Virtual Math Tutor: Mathematics and multimedia blog carnival


Monday, March 28, 2011

Mathematics and multimedia blog carnival

As we have already announced the 9th Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival is hosted here today on Virtual Math Tutor blog.

Carson reminds us how, what and when mathematical concepts are used by professionals in various fields in his post When am I going to use his? Will shows how one can replicate a famous creation by Escher in which he depicted perpetual motion.

Madeleine wishes everyone a Happy Pi Day.

John introduces us in a thoughtful way to Gradients and calculus notations, while Samuelson Mathxp introduces us to Integral calculus.

Denice reminds us that What is the name of this book? is back.

Guillermo derives the equation of a line in his post Equation of a line: The derivation of y = mx + b.

Erronda discusses the importance of the concept of a function and how one can properly introduce the students to it in the post Introducing the concept of function.

William shares with the world a series of videos explaining the topic of graph transformations (at GCSE).

That concludes this edition. The next edition will be posted at Mathematics and Multimedia. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia Blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


Guillermo Bautista said...

Thank you very much for hosting.


Virtual Math Tutor said...

My pleasure, VMT

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