Technical Math Education

How Fast is Exponential Growth?
What is exponential growth and how does it happen? An example of exponential growth is the rate at which something multiplies in a time period. If two rabbits breed one day and the new born rabbits grow in a few months, the population will double within a few days. If we study population growth, we see that it increases at a speed of r to the power of time. And the weeds in a pond multiply by three each day. The rate at which the population increases is called the exponential growth rate. In simple terms, the exponential growth rate is the rate at which the population increases by two…

Properties of Operations in Algebraic Thinking
This unit examines the properties of addition and subtraction within 20. It introduces students to the concepts of differentiation and accommodations for assessment. In addition, the unit focuses on the representation of problems involving three or more whole numbers. A student is able to recognize these patterns using the properties of operations. The unit includes 15 mathematical performance tasks that require the use of mental models. The content is relevant and engaging for all grades. Students learn about algebra by manipulating symbols and rules to represent patterns. They learn to use symbols to express mathematical ideas and relationships. The symbol “x” indicates the same as another number, such as “five…

Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
The first part of the math benchmark “Numbers and Operations in Base Ten” deals with the numbers from 11 to 19, and the beginnings of place value. Basically, you need to understand that a 1 is not just a one, but rather a ten, and that the number one is not the same as the number ten. For example, 700 is not a minus sign, but it is a whole number, and 700/100 is not a minus sign.

Understanding the Basics of Measurement and Data
Objects have properties that can be measured. For example, length is a measurable attribute. To measure length, lay out multiple copies of the samesize object, ending at one end. Then, measure the two objects and compare the results. This will allow you to calculate the total length of each. Once you’ve determined the total length, you can make a bar graph, picture graph, or other graphical representation. Once you’ve analyzed the data, you can use it to solve word problems or solve other problems that require estimation. Objects can be measured using a variety of tools. The simplest and most common method is to use a tape measure. You can…

The Basics of Geometry
One of the first courses that students take in mathematics is geometry. This course aims to teach the fundamentals of geometry and how to apply these concepts in everyday life. This will help students apply geometric concepts in other disciplines. In this article, we will look at the basics of geometry. If you’re considering taking this course, you should know what you’re getting yourself into. By learning about this subject, you will have a better understanding of the subject. Points are the first objects to study in geometry. These are single locations in space. Often represented as dots on paper, these objects have no real size or shape. This is…