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BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics

BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics

Goran Stipcich en su despacho del Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM). Foto: © Izaskun Lekuona

¡Están locos estos romanos!

Goran Stipcich en su despacho del Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM). Foto: © Izaskun Lekuona

Daniel #Bernoulli. Fue un #matemático nacido en Holanda en 1700, que 38 años después formuló la ley o principio que lleva su nombre, que básicamente dice que en un #fluido que circula por un conducto cerrado, léase tubería, la energía que posee el fluido permanece constante a lo largo de su recorrido.

¡Están locos estos romanos!

Daniel Bernoulli (Groningen, 29 January 1700 – Basel, 17 March was a Swiss…

Free lesson plan for Greek Mythology Research project. Students "become" a god or goddess and take off on an adventure of annotation and research. The project culminates with a Greek Festival.

Free- This Greek Mythology research project is a an engaging culmination to a unit on the myths. My ninth grade students are excited about presenting and I get to introduce the research process.

The great philosopher of 3rd century BC, Chrysippus was perhaps crazy to ask his slave to treat his donkey with neat wine!

In the ninth century B., the Greek stoic philosopher Chrysippus died of laughter, after giving his donkey wine then seeing it attempt to feed on figs.

Telling Time Challenge with Roman Numerals (24 task cards)  This colorful set of 24 task cards with telling time practice with Roman Numerals! This will be a fun challenge for students and a a wonderful addition to your lessons! I've included a recording sheet and answer key, too!

Telling Time Task Cards (with Roman Numeral Clocks)

for July 22 ONLY! Telling Time Challenge with Roman Numerals task cards)This colorful set of 24 task cards with telling time practice with Roman Numerals! This will be a fun challenge for students and a a wonderful addition to your lessons!

Fibonacci Introduces Arabic Numerals to the European Public and Describes the Fibonacci Sequence (1202)

Des lapins et Frédéric II : quel lien ? Leonardo Fibonacci !

A page of Fibonacci's Liber Abaci from the Biblioteca Nazionale di Firenze showing (in box on right) the Fibonacci sequence with the position in the sequence labeled in Roman numerals and the value in Hindu-Arabic numerals.

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