# Category Archives: Learning and Teaching Math

## Social Norms and Other Challenges

If you are drawn to a field that people say you can’t do, then keep pushing against those who seek to limit you. They don’t know what you can do. And, I bet, that you don’t know what you can do. … Continue reading

Posted in Learning and Teaching Math, Social Mathematicians
Tagged Battle of the sexes, math, School, SocialMath
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## Hunger statistics and click bait rant.

I have a bit of a issue with an article came out a while ago on Cracked.com titled, “6 Insane True Statistics That Laugh In The Face of Logic”. While the title is total click-bait, and I recognize that, it still makes me … Continue reading

Posted in Belief in Math, Learning and Teaching Math
Tagged Conditional Probability, Learning, Probability
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## Monty Hall

The famous Monty Hall Problem explained with pictures and colors! Continue reading