Este blog trata de ser un punto de encuentro con mis alumn@s del IES Arcipreste de Hita.
Pretendo darle un contenido lúdico, porque las Matemáticas pueden serlo. Además, lo utilizaré como herramienta didáctica. Todo ello con vuestra ayuda.
"La mayor parte de las ideas fundamentales de la ciencia son esencialmente simples, y deben, como regla, ser expresadas en un lenguaje que cualquiera pueda comprender". A. Einstein
I saw a video that stands that winning always at "Rock, paper, scissors" game is possible. I remind you the rules:
It looks that it is random, but there is a game theory behind that explains that when one player wins, he or she tends to repeat the same option, but if he or she loses, then changing is more repeated. Have a look at the video and tell me your conclusions in the comments:
here you have the review for Algebraic fractions. You can also see in Math is fun. If you want to download the algebraic fractions worksheet we were working this week, click on here. The answers are at the end.
We are going to study this unit in a different way. As you are working on the city in English, I prepared several projects so that you can apply decimal numbers to real life in city. Have a look at this link. I will give you more information in class.