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59 votes

Is there a virtue to learning how to compute by hand?

8 votes

Unique candidate that fails

7 votes

Difficulty in explaining sample space

7 votes

Questions about proofs

7 votes
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Third isomorphism theorem: how important is it to state the relationship between subgroups?

7 votes
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How to teach that $10000x^2$ c$^2$m$^2$ is wrong?

6 votes

Common mistakes in probability

6 votes
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Definite integrals with equal limits

5 votes

Use of language: "perfect square". is this useful or a hindrance?

4 votes

Can we avoid confusion over using "let" as a quantifier?

4 votes

Analyzing an answer to the following problem: Give meaning to $\frac{4}{5} + \frac{2}{3}$

4 votes

Are ‘constant difference’ and ‘common difference’ synonymous?

4 votes

Is 'For all $x$' an abuse of language in math?

3 votes

How to explain loss of significance in numerical analysis?

3 votes

Simple way to explain Sine theorem applications

3 votes

Why is absolute value difficult?

3 votes

Average Cost to Velocity Analogy

3 votes

What are the essential mathematics skills that uni based STEM math educators want high school to teach students?

3 votes

How can I validate the existence of percentages above 100?

2 votes
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Definition for Mathematical Formula

2 votes

Should one include the unit in the variable? E.g. should one write $x^\circ = 30^\circ$ or $x = 30^\circ$?

2 votes

The word "numeral", is it being taught and does the word exist for it in your language?

2 votes

Standard word for a formula that is always true

2 votes

How many zeros do we need to add to get a nonzero value?

2 votes

Clearest verb phrases for operations

2 votes

How to explain Monty Hall problem when they just don't get it

1 vote

Rhombuses, kites etc

1 vote

Which works better for learning 6 * 7 = 42: saying "six sevens are forty-two", or "six times seven equals forty-two"?

1 vote

How to read chained equalities out loud?

1 vote

Getting students to actually read definitions