So what exactly is this program? It’s built into Windows 7. It immediately recognizes any sort of math expression that is written down. With this program, you can transfer the hand-written expressions into the program. That way you can use it for any sort of word-processing needs.

Now with this program it’s mostly designed for push pen. It comes equipped with one to start with. But you can also use touchscreen too. Some are not as comfortable with the pen device. Many find the touchscreen more accessible, which is what makes this program so customizable. You can also use a mouse with this program too. Just have the mouse hooked up to the system and it will work.

HOW TO USE THE MATH INPUT PANEL:

1) Open up the program by clicking the start button.

2) Go to the search box and type in the words math input panel.

3) As soon as that appears, click on it.

4) The next thing you need to do is type in a well-place math expression. It doesn’t need to be that expansive, but something that the system can work with.

5) When it comes to the math recognitions, make any necessary corrections.

6) Once you have made the necessary corrections, tab the insert button. This will place the expression into the system.

WHAT DO I DO, IF I NEED TO MAKE CORRECTIONS?

1) Hold down the mouse or use the push pen, and draw a circle around the parts that need to be corrected. If you want to correct a symbol hold down the mouse, while tapping on the symbol itself.

2) Look at the list and choose something else. Choose the one you meant to represent.

3) Once you do this, tab it and insert it into the program. Make sure you insert it enough for the program to recognize it.

Now if you do this and you wish to continue writing, simply click the “continue writing” button and move on.

I have many students who have used tablets to help them in their math courses. The key is to shop around and find a good one that will run the software that you need. There are many websites that will help you find the right tablet for your needs and you will definitely want to explore all of your options. The key here is to find a tablet that has the most memory you can afford, and is the latest version of whatever device you purchase. For instance, if you were going to buy an iPad and use it for math, you would likely want to get the iPad Air as that is the latest and most powerful model. You don’t want to be sitting in math class with a device that crashes!

To sum up, math has truly come into the 21st century and many students are using tablets to help them in algebra, calculus, and of course basic math. Will you become one of them?

]]>As a Math teacher, I make it a point to use teaching methods that are tailored to the needs of my students. For my university classes, for one, I make use of binary options trading to teach my class important Mathematical concepts. By urging my students to do binary options trading with Banc de Binary, I get them to learn about Math, economics, finance, and trade in a very applied manner.

First things first, some of my readers might be asking, isn’t doing binary options trading with a brokerage like Banc de Binary illegal? The answer is no. Although some brokerages are illegitimate, Banc de Binary isn’t. It’s actually regulated by the CySec, and this is why I urge my students to only do binary options trading with them. By doing business with Banc de Binary, they can be sure that their money is safe. Also, by working with the brokerage, they will have binary options trading explained to them effectively, and this lets them move on to learning about Math fast.

What is it about binary options trading that makes my students learn about Math easily? Well, it actually depends on which Mathematical concept we’re looking it. If we’re looking at Statistics, then the trading itself will prove useful in teaching my students the concept of probability. Not only do they end up learning effectively about the concept, they also end up realizing its importance in everyday living.

“Thank you for getting us to do binary options trading. Thanks to you, I now realize the importance of Statistics in every day life. I actually still do binary options trading. I find that it also helps me learn about finance and economics. I just wish my Math teachers from when I was still in high school were as good as you. If they were, I probably would have gotten high grades in Math back then,” Camilla, a former student of mine, told me.

Hopefully, this post of mine will prove helpful to the many Math teachers out there who are struggling with teaching their students effectively. Math doesn’t have to be a hard subject; teachers just have to know how to teach it properly. Thankfully, more and more teachers are realizing the importance of doing so. In the future, we can expect Math education to be so much better than it ever was. Who knows? Maybe ten years down the road, everyone will find the subject very easy.

]]>Whenever I first meet with a class, I tell them to check out the websites of the different binary options brokers operating here in the country. After they do so, I then ask them such questions as “how do binary options brokers make money?” By pondering on these questions, they can gain an understanding as to why the option prices of the binary options brokerages here are different, among other things. After making them answer an initial round of questions and making them understand basic mathematical, economic, and financial concepts, I then ask them to do binary options trading. By doing binary options trading, they are able to translate what they learned in the classroom setting to real life settings.

During the first time I incorporated binary options trading in my teaching, I only did it for one class. I then compared the performance of my class who I encouraged to do binary options trading and the one who received only standard teaching. I then saw that those who did binary options trading performed significantly better than the non-binary options trading class. Since then, I have included binary options trading and other alternative modes of instruction in my teaching.

“Thanks to you, I was able to learn mathematical concepts I used to find difficult. Math is now actually very easy for me. It’s really a shame that my high school teachers weren’t as good as you. Had they also incorporated amazing activities in their teaching, I probably would have become a math whiz then. After I took your class, I actually got more interested in being an actuary, so I changed my major. Now, I’m working as an actuary at one of the biggest banks in the country. This wouldn’t have been possible had you not been such a great teacher to us,” a student once told me in conversation.

Hopefully, this post of mine will get more math teachers to try out more engaging strategies when teaching their students. Math doesn’t have to be hard; so long as a teacher does their best, they will be able to make their students understand even the “hardest” mathematical concepts. Teachers owe it to their students to really do their best when it comes to teaching. If they don’t do their best, they are going to affect their students’ future in a very negative way; having great mathematical skills, after all, is a very important important job qualification.

]]>Some students have ended up taking my advice and did go on to watch the movie. On several occasions they have come back to me and asked why I endorsed the film to begin with. I suppose for some high school level students the movie may be a little mature and it isn’t the cleanest movie for language. But with that being said, it’s very inspirational for a few reasons which I will be taking the time to cover right now in this blog post.

First of all, to understand why I would urge “math” students to watch the film is because I want them to understand that mathematics has a greater purpose than just for school – which many of my students significantly have their doubts about. In the movie, Matt Damon’s character actually starts out as a bit of a troubled loser and jailbird/trouble-maker type. I’m quite certain that although I do not consider my students to be “losers,” some of them have probably felt that they themselves were one. Right away, my applicable students would be able to relate to the character in the movie. Continuing on through the film we learn soon after that the main character has mathematical capabilities that are abnormally phenomenal. Again, math geniuses can relate to such a character right from the get-go.

It won’t be until 2/3 of the way through the production when we discover that Matt Damon has been offered some pretty sophisticated career options all based upon his mathematical abilities that appear to be so few and far between. I realize that some of my students sometimes can’t discern what is real and what is fictional. However, when I explain to them some of the truths behind the actuality, they start to comprehend that there just might be something quite beneficial to arithmetic after all.

To sum it all up, anyone who watches the movie for what it is may be inspired to get help if they have been abused, neglected and mistreated. But from an educational and career standpoint, students who excel in mathematics can be inspired to push on with their dreams to become a success by opening up doors that very few would dare to walk through.

]]>*These Institutions are listed in ranking order*

The ** Massachusetts Institute of Technology** in

* In ** Discrete Mathematics** and

* Their course for ** Applied Math** ranks at

* The ** Geometry** and

* MIT’s ** Number Theory**/

* The ** Analysis** study course is ranked at

** Harvard University** which is also in

* Not surprising to most, their ** Geometry** and

* The ** Topology** program runs at the

* A very surprising rank to me for their ** Analysis** study program is quite low at

One of the educational establishments that share a** #2** rating with Harvard is

* Where Harvard seriously lacks in ** Analysis**, Princeton makes up for it as they are ranked

* In ** Number Theory**/

* ** Geometry**,

* The ** Applied Math** course seems to be quite lacking as they only hold a

** Stanford University** in

* The math specialty courses in ** Geometry** and

* ** Analysis**,

* The ** Applied Math **course leaves a lot to be desired at Stanford only holding a rank at

The final school on my quick list that is holding at a ** #2** rank is the

* Both the ** Logic** and

* ** Analysis**,

*** Number Theory**/

* The ** Applied Math** course is substantially lower only holding at

Unfortunately not every high school offers such a course and this is what I mean about lackluster preparedness. The good news is that here in the 21st century we have the *World Wide Web* platform to utilize for educational purposes and it’s my every intention to do just that. I hope to convince any young readers out there that if your high school provides its students with a course in finance, do a gigantic favor for yourself and enroll in it.

It is important for you to understand right away that if you learn and understand at this younger age about managing your finances, you should develop into a responsible adult and save yourself much prospective hardships. If you haven’t learned this by now, money isn’t always the most important thing in the world, but almost everything tends to revolve around it in some way. If you are going to play this game in the near future (which is pretty much inevitable) then you must understand the rules and learn the advantages.

I have given out such financial guidance before, but to mix things up for a change I will begin with *the importance of*** living a frugal lifestyle**. Unless you stay home most of the time, don’t watch television, avoid using the internet or reading magazines, you will at some time be subjected to market advertising. Let’s face it, it’s so difficult to go anywhere or do anything without someone trying to convince you that you need to spend, spend, and spend more on their products or services. Unless you have your own personal gold mine and being thrifty will never be an issue, you will need to learn how to turn off the impulse to buy things you really don’t need. You must learn to master the art of making the best out of what little you may have. This tip alone is worth the price of admission.

When you finally get out on your own and into the workforce, you will need to **learn how to create your own**** spending plan and budget**. You will be using it to enumerate what you make, how much you will spend and how much you can save. It will show you how much you shell-out and in what time-frame as well as how to plan ahead for unseen expenditures. This is one of the vital aspects of the financial program.

Finance also teaches ** the importance of saving money**. The goal is to have enough revenue for expenses (whether they are anticipated or not) and in the end, have a monetary reservoir at your disposal. Learning about

There is more that a class in finance can teach you but the rest of the learning is up to you.

]]>I suppose it would only be appropriate for me to begin with the field of ** mathematics**. Such professions in

Next are the livelihoods that are rooted in ** physics.** It can be said with certainty that a BA in physics will quite easily provide you with a jumping off point to a career in such domains as

Are your brains starting to swell a little yet? Salaries like those won’t be found on just any street corner in today’s economy that’s for sure. I think you may already be having second thoughts about why you ever doubted how math can put some spring in your career step. The final area I will draw your attention to is ** economics**. Now although many think that economics might be strictly statistics and math, this is not the case at all. There are other avenues attributed here (such as social science and psychology) but mathematics is certainly a major key player. Most, if not all

I wouldn’t blame any of you for landing a “face palm” right about now because you doubted the vitality of arithmetical importance. If you aren’t convinced by now that earning that math BA will set you up for much greener pastures, then it must be said that mathematics just might not be for you. I have seen those with a delight for it and if the passion isn’t burning a hole through you at this point then you might as well pursue something different.

]]>I can still recall when I was quite younger and teaching in the late 1990s there were many occasions when students would work up the nerve to ask me why they even needed to learn a lot of the content I was teaching them. Algebra and the Pythagorean Theorem were two of the most common subjects that would trigger such questions. I would always reply with the same answer and tell them that they needed to learn these areas of math because they would use them some day. I could tell that my response was only effective about half of the time. But here and now two decades later, I’m getting this inquiry almost on a weekly to monthly basis and I’m running out of convincing explanations.

So why exactly is this all going on then? What is causing it? There is no doubting that it is happening right now. When an international look at the competitiveness of mathematics was conducted, the results found that America has now been grouped somewhere in the middle of the bundle when it comes to not only mathematics, but science and technology as well. Students from nations such as China and South Korea have picked up the ball where America has dropped it. A separate international study was also carried out when 150 000 people aged 16 through 65 were questioned in 24 different nations. The results for our country here in the U.S. were absolutely embarrassing to say the least. We used to be one of the global leaders in technology and innovation but now we’ve more than lost our edge.

So again I ask, what is the cause of such a decline in mathematical interest and abilities? An answer from a school and teacher’s perspective is that the mathematical textbooks are now more watered down than they ever were. I’ve been teaching from all of this new material and it doesn’t nearly challenge the students up to the standards I would maintain and promote. Students are getting more discouraged in school and so we are gearing towards keeping them interested through a simpler and a more engaging curriculum. However, in my opinion this has gone too far and for too long now and is not developing competitive math students in comparison to those with an aggressive command of the subject in previous years. I also believe that technology and society is to blame for such a lack of interest as well.

There is far too much information to cover on this subject being as I could mention the American educational system and how parents and teachers have made attempts to improve it over the years. Schools are now also adopting foreign mathematics policies in hopes that the change will bring the American standard back to what it once was. But it only seems that we’re fighting against a heavy tide that will eventually swallow us up.

]]>Right now I want to talk a little more about the importance of mathematics and how it can be applied to everyday life – especially from the career aspect. Despite how many have adverse feelings about arithmetic, I would like to encourage those that enjoy it to really grasp and understand what options they have available to them. When you take this subject as seriously as I do, you may very well be surprised at what potential jobs are available out there on the market. The economy certainly can’t be trusted to self-correct any time soon, so if you feel that you have a genuine love and strength in mathematics then you should take the remainder of this article to learn and reflect upon what future options might be accessible to you.

I first want to zero in on some of the professions that require the more vigorous and advanced mathematical capabilities. Even for those that have limited imaginations, it should be uncomplicated to assume that office and classroom-oriented careers such as *mathematicians,* *physicists, drafters, accountants, cost estimators* and *professors *will fall into this classification.

Other occupations that demand more attention in the field will be *surveyors*, *chemists*, *architects*, *statisticians,** and* *astronauts**. * Ideally, these careers might also be simplistic enough to comprehend a big demand for enhanced mathematical calculations, theories and concepts.

The remaining careers that I will point out are the types that tend to get me the most raised eyebrows when mentioned in the classroom.These being positions as *meteorologists*, ,*agricultural* and *food scientists*, *geologists*, *operation research analysts, astronomists, psychologists, computer programmers* and *foresters*. All of these careers will require superior math expertise and as you can see, some of them are rather interesting jobs to say the least.

What kind of annual salaries do most of these professions draw in you may ask? You can probably guess it, big ones! When I say, “big” I mean that some of them can reach an annual salary in the 6 figures.

If you have a minor appreciation for math and are still considering a career in which to use some of your skills, this next group of jobs and trades might be better suited for you. It’s true that some of them do not draw the biggest wages out there but if you love the work it will likely bring its own set of benefits to you. These will come in a wide array of skills that are incorporated with mathematics. Some of these occupations include *electricians*, *physicians*, *real estate agents*, *optometrists, loan and credit clerks, bank tellers, waiters and waitresses, postal clerks, dentists *and several more.

The world of arithmetic isn’t becoming as obsolete as some might have you believe. If you love your mathematics, let that go as far for you as it can.

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