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**math9maniac**- Replies: 1

Dear admins and moderators,

Kindly send me a link to access MIF statistics resources.

Many thanks

Hi agerd.

Thanks for sharing this helpful information.

martingail wrote:

I have 7 years teaching experience in UK, Teaching . . . PhD Students. ... I have a ... master degree in Statistics.

Hi martingail,

Do you teach PhD students on private tuition or in an institution of higher learning?

Hi bob bundy,

The link you gave opened just fine. Thanks so much.

**math9maniac**- Replies: 3

Hi MIF,

I am currently behind the desktop computer but I am unable to access the mathisfun.com and mathopolis.com sites. Is there a problem with the systems?

I want to check out something on matrices.

Thanks.

ganesh wrote:

A hollow of internal

Dear ganesh, what are you referring to as 'a hollow'?

ganesh wrote:

as your are all aware, bobbym is no more.

Where did he go?

Hi,

Excellent presentation. Timely too.

Thanks a lot, bobbym.

bobbym wrote:

It is done by MIF.

Oh cool. What's the difference? What should I look out for at either of them?

Just in case you're wondering, I'm tuotring a first grader and would really appreciate some fun math resources.

bob bundy wrote:

I'm a UK teacher (retired).

Dear Bob, if you do not mind my asking, why did you retire from teaching?

simeonabiola wrote:

Hi, for those students who find mathematics as a difficult course in high schools,

I decided to develop a site http://www.passmathsng.com/, an online question-solution to mathematics for

students in high schools.

Is the above mentioned website only suited/structured for West African students? Because I saw Jamb and waec over there?