This screencast follows on from the previous Mathematical Symbols in Word for Mac.
In this screencast, I show a fast method for typing mathematical expressions involving basic symbols (like × and ÷). This method doesn't require the mouse to navigate a menu nor does it require an Equation to be inserted.
This is an update to the second most popular item on this blog, Maths symbols in Word (Mac).
Increasingly I am consuming media on my desktop computer rather than my TV when at home.
Numberphile, for example, publishes one or two videos a week that I want to watch. However, I've always found watching in the browser annoying. Two ways to improve the YouTube viewing experience are:
I usually write a start of year post. Here are a few quick specifics.
This holidays I wandered through Adam Spencer's Big Book of Numbers (currently sold out). For teachers, if you purchase from Adam's site, I paid a little extra to also get a Lesson Plans booklet.
How to Avoid Thinking in Math Class is developing into a nice series to take us back into the new school year.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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