## Derivatives & Differentiation – Introduction

“Government regulations generally limit the number of fish taken from a given fishing ground by commercial fishing boats in season.” (Haeussler, Paul, & Wood, 2008) This assumes market failure and that governments can predict fish depletion more accurately than fisheries can, in order to ensure there are adequate levels of fish to be sustainable in … Continue reading Derivatives & Differentiation – Introduction

## Functions, Graphs, & Equations – Examples

Straight Line and Linear Equations The two lines represent the equations 4x-6y=-4 and 2x+2y=6. Because the graphs of 4x-6y=12 and 2x+2y=6 are straight lines, its linear. y=3x+25           y=  f(x) = mx+c   f(x) represents a functional relationship to units sold, not specifying fn explicitly. mx+c  represents a generalized version, m is the coefficient, though m and … Continue reading Functions, Graphs, & Equations – Examples

## Functions, Graphs, & Equations – Introduction

A function is a relation from inputs to possible outputs where each input is related to exactly one output, basically it is a rule that transforms numbers to other numbers. Functions show the relationships between different quantities. A real world example of a function would be taking a particular item say bread and relate it to other objects such … Continue reading Functions, Graphs, & Equations – Introduction

## TedEdChat – A Math Class Makeover – Dan Meyer

Dan Myer discusses the need for a math class makeover, hosted by Catherine Casazza (@mscasazzaIA). He shows math classroom practical exercises which prompt students learning to think about maths in a practical and applied sense. Education in schools is un-directed towards the individual student learning needs and skill levels. Where the math curriculum is not … Continue reading TedEdChat – A Math Class Makeover – Dan Meyer

## myEd – HSC Economics – Balance of Payments & The Simple Multiplier

This video series is for HSC economic students as a study aid to help prepare them for the HSC exams. Though can work as a resource for any student learning economics, covering the balance of payments and the simple multiplier. In HSC economics see their two videos explaining the Balance Of Payments Structure, Source: (myEdOnline, … Continue reading myEd – HSC Economics – Balance of Payments & The Simple Multiplier

## Standard Deviation – Explained & Visualized

A simple video using clear PowToon graphics, explains standard deviation with a complete overview with lucid explanations, Source: (Jones, 2015). Using the concept of standard deviation the video answers questions relevant from business to science practices. Resources Jeremy Jones YouTube Channel <https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ4YcmkQinuKvkvopP6pP0Q&gt;. Featured image supplied from Unsplash. Continue reading Standard Deviation – Explained & Visualized

## Math BFF – Derivatives & Differentiation

MIT grad shows how to find derivatives using the rules (Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, etc.). A derivative is a function that at each point of another function gives the current rate of change, which shows the slope (of the line tangent to the curve) at every point. Most often found using the limit … Continue reading Math BFF – Derivatives & Differentiation