tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10220498.post3576740036898440351..comments2023-10-02T07:09:13.859-05:00Comments on Math Teacher Mambo: Logarithm ApplicationsShireen Dadmehrhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16282965851939089408noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10220498.post-18811624801111870182012-04-06T15:55:08.504-05:002012-04-06T15:55:08.504-05:00For a Triangle Inequality Problem, I found out som...For a Triangle Inequality Problem, I found out something that was fun to do for the Math Pre-service teachers who are studying to be K-12 teachers.<br /><br />Materials: uncooked spaghetti<br /><br />Take the spaghetti and break it into three strips. Try to make a triangle where the combined length of two spaghetti segments is less than the third segment. Let students tell you if they are having any success. Then take two segments, whose total length is greater than or equal to the length of the third segment. Can they make a triangle? They should be able to. See if you like it.Martisa Vignalinoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10220498.post-81957315001520043412012-03-03T14:18:27.149-06:002012-03-03T14:18:27.149-06:00Glad you liked it. I just made the key, and with a...Glad you liked it. I just made the key, and with a few minor changes, I'll reuse it again next year. ... the "wound" problem ended up having an original wound area of 41" x 41". Body Wound!Shireen Dadmehrhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16282965851939089408noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10220498.post-57498254948535437022012-03-02T04:29:30.981-06:002012-03-02T04:29:30.981-06:00That's a very interesting way to introduce pra...That's a very interesting way to introduce practical uses of the log operations. I learnt something new today. Thanks. Peace.whitecorphttp://www.whitegroupmaths.comnoreply@blogger.com