John-Erik Aslaksen

John-Erik Aslaksen

John-Erik Aslaksen
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qrc areas 2

qrc areas 2

Completing the square.svg        Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. Free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL).  www.Chesapeake.edu

Completing the square.svg Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. Free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu

Matrices with Determinants

Matrices with Determinants

Derivative and Anti-Derivative Cheat Sheet. Check out that cool T-Shirt here:  https://www.sunfrog.com/trust-me-im-an-engineer-NEW-DESIGN-2016-Black-Guys.html?53507

Derivative and Anti-Derivative Cheat Sheet. Check out that cool T-Shirt here: https://www.sunfrog.com/trust-me-im-an-engineer-NEW-DESIGN-2016-Black-Guys.html?53507

Lexicity (www.lexicity.com). A fine set of curated links to resources and learning materials for a number of ancient languages. Dictionaries, grammars, study aids, texts, and more.    The languages covered are: Akkadian, Aramaic, Coptic, Egyptian, Ethiopic, Georgian, Gothic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, Old Church Slavonic, Old English, Old Norse, Sanskrit, Syriac, Ugaritic. Further languages, such as Persian, will be added in the future.

Lexicity (www.lexicity.com). A fine set of curated links to resources and learning materials for a number of ancient languages. Dictionaries, grammars, study aids, texts, and more. The languages covered are: Akkadian, Aramaic, Coptic, Egyptian, Ethiopic, Georgian, Gothic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, Old Church Slavonic, Old English, Old Norse, Sanskrit, Syriac, Ugaritic. Further languages, such as Persian, will be added in the future.

Rotations on the Coordinate Plane - layered plate activity

Rotations on the Coordinate Plane - layered plate activity

Real World Examples of Quadratic Equations

Real World Examples of Quadratic Equations

Math is amazing

Math is amazing

A useful way to remember sin(30), sin(45), sin(60): think "1, 2, 3"; cos(30), cos(45), cos(60): think "3, 2, 1" | www.mathisfun.com

A useful way to remember sin(30), sin(45), sin(60): think "1, 2, 3"; cos(30), cos(45), cos(60): think "3, 2, 1" | www.mathisfun.com

Beauty and the Maths : Photo

Beauty and the Maths : Photo