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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Fourth Regional Math Count and Third Casio MTAPTL MATHalino Challenge
Are you one of the Math wizards in your school? Math enthusiast? Winning coach of any Mathematics competition? If you think you are one, surely this update is for you. The MTAPTL in cooperation with Negros Oriental State UniversityMain Campus 1 … Continue reading
Number of Intersections of Lines with Given Points
This topic will enlighten the mind of students who are not aware how to solve for the maximum number of intersections are there with a given points. I will give different insights how to deal with the problem. Let us … Continue reading
The Tales of Pi ( π )
This is not about the life story of the fictional character Pi in the movie. This is about how the pi(π) was derived by our great mathematicians long time ago. Pi has been known as early as 250 B.C. The … Continue reading
Sample Math Challenge Problems for Grade 8 – Orals
Disclaimer: This is not the official reviewer for the upcoming Metrobank MtapDepEd Math Challenge problems for division orals. These problems are created to somehow help students to enhance their speed and accuracy and familiarize some questions. We all don't know … Continue reading
Practice Math Challenge Question for 3rd Year  Orals
This is not the official reviewer. These questions are just created to test the readiness of your child, student or you yourself. Please leave a comment below for us to improve the site. Easy Round – 2 points How many … Continue reading