High School Math

MISSION STATEMENT: To encourage and promote a greater use of the internet and computer technology in the math classroom. For educators, students, parents and homeschoolers.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

ADD YOUR WEB LINK


We have had many requests to create an area on our website for posting website Links for teachers and by teachers, that educators would find useful. Therefore we have created The Book of Website Links for Teachers.

Go to www.TheMathWebSite.com. and click on the "Add Your Web Link" button for more information.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Positive Attitude


Give out two sheets of specially prepared paper to each member of your class. At the top of each sheet put your school logo, or some other meaningful design. Preprint the sheets with the name of each student in a nice calligraphic font, followed by a small blank area to enable students to write in their comments.

Instruct the students to write down only the nicest things they can say about each of their fellow classmates. After you collect all the comment sheets, write down the name of each student on a separate sheet of paper, and list what everyone else had said about each individual.

After you give each student his or her written list, ask the class if they would like to discuss the results. Point out that whatever you put into the lives of others comes back into your own. The students should end up happy with themselves and one another.

More Stuff at www.TheMathWebSite.com.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Mathematics Jobs


Math Occupation Opportunities
Actuarial and Insurance
Computer & Info Sciences
Researcher
Demographers
Data Processor
Applications Programmer
Systems Analyst
Computer Apps Engineer
Control Systems Engineer
Numerical Analyst
Statistician
Technical Writer
Government
Investment Analyst
Bene¯ts Specialist
Computer Programmer
Navigator
Ecologist
Biomedical Engineer
Operations Analyst
Control Systems Engineer
Teaching
Engineering Analyst
Homeland Security
Accountant
Financial Planner
Mathematician
Cartographer
Meteorologist
Health
Bio-mathematician
Operations Research
Systems Engineer
BusinessIndustry
Financial Analyst
Communications Engineer

Studying mathematics offers an education with an emphasis on careful problem analysis, precision of thought and expression, and the math skills needed for work in many other areas. Many important problems require sophisticated mathematical techniques for their solution. The study of mathematics provides specific analytical and quantitative tools and general problem-solving skills.
More Stuff at www.TheMathWebSite.com.

Best Jobs Ranking


Doing the Math to Find the Good Jobs
Mathematicians Land Top Spot in Jobs Ranking
The Best
1. Mathematician
2. Actuary
3. Statistician
4. Biologist
5. Software Engineer
6. Computer Systems Analyst
7. Historian
8. Sociologist
9. Industrial Designer
10. Accountant
11. Economist
12. Philosopher13. Physicist
14. Parole O±cer
15. Meteorologist
16. Medical Laboratory Technician
17. Paralegal Assistant
18. Computer Programmer
19. Motion Picture Editor
20. Astronomer

The Worst
200. Lumberjack
199. Dairy Farmer
198. Taxi Driver
197. Seaman196. EMT
195. Roofer
194. Garbage Collector
193. Welder
192. Roustabout
191. Ironworker
190. Construction Worker
189. Mail Carrier
188. Sheet Metal Worker
187. Auto Mechanic
186. Butcher
185. Nuclear Decontamination Tech
184. Nurse
183. Painter
182. Child Care Worker
181. Firefighter

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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Inflationary Language

In inflation, we have numbers rising. Prices go up. Anything that has to do with money goes up...except the language. See, we have hidden numbers in the words like "wonderful," "before," "create," "tenderly." All these numbers can be inflated. Just add one to each of these numbers.
For example "wonderful" would be "two-derful." Before would be Be-five. Create, cre-nine. Tenderly should be eleven-derly. A Leiutenant would be a Leiut-eleven-ant. A sentence like, "I ate a tenderloin with my fork" would be "I nine an elevenderloin with my five-k."

A story with inflationary language.
Twice upon a time, there lived in Sunny Califivenia a young man named Bob. He was a third leiutelevenant in the US Air Fiveces. Bob had been fond of Anna, his one-and-a-half sister, ever since she saw the light of day for the second time. And all three of them were proud of the fact that two of his fivefathers had been among the crenineders of the US Constithreetion.
They were dining on the terrace. "Anna," he said as he took a bite of a marininded herring, "You look twoderful threenight. You never looked that lovely befive." Anna looked twoderful, despite of the illness from which she had not yet recupininded. "Yes," repeated Bob, "You look twoderful threenight...but you have three of the saddest eyes I have ever seen."
The table was tastefully deconinded with Anna's favorite flowers: Threelips. They were now talking about Anna's asseten husband, from whom she was sepeninded. While on the radio, an Irish elevenor sang "Tea For Three." it was midnight; A clock in the distance struck thirteen. And suddenly, there in the moonlight stood her husband Don Two, obviously intoxicnineded.
"Anna," he said, "Fivegive me. I am only young twice and you are my two and only." Bob jumped to his feet, "Get out of here, you three-faced triplecrosser!" But Anna warned, "Watch out, Bob. He is an officer." "Yes, he is two. But I am two three!"
Anytwo five elevennis?
"All right," said Don Two as he wiped his fivehead. He then left and when he was one-and-a-halfway through the revolving door, he muttered, "I'll go back to Elevennessee and be double again. Farewell, Anna. Three-de-loo, three-de-loo. -- by Victor Borge

More Stuff at www.TheMathWebSite.com.