Monty Hall Problem

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The Monty Hall Problem is a famous problem that has been around for decades and originated from an American game show. This brain teaser was first solved by Steve Selvin and later Marilyn vos Savant, but many have debated whether their answer is mathematically accurate.

Does Natural Gas Have A Future?

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We need not throw the baby with the bathwater, environmentalists need to have a deeper think on natural gas.

Tacoma Bridge Disaster

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In this article, we will examine how resonance works. Resonance is a very powerful phenomenon in nature, be it climate change to collapsing bridge.

Devices: form and function

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Devices move across genres—there are poetic devices, literary devices and rhetorical devices—but, no matter their genre or their names, their form (what they look like) remains constant and their function (what they do) will always be variable. Knowing this about devices makes language analysis all the more easier and interesting. Let me show you.

Chemistry How To: Electrochemical Cell

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In this blog, we demonstrate the most common redox reactions in chemistry, electrochemical cells. Learn how to identify electrodes and solve questions with examples!

AP English Literature: How to Tackle Poetry for Multiple Choice Questions (Part 2)

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The AP exams are coming up! Don't miss my guide on how to answer multiple choice questions for AP English Literature!

AP English Literature: How to Tackle Poetry for Multiple Choice Questions

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Poetry for AP English Literature can be daunting. However, a few simple strategies can make it manageable!

How to Approach Optimization Questions in Calculus

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A quick look at applying optimization in calculus. This process is common in both AP and IB syllabi.

The Pursuit of Fission

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A profile of the discovery of Nuclear Fission by the pioneering scientist Lise Mietner, the first woman to be appointed a Professor of Physics in Germany.

Golden Ratio: Math or Art?

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The Golden Ratio is a Mathematical concept that dates back centuries and has been widely studied by many renowned mathematicians. Over the course of time, it is no longer just applied in Math but can now be seen in virtually all fields, especially the Arts.

Setting your Sights on Success

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Many students approach Paper 1 with only one goal in mind, analysing the text’s stylistic devices. But there’s more to it. Fifty-percent of the task is analysing the text’s structural features. So, come exam day, if you're analysing for both structure and style, you're sure to increase your score.

How to Use Chi Square Test on Raw Data

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In any experiment, raw data has to be converted to something scientifically significant. One of the ways being taught in IB is chi-square, which is confusing to many students. Here is a 4-step example that turns raw data into a conclusion.

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