NASA recently released a new “Fly By Math” simulator as part of their Smart Skies program. They are calling it “a fresh look at traditional distance-rate-time problems.” This is a great way for students to see a practical application of linear equations. The other day I was flying my favorite plane 8,000 feet above the […]
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Want to maybe be a lawyer someday? You’re not alone. But you may be surprised to hear that studying math may be the best thing you can do to increase your chances of getting in to a top law school. Professor Michael Nieswiadomy recently analyzed law school admissions test (LSAT) scores for students from 29 […]
Tutor.com attends the Minority Broadband Summit to discuss the digital divide and how we can help.
The Tutor.com Book Club takes on Flatland and the possible fourth dimension.