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So when we solve inequalities with binomials, we must create two scenarios: one where the value inside of the parentheses is positive and one where it is negative. For the negative scenario, we must flip the sign as we normally do for inequalities.

Now we must create our two scenarios:

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As high school students, Calcea Johnson and Ne’Kiya Jackson worked to find valid new proof for the 2,000-year-old theorem

Two college freshmen who, during their final year of high school, found a new way to prove Pythagoras’s theorem by using trigonometry – which mathematicians for generations thought was impossible – have since uncovered multiple more such proofs, they revealed in a national interview on Sunday.

“We found five, and then we found a general format that could potentially produce at least five additional proofs,” Calcea Johnson said on CBS’s 60 Minutes, a little more than a year after she and Ne’Kiya Jackson collaborated on an accomplishment that earned them international recognition.

Nonetheless, in comments that stunned their interviewer, Bill Whitaker, the two graduates of St Mary’s Academy in New Orleans denied seeing themselves as math geniuses and dismissed any interest in pursuing careers in mathematics.

“People might expect too much out of me if I become a mathematician,” Jackson said, shaking her head. Johnson, for her part, added: “I may take up a minor in math, but I don’t want that to be my job job.”

Sunday’s conversation on CBS’s popular Sunday evening news magazine were perhaps their most extensive, widely broadcast remarks to date on the new ground that they broke with respect to the Pythagorean theorem.

The 2,000-year-old theorem established that the sum of the squares of a right triangle’s two shorter sides equals the square of the hypotenuse – the third, longest side opposite the shape’s right angle. Countless schoolchildren taking geometry have memorized the notation summarizing the theorem: a 2 + b 2 = c 2 .

For 2,000 years, mathematicians maintained that any alleged proof of the Pythagorean theorem that was based in trigonometry would constitute a logical fallacy known as circular reason – in essence, trying to validate an idea with the idea itself.

But the bonus question on a math contest that Johnson and Jackson took home to complete during the Christmas break of their final year at St Mary’s served as the impetus for them to plot out a new way to demonstrate that one could indeed use trigonometry to prove Pythagoras’s theorem.

Their work was so compelling that the pair went to a regional meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Atlanta in March 2023 to outline their findings. At the organization’s recommendation, Jackson and Johnson have submitted their discoveries for final peer review and publication – as well as working on additional proofs while that process is pending, as 60 Minutes noted.

The 60 Minutes interview gave Johnson and Jackson occasion to reflect on the intense reaction caused by initial media reports on their innovative work at St Mary’s, a Catholic high school that has been dedicated to educating Black girls since its founding shortly after the US civil war.

Some of it was negative. Some in the math community smarted at claims in a press release issued by St Mary’s that asserted Jackson and Johnson’s research was “unprecedented”. And they flocked to social media demanding that a 2009 trigonometry-based proof for Pythagoras’s theorem get its due.

Yet a lot of the reaction to Johnson and Jackson was positive, especially as mathematicians who picked apart their work confirmed that – by all indications – they had arrived at a valid new proof, a celebration-worthy accomplishment.

Michelle Obama wrote a post on social media that linked to a story about Johnson and Jackson, adding the text: “I just love this story. … Way to go, Ne’Kiya and Calcea! I’m rooting for you and can’t wait to see what you all do next.”

They also received a commendation from Louisiana’s then governor as well as symbolic keys to the city of New Orleans .

Asked on 60 Minutes why they thought people were so impressed with what they had done, Jackson said she thought the public was surprised young Black women could author such a feat.

“I’d like to be celebrated for what it is,” Jackson said. “Like – it’s a great mathematical achievement.”

Jackson is now attending New Orleans’ Xavier University and enrolled in its pharmacy department. Meanwhile, Johnson – who graduated from St Mary’s as its valedictorian – is now an environmental engineering student at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

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M athematics is a fundamental subject that shapes the way children think and analyze the world. At the primary school level, laying a strong foundation is crucial. While hands-on activities, digital tools, and interactive discussions play significant roles in learning, worksheets remain an essential tool for reinforcing concepts, practicing skills, and assessing understanding. Here’s a look at some helpful worksheets for primary school math lessons.

## Comparison Chart Worksheets

Comparison charts provide a visual means for primary school students to grasp relationships between numbers or concepts. They are easy to make at www.storyboardthat.com/create/comparison-chart-template , and here is how they can be used:

- Quantity Comparison: Charts might display two sets, like apples vs. bananas, prompting students to determine which set is larger.
- Attribute Comparison: These compare attributes, such as different shapes detailing their number of sides and characteristics.
- Number Line Comparisons: These help students understand number magnitude by placing numbers on a line to visualize their relative sizes.
- Venn Diagrams: Introduced in later primary grades, these diagrams help students compare and contrast two sets of items or concepts.
- Weather Charts: By comparing weather on different days, students can learn about temperature fluctuations and patterns.

## Number Recognition and Counting Worksheets

For young learners, recognizing numbers and counting is the first step into the world of mathematics. Worksheets can offer:

- Number Tracing: Allows students to familiarize themselves with how each number is formed.
- Count and Circle: Images are presented, and students have to count and circle the correct number.
- Missing Numbers: Sequences with missing numbers that students must fill in to practice counting forward and backward.

## Basic Arithmetic Worksheets

Once students are familiar with numbers, they can start simple arithmetic.

- Addition and Subtraction within 10 or 20: Using visual aids like number lines, counters, or pictures can be beneficial.
- Word Problems: Simple real-life scenarios can help students relate math to their daily lives.
- Skip Counting: Worksheets focused on counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s.

## Geometry and Shape Worksheets

Geometry offers a wonderful opportunity to relate math to the tangible world.

- Shape Identification: Recognizing and naming basic shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, etc.
- Comparing Shapes: Worksheets that help students identify differences and similarities between shapes.
- Pattern Recognition: Repeating shapes in patterns and asking students to determine the next shape in the sequence.

## Measurement Worksheets

Measurement is another area where real-life application and math converge.

- Length and Height: Comparing two or more objects and determining which is longer or shorter.
- Weight: Lighter vs. heavier worksheets using balancing scales as visuals.
- Time: Reading clocks, days of the week, and understanding the calendar.

## Data Handling Worksheets

Even at a primary level, students can start to understand basic data representation.

- Tally Marks: Using tally marks to represent data and counting them.
- Simple Bar Graphs: Interpreting and drawing bar graphs based on given data.
- Pictographs: Using pictures to represent data, which can be both fun and informative.

## Place Value Worksheets

Understanding the value of each digit in a number is fundamental in primary math.

- Identifying Place Values: Recognizing units, tens, hundreds, etc., in a given number.
- Expanding Numbers: Breaking down numbers into their place value components, such as understanding 243 as 200 + 40 + 3.
- Comparing Numbers: Using greater than, less than, or equal to symbols to compare two numbers based on their place values.

## Fraction Worksheets

Simple fraction concepts can be introduced at the primary level.

- Identifying Fractions: Recognizing half, quarter, third, etc., of shapes or sets.
- Comparing Fractions: Using visual aids like pie charts or shaded drawings to compare fractions.
- Simple Fraction Addition: Adding fractions with the same denominator using visual aids.

## Money and Real-Life Application Worksheets

Understanding money is both practical and a great way to apply arithmetic.

- Identifying Coins and Notes: Recognizing different denominations.
- Simple Transactions: Calculating change, adding up costs, or determining if there’s enough money to buy certain items.
- Word Problems with Money: Real-life scenarios involving buying, selling, and saving.

## Logic and Problem-Solving Worksheets

Even young students can hone their problem-solving skills with appropriate challenges.

- Sequences and Patterns: Predicting the next item in a sequence or recognizing a pattern.
- Logical Reasoning: Simple puzzles or riddles that require students to think critically.
- Story Problems: Reading a short story and solving a math-related problem based on the context.

Worksheets allow students to practice at their own pace, offer teachers a tool for assessment, and provide parents with a glimpse into their child’s learning progression. While digital tools and interactive activities are gaining prominence in education, the significance of worksheets remains undiminished. They are versatile and accessible and, when designed creatively, can make math engaging and fun for young learners.

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