Algebra, like other forms of math, is a cognitively challenging exercise that requires both understanding of the fundamentals and consistent practice. Research has shown that our working memory plays a critical role in mathematical cognition. Working memory is distinct from […]

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Continue ReadingIf you’ve survived the perils of trigonometry and plunged into the depths of pre-calculus, you’ve probably encountered a matrix, or two matrices, at some point in your math career. You already understand why college algebra matters, but what about the […]

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Continue ReadingAlthough most people deal with compound interest on a regular basis, they rarely think about it in terms of mathematics. Yet compound interest is rooted in the interest formula. Why is this important? You can save significant money and make […]

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Continue ReadingBrittany A. and Brittany R. are college roommates, first semester Sophomores, American Cultural Studies majors, and both have projects due two weeks before midterm. Brittany A. is looking for credible sources on the passage of the 13th Amendment for her […]

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