You Are A Math Genius!

Everybody was born a genius! You too!Young and Successful

Unleash the genius that sleeps within.

How? Make your brain work!

One of the possibilities is a small everyday dose of brain work.

Look at the puzzle below.

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At the beginning, it can drive you crazy.

Don’t give up!

Take an easier challenge and GROW!

Aplusclick provides you with an enormous opportunity for everyday training!

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You start with unpractical number puzzles and finish by solving practical optimization problems such as finding the shortest underground route …

… or packing the maximum possible number of boxes in a room.

Remember: You are a genius! Don’t miss an opportunity to grow!

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Why choose Math at A+Click?

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Practice is the best way to develop math skills, special thinking, and logical reasoning.

More than 271 million pages are returned for the keyword search “puzzle” on Google. Furthermore, tons of pages, books, and games include puzzles, questions, and problems. Which one do you choose?

Many students choose A+Click. Why? What distinguishes A+Click from other web pages? Below is the answer:

1) It has interesting, diverse questions

2) Everything is simple and visible

3) It has international competitions, statistics, and certificates

4) Everybody can have a go, even adults

5) It works on all computers, tablets, iPads, iPods, and smartphones

6) It offers endless problems (3600+ questions)

7) No charge

8) No advertising

9 ) No sign in

Certainly, we can easily find sites or books with some of these features. A+Click distinguishes itself from others by collecting all of them together. It unites the expertise of dozens of experts such as math teachers, puzzlers, logicians, and curious people in one of the simplest forms available.

“I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught.” – W.Churchill.   A+Click does not teach, it gives an opportunity to learn.

Learning is doing, not watching. Learning is active, not passive.

The A+Click team hopes you will find the collection interesting and useful. Try it at https://www.aplusclick.org

THE MOST IMPORTANT MATH SIGN

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A discussion on LinkedIn group «Math, Math Education, Math Culture» includes a simple question:

« What is the most important math sign (symbol) ? »

The question is vague, so everybody can differently interpret it.

There were more than 30 comments.

The proposals include:

0   1 +  =  ! …  <  * pi f(x) “all of them”

The several people mentioned “equals” sign (=).

Robert Recorde (1512–1558), a Welsh physician and mathematician introduced the modern “equals” sign (=) in 1557.

We can simplify something (2 + 3 = 5) or complicate the things (5 = 4 + 1) by using the sign. 

It is also my favorite.

Is probability useful in real life?

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The question is simple. The best way to answer to the question is to give examples. Here they are:

How many cowboys are expected being alive after a gun fired in a saloon?

How many people in a block building have the same birthday as yours?

How much time do I expect to spend guessing a 5 digit password?

Does a prince have a chance to be chosen by a princess?

How much money does a casino earn everyday?

What is chance that a rocket launch will be successful?

Does a nuclear reactor explode if 4 of 100 its nuts fail?

We don’t use probability on daily basis. Sometimes, simple probabilistic calculations help us to make wise decision and avoid risk. My answer to the title’s question is YES. And yours?