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Aug31

Direct and Inverse Proportionality Problems

Direct and Inverse Proportionality Problems

In today’s post, we are going to work on proportionality by looking at some examples of proportionality problems. Before we begin, you can take a look at other exercises with proportional numbers where we review the concepts of reason and proportionality constant. Direct Proportionality and Inverse Proportionality Proportional magnitudes can be directly proportional or inversely […]

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Jul23

Mental Math Strategies for Children

Mental Math Strategies for Children

Scientific evidence tells us that children with learning difficulties who do not use mental math strategies have poor results in this area, similar to those of children with learning difficulties specific to math. That is why at Smartick we wanted to make sure that all children develop mental math strategies. In this post, we are […]

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Jun24

What are Boolean Operators and Their Types

What are Boolean Operators and Their Types

Robby’s laboratory is an activity within Smartick Coding that is used to teach concepts about the use of variables, input, output, and different types of data in programming.  In the laboratory, we can find data that are numbers, shapes, or letters, but we can also find new data there, such as Boolean operators.  What are […]

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Jan15

What is an Obtuse Angle?

What is an Obtuse Angle?

In today’s post, we are going to learn about what an obtuse angle is with different examples taken from everyday life and some Smartick exercises. What is an Obtuse Angle? An angle is a space shared by two rays that are joined at the same vertex. We can find different types of angles according to […]

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Dec28

Complementary Angles: What Are They?

Complementary Angles: What Are They?

In today’s post, we are going to learn about what complementary angles are and their properties. After, we will look at some examples and complete a few exercises together. Before we begin, we would recommend reviewing the types of angles that exist. What Are Complementary Angles? Two angles are complementary if the sum of the […]

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Nov26

Perimeter: What Is It and How to Find It for Any Polygon

Perimeter: What Is It and How to Find It for Any Polygon

Today we are going to learn to calculate perimeters of geometric figures. But first, let’s start with the definition. What is a Perimeter? A perimeter is what we call the length of the outline of a geometric figure. Therefore, the perimeter is a measurement of length, so it will come in centimeters, inches, and feet, […]

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