Math News (Noticias matemáticas) – 4ºESO

Las matemáticas están en cada rincón de nuestra vida. El objetivo de este proyecto es visualizar las matemáticas en nuestra vida diaria y aprender cómo interpretar la información que nos proporciona internet. Math is in every corner of our lives. The aim of this project is to visualize mathematics in our daily lives and learnSigue leyendo “Math News (Noticias matemáticas) – 4ºESO”


A sequence is a list of number that are in order Exercise 1: Look at the sequences below and circle the first, third and eighth term. a) 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 b) 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23 c) 1, -1, 1, -1,Sigue leyendo “Sequences”

Proportions and percents – 3ºESO

Proportions The number of breads and the price we pay are in a direct proportion (more bread more money) Complete the gaps The number of workers and the time they spend in constructing something are in an inverse proportion (more workers less time) Complete the gaps Exercise 1: Decide if the following magnitudes are inSigue leyendo “Proportions and percents – 3ºESO”

Project Problem Solving – 3ºESO

With this project we will improve our skill in problem solving in different contexts. Activity 1: Math Prehistory Solve problems 1 to 5 and hand in the sheet. (Answers must be in Spanish and English) Los primeros humanos utilizaban los números para contar cosas cotianas como los animales que tenían o el paso del tiempo.Sigue leyendo “Project Problem Solving – 3ºESO”

Babylonian number system

The Babylonian civilization was located in what is now Iraq. They were great mathematicians and astronomers. This numbering system appeared around 1800 BC. It is a positional number system, that is, the value of a symbol depends on its position in the number. It is a base sixty system, that is, they had symbols forSigue leyendo “Babylonian number system”

Roman number system

The Roman numeral system is still used today, when writing a century, on monuments, in the names of kings and popes. This system, based on the Etruscan numbering system, was developed in Ancient Rome. It is made up of capital letters that have different values ​​and is additive, that is, to know what number itSigue leyendo “Roman number system”

Egyptian number system

It is thought that the Egyptians introduced the base 10 numeration system at least as early as 2700 BCE (and probably much earlier). The number system was called hieroglyphics. This system made possible to carry out a record of the number of men available for work or military campaigns, to keep control of the grainsSigue leyendo “Egyptian number system”

Binary System

The binary number system has its origin in ancient times. In the 3rd century BC, the Hindu mathematician Pingala first described a binary number system very similar to the current one. In China, the philosopher Shao Yong, in the 11th century, developed hexagrams that represented the numbers from 0 to 63 using a vertical lineSigue leyendo “Binary System”

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