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Pascal’s Tetrahedron

We are trying to create a triangular pyramid of numbers. Specifically, this should be a triangular based pyramid, not a square based pyramid like those in Egypt (there’s nothing to stop you exploring a square…

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Chain of Responsibility JavaScript Design Pattern

Today, we’ll be talking about the Chain of Responsibility Pattern. This pattern decouples the sender and receiver of requests. This is done with a chain of objects that can each handle the request itself or…

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Controlling Weather Trends

As we watch the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane season come to a close Mother Nature has taught us another lesson. Take nothing for granted and we are now listening loud and clear. Indeed, such extreme weather…

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How to Figure the Number of Rings Needed to Make a Byzantine Necklace

Byzantine is the most popular, most recognized weave in chainmaille jewelry. There are numerous places on the internet to find patterns, but most people have a hard time figuring out which size to use and…

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The World Doesn’t Need Another Math Textbook

I know this statement is shocking. Some of you may feel that I have announced the end of the civilization as we know it. How in the world will people learn math without the latest…

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Pre-Reading Skills

Many of your child’s early reading skills are obtained naturally during childhood as you read and talk to them. By doing this you have instilled essential skills that will help them develop pre-reading skills. When…

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Horse Racing: The Basic Elements Of Advanced Statistical Handicapping

The basic elements of advanced statistical handicapping are simple and straight forward. All that’s needed is the most basic of statistical and most basic of math understanding. Because of racing being a statistical game there…

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Understanding Why Children Stutter When Speaking

In the movie, The King’s Speech, the son of King George (mother of Queen Elizabeth) is unable to speak without a significant stutter. It results in his inability to function with the respect and admiration…

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Why Scrabble Is a Great Game For Kids

The game of Scrabble is a family favourite that can be played by young or old. This article will explore why Scrabble is such a great game for kids and the type of skills you…

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Book Review: Chaos by James Gleick

This book, first published in 1988 but still in print ten years later, is probably regarded as out-of-date by those with special knowledge of the subject. However, in relating the exciting developments that took place…

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