Math Resource – Sustainability Math
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A Quantitative Literacy and Mathematics Resource for InstructorsThu, 04 Apr 2019 14:47:45 +0000en-US
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3232What’s new at sustainabilitymath?
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Thu, 04 Apr 2019 20:45:35 +0000http://sustainabilitymath.org/?p=2340There are three more interactive graphs on the Interactive Graphs page for a total of five. One is Arctic Sea Ice extent by year for the months of March (high month), June, September (low month), and December, along with regression lines and residual plots (snapshot here). The other two represent the expected years to live at a given age. One of these is by race and gender, while the other is all...

]]>How many ways does NASA use pi?
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Thu, 14 Mar 2019 22:45:01 +0000http://sustainabilitymath.org/?p=2268At least 18 according to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA based on the article for pi day — Oh, the Places We Go: 18 Ways NASA Uses Pi. Number 12 on the list: Keeping rover wheels turning: Each of the 18 on the list has an associated project with a printable poster. The Celebrate Pi Day with NASA page has resources for educators, students, and pi day enthusiasts.