Estimate or Calculate?

” in the real world, we constantly settle for estimates, whereas mathematics — see the SAT — demands that you get the answer precisely right.” – Andrew Hacker in The New York Times article “The Wrong Way We Teach Math


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Estimate or Calculate?

My answer is one of them and do it fast.

Aplusclick Math Apps for Grades 1 Through 12 Are on Apple Store and Google Play


5000 A+Click Math Problems are available offline. If you have problems with Internet, Aplusclick has a solution for you. Aplusclick problems are now available on App Store and Google Play. You can solve all of 5000 problems working offline.

Aplusclick has just launched a series of apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android. It includes Math for grade 1 through 12. You can track your progress or reset your score anytime. Perfect practice makes perfect!

Where do you get it?

Online: ,   iPhone or iPad,    Android: search for Aplusclick

aplusclickAppsStore     AplusclickGooglePlay

Mathematically Correct Way to Cut a Cake

What is wrong with cutting a cake? We always do it in a wrong way. What is better way? Alex Bellos gives the answer.

WSJ: Mathematician is The Best Job

Starting from 2009, The Wall Street Journal repeats “Another day, another reason to get better at math.” Mathematicians top the list of the Best Job:

The 10 Best Jobs of 2014Financial charts with lighthouse on the background

There are not many positions that are called “mathematician”. When you are good in math you work as a Problem Solver and have different titles: engineer, project manager, CIO, CTO, CEO, software engineer, business developer, etc.

Choose the Best Job = be good in Math!

Mathematical Intelligence



Mathematical reasoning is an essential part of literacy.

Literacy is “an individual’s ability to read, write and speak in English, and compute and solve problems at levels of proficiency necessary to function on the job and in society to achieve one’s goals, and develop one’s knowledge and potential.”  – American National Literacy Act of 1991


Mary Matthews of Blitz Games Studio, UK says ” Exploration, experimentation, team building, problem-solving and independent, personalized, differentiated experiences [will tap into] the full potential games can offer for learning.”


Mathematical Problems of Love

Are there math problems of Love. Certainly, there are many of them. The theme is very important for teenagers.Professional dancers

  • What are chances of being chosen?
  • How long do gentlemen wait ladies?
  • How many roses are needed?
  • How much do I spend for a present?
  • How Gerry must to play so that Jane always wins?
  • How to share the family income?
  • How to manage family projects?

There are many examples of such simple questions and answers at the page


Gerry Geek’s love story in for of math problems is passionately described in his book at Amazon.

Hannah Fry’s TED Talk on the subject: