## Cracking the quadratic code

In an earlier post, we looked at expanding binomial products. Remember how the result of the expansion is a mixture of the inputs — the numbers in the input do not appear in the result, but the numbers that …

22 Jun, 2015

In an earlier post, we looked at expanding binomial products. Remember how the result of the expansion is a mixture of the inputs — the numbers in the input do not appear in the result, but the numbers that …

14 Mar, 2015

A typical maths textbook presents equation solving in a very ordered, structured way. Starting with *one-step* equations such as , they introduce the single step solution process

before moving onto *two-step* equations such as . For these equations …

14 Mar, 2015

Welcome to the first mathematical post in *The Mathenæum Blog*. In this post, I have chosen to discuss expanding binomial products, because in many ways binomial products act as a bridge between elementary algebraic work, and more advanced applications …

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