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 <;. Featured image supplied from Unsplash. Continue reading Standard Deviation – Explained & Visualized