All parents love to let their kids play outside with friends, read a good book everyday or do anything helpful instead of pressing their eyes on video games. In some cases, you are right if your child prefers to violent games. However, there are lots of great and educational 3DS
One of the best ways to make your kids embrace learning is to make it fun. And encouraging them to enjoy interactive games is actually beneficial. How do pizzas, goldfish or worms help to improve math ability? Or how can knocking down or building a house support their awareness of
One sure thing is that education is a national policy which is given top priority. And when the world develops, schools need to move towards in order to satisfy the demands of today’s economy. So, when it comes to the third education revolution, do you have any idea about it?
My opinion: A result computed by a computer algebra system, whose source code is not “open source”, can not be accepted as part of a mathematical proof. Within the general mathematical community, it seems fair to say that a mathematical truth is not a theorem unless its proof is written
Lesson 1 by Igor Epshteyn. Theme: Introduction to pawn endgames: pawn mobility, opposition, triangulation. Lesson 2 by Igor Epshteyn. Theme: The principle of two weaknesses and the triangulation manuever. Lesson 3 by Igor Epshteyn. Theme: Coordinating squares, static case. The principle of two weaknesses (revisited). Lesson 4 by Igor Epshteyn.
Noam Elkies Editor’s note: This issue we introduce a new column to Chess Horizons readers. Mathematician, musician and chessmaster Noam Elkies is a member of Harvard University’s Society of Fellows and an internationally known endgame composer whose works have received numerous awards. Each issue Elkies will illustrate a new theme
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