more traditional ones. To ease the concerns of moms and dads who might think that what their children learn at school could conflict with what they work on with Smartick, we wanted to offer an answer in this post. We’ll […]

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