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Author:Kalid Azad
Description: Discover and share the "intuitive insights that make complicated ideas simple. Our 'ah-ha!' moments are different, and that's ok. There's no single way to explain an idea...." Preferring the construction of maps over the memorization of directions, the author of InstaCalc.com posts math shortcuts such as "Understanding Why Similarity 'Works,'" "Understanding Calculus with a Bank Account Metaphor," "Intuitive Understanding of Euler's Formula," "A Friendly Chat about Whether 0.999 = 1," "Understanding the Monty Hall Problem," "A Calculus Analogy: Integrals as Multiplication," "Learning How to Count (Avoiding the Fencepost Problem)," "A Gentle Introduction to Learning Calculus," "How to Analyze Data Using the Average," "Rescaling the Pythagorean Theorem," "A Visual Guide to Simple, Compound and Continuous Interest Rates," "A Visual, Intuitive Guide to Imaginary Numbers," "How to Develop a Mindset for Math," "Surprising Uses of the Pythagorean Theorem," "Demystifying the Natural Logarithm (ln)," "An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes' Theorem," "Understanding the Birthday Paradox," and "Why Do We Need Limits and Infinitesimals?"

Levels: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College
Languages: English
Resource Types: Web-Based Discussions, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Math Ed Topics: Specific Math Concepts/Techniques, Constructivism

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