“No one will cancel the first bell in schools”

When will kindergartens be opened? How graduates will take this year USE? Do schools really switch to distance learning from September 1? During the restrictive measures due to the coronavirus, parents of preschool children and schoolchildren have accumulated many questions. Radio listeners of Radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” in Perm“(96.6 FM) were able to ask them during […]

“No one will cancel the first bell in schools”

When will kindergartens be opened? How graduates will take this year USE? Do schools really switch to distance learning from September 1? During the restrictive measures due to the coronavirus, parents of preschool children and schoolchildren have accumulated many questions. Radio listeners of Radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” in Perm“(96.6 FM) were able to ask them during […]

10-year-old boy set world record for answering math problems

KOMPAS.com – A 10-year-old elementary school student in England carved his name on a note Guinness World Record, after successfully solving a series of multiplication and division questions in one minute. The student named Nadub Gill was listed as a student at Longmoor Primary School in Long Eaton, England. Also read: Manado Becomes the Witness […]

Industrial revolution: the roots of exceptional growth

How to explain the spectacular growth of the European economy from the end of the XVIIIe century? Why in Europe, and not elsewhere? These are the questions, essential but worn out after being asked, that the American historian Joel Mokyr tackles. His main idea is that “The explosion of technical progress in the West has […]

Bell on bell (math) | Science

Going through the history of mathematics leads to unexpected places, in this case to the steeples of 17th century England. At that time, groups of English bell ringers met regularly to practice the art of ringing bells. They set out to ring the bells of a bell tower in all possible orders without repetition. Such […]

Neanderthal, the first rope weaver 40,000 years ago

Neanderthal, the first rope weaver 40,000 years ago Paleo. Our old missing cousin, the Neanderthal Man has not finished surprising us. From discoveries to archaeological discoveries, here we learn that he made ornaments, manufactured sophisticated tools or more recently, that he exploited marine resources in the coastal areas that he encountered. Better: the Neanderthals, it […]

Controversial evidence of the ABC conjecture is published

Did the Japanese mathematician Shin’ichi Mochizuki actually prove the ABC conjecture here during a lecture at the University of Tokushima? Image: www-math.ias.tokushima-u.ac.j A well-respected math journal wants to publish evidence of the famous ABC conjecture, although several experts couldn’t understand it. Mathematics has a reputation for maximum objectivity. Even in the modeling of current pandemic […]

This is how homeschooling works during Corona

Classes at home are currently not the exception, but the rule. Picture: EPA Eleven million students are suddenly taught at home. It works amazingly well, even at a focus school. But how long? C.harity has completed her homework for today. “In the beginning, I found getting up early stupid,” she says and sighs. After all, […]

March 5 Scoreboard High School Sport

North Iowa area by IWCC 2 and 4 p. Moberly area at IWCC, 7 p.m. NJCAA National Championship, 9 a.m. Iowa Lakes at IWCC, 2, and 4 p. Northeast at IWCC, 12 and 2 p.m. NJCAA National Championship, 10 a.m. Iowa Lakes at IWCC, 12 and 2:30 p.m. State Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena, […]