## Puzzle of the Day

A puzzle a day and “fun” is what the kids will say!

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Read moreCongruent figures have different areas. How? This challenge activity is great for any high school math class and explains that the answer is quite simple! This math activity is great as extra credit for any math level of Pre-Algebra and up! Challenge students with this visual brainbuster! The answer is quite amazing and relatively simple but very difficult see!

Read moreEasily explain and visually illustrate symbolic logic. Turn English sentences into symbolic statements! These worksheets will make learning about logic fun and easy! Many examples and real-life situations help students understand the differences between the “Converse”, “Inverse”, and “Contrapositive”. These worksheets are packed with examples, explanations, and practice problems!

Read moreEasily explain and visually illustrate symbolic logic. Turn English sentences into mathematical sentences and symbolic statements! This mini-unit will make learning about logic fun and easy! Animations in the PowerPoint give a systematic and easy approach to learn how to fill in truth tables. Many examples and real-life situations help students to understand the differences between the “Converse”, “Inverse”, and “Contrapositive”. This really is a fun mini-unit that should take between 2-4 days. It’s packed with examples, explanations, and practice problems on the worksheets!

Read moreReprogramming your brain to think in a foreign currency can be difficult enough, but there are some countries that make this even more confusing! Moreover, I found that some countries use the confusion and difficulty of currency conversions to their advantage to make the most money possible out of tourists! . . VIETNAM: . When I was in Vietnam, US$1

Read moreEver wander into a country and realize that you have no idea what the conversion rate is? Usually before I travel, I research what the conversion rate is from my US dollar to what the currency is in the country I plan on visiting. But sometimes, life takes you on a journey that you did not anticipate and then you’re

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