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Brian Rushton
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92 votes

What female mathematician can I introduce to my High School students?

24 votes

What do mathematicians call a proof?

16 votes

What is a good physical example of Stokes' Theorem?

16 votes

Revisiting topics from previous courses

14 votes
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Students using l'Hôpital's Rule on the terms of a series, instead of the Limit Comparison Test

13 votes

Optimization problems that today's students might actually encounter?

11 votes

A Lexicon of Math Mistakes

11 votes

Should Eisenstein’s criterion be taught in high-school?

11 votes

Are teaching about finding the missing member(s) of the sequences really appropriate?

10 votes
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Best textbooks to introduce measure theory and Lebesgue integration?

10 votes

What are some great books for exploring mathematics? (not kids' books and not textbooks)

10 votes

Introducing bounds

7 votes

Any tips in explaining the central limit theorem in statistics?

6 votes

What is fairly new theorem one can teach (and prove) to an undergraduate student?

5 votes

Teaching somebody else's class

5 votes

What different ways do people use to show students that $\mathbb{R}$ is uncountable?

5 votes

Why are most math textbooks so uninspiring; unless you already like Math?

4 votes

How do I Create Geometric Drawings Efficiently?

4 votes

How and when should I introduce my students to WolframAlpha?

4 votes

Resources for teaching Riemann integration in higher dimensions and on submanifolds, with view toward Stokes' theorem?

4 votes
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How can one deal with classes split up (in terms of previous knowledge)?

3 votes

What is a free and simple 3D plot software for students?

3 votes

Looking for simple "interesting" math problems that cannot be easily solved without algebra

2 votes

What are some great books for inspiring children to explore mathematics?

2 votes

Physics in Linear Algebra

2 votes

How can I familiarize elementary school students with infinities larger than $\aleph_0$?