The surface area of a sphere is the number of square units that will exactly cover its surface. The formula for the surface area of a sphere is given by: A = 4r²π where A represents the area and r represents the radius. If you already know the surface area ...

Read More »## Navigating the High School Math Maze

Math is confusing enough without having to deal with lots extra choices. But if you’re a highschooler, there are choices galore. IB, AP Calc, regular Calc, Precalc, Algebra II with Trig, Algebra with Honors, Math Analysis… it all starts to sound like some strange underworld maze that probably has a ...

Read More »## Common Core Math Standards: 3 Key Shifts

The Common Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led effort to create a consistent set of academic standards that states can adopt and implement across the nation. The standards have been developed for Kindergarten through 12th grade students in both English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics. While many parents, students, ...

Read More »## Unit Circle Chart & Blank Practice Chart (PDF)

Unit Circle Chart & Blank Practice Chart If you’re looking for more information on what the unit circle is and how to memorize/use it, check out our original unit circle post. Here are the PDF’s for the Unit Circle chart as well as a blank chart for practice. You can ...

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