This issue of AtRiA welcomes you to the Math Village. Where house numbers,
rangoli patterns, piles of fruit and even a child’s amusement device speaks to
the instictive mathematician in each of us.
Read about these in Triangular Numbers in Features and the House Number
Problem in ClassRoom. Appropriately, many of these problems were prompted
by Ramanujan in his village. The Review is of a book which was used to teach a
pre-course at the School of Arts and Sciences, Azim Premji University and it syncs
perfectly with the theme of finding mathematics in the most unexpected places.
Hone up on how to create a Conjecturing ClassRoom or generate Elementary Cellular Automata!
Misconceptions in Fractions and an analysis of common errors in Algebra give an insight into
students’ struggles with mathematics and the PullOut, too, focuses on Algebra and how to make a
seamless move from Arithmetic to Algebra.
AtRiA now has a GeoGebra Tube account called AtRiATechSpace! We have launched it with
two dynamic worksheets based on the Middle School extension problems.
https://www.geogebra.org/m/hzMBVtnv is the link to one of them.
If anyone has not received the hard copies which used to come to them, please confirm your postal
address to [email protected] And we will look for you on AtRiUM our FaceBook page too!