Animation-English Version-What is the Animation Mathematics Movies?What is the Mathematics Animation?In the early 1980s, young math education scholars in Europe predicted that the future math education would proceed inthe following direction:“The world will change ten years from now. Thus, children will change and the methods to study math will changeaccordingly. In this regard, math study materials that can change the fundamental paradigm of math education should benewly-produced.” Sample Math AnimationIn creating new math study materials as predicted by those math education scholars, the MSE Research found itsdirection from the novel “Roots” written by Alex Haley (1922~1992).The roots of Alex Haley, who received the Pulitzer Special Award in 1977, were traced back to his seventh generation grandfather. The bookrealistically described their oppressed lives after they arrived in the USA as slaves from the western African country Gambia. “Roots” wasalso produced as TV mini-series in the USA, and it recorded the highest TV ratings at that time.When looking at it with the present point of view, it shows realistically the kind of rough path or life that their ancestors went through. This issimilar to finding out how the math theories we are learning were created through a certain series of processes.As shown in Haley’s “Roots,” new math study materials should be able to vividly show children how great mathematicians depicted in historycame up with their ideas when they created their theories. They should also describe the kinds of courses those theories went through to befinally created. The MSE Research believes that new math books should be produced this way.
Even if those mathematicians wanted to show children how mathematical theories were created by holding their hands, those mathematiciansare not alive today. This is the very reason why the MSE Research is pushing forward with the Math Animation Project. The MSE Researchwill construct a series of courses to create math theories integrated with a beautiful story or fable. The Math Animation Movie will be basedon this construction.The Math Animation Movie will show children around the world the new looks of vivid math. To increase mathematical creativity, childrenmust read and see math. Even if a shape is not shown, names should be constantly made for math and children should be able to touch them.The MSE Research will produce 420 sets of Math Animation Movies. The Math Animation Movies will handle math curricula in nations allaround the world. If math books are produced as math animation, the market for them is almost limitless.Math is the world’s common language. If math books are produced as math animation movies, a new milestone for math education will beachieved. Another milestone can be accomplished if math animations will be produced by renowned companies which produce animationmovies.The MSE Research has been preparing for this and has completed several scenarios for the past 20 years.The MSE Research will move towards the right direction for math education and will ceaselessly do its best to improve the creativity ofchildren by improving their math abilities.
Animation-English Version-Grade 2List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Birth of Numbers N-C1-1 Study of the Origin and Birth of Numbers N N-C1-2 A Look at 4 Ancient Civilization Cradles in Pursuit of Numbers N N-C1-3 The Common Language of Arabic Numerals N N-C1-4 The Missing Coconut-One to One Correspondence N N-C1-5 Zulu Tribe Combat-Ancient Mathematics N N-C1-6 A Shepherd and a Wolf N 2. Size of Numbers N-C1-7 The Duck Family Picnic-Size Comparison Using a Vertical Line N 3. Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers N-C1-8 The Decimal System with 10 Fingers N N-C1-9 Did Mesopotamians Have 60 Fingers? N N-C1-10 Computers Which Understand Only 0 and 1 N N-C1-11 Two Faces of a Number-the Difference of Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal N Numbers N-C1-12 The Adventure of an Alien with 6 Fingers N 4. The Meaning of the Number 0 N-C1-13 The World without the Number 0 N N-C1-14 The Arabs who Created the Zero N 5. Multiple N-C1-15 Friends of a Boongboong Car-Defining a Multiple Using Auto Wheels N 6. Odd Numbers and Even Numbers N-C1-16 Chino’s Birthday Party-Understanding Odd Numbers and Even Numbers N 7. Simple Fractions N-C1-17 The Horus’s Eye N N-C1-18 How Can We Divide a Pan of Piazza? N 8. The Linkage of Mathematical Terms and Symbols N-C1-19 The Invention of Diophantos and Widman N 9. Addition of One Digit Numbers N-C1-20 A Calculator in the Ali Tribe-Counting with Fingers N 10. The Value and Total Amount of Coins N-C1-21 A Peddler in India-Ancient Ivory Coins N 11. The Understanding of an Hour and 30 Minutes of a N-C1-22 The Gnomon Story Clock N 12. Before and After Relation between Each Hour N-C1-23 Lost in a Theater G 1. Circle G-C1-1 How Many Circles? G G-C1-2 Why Are Wheels Created Round? G 2. Triangle G-C1-3 The Reason Why a Triangle Structure is Stable G 3. The Understanding of Figures like a Polygon, Box, Can G-C1-4 The Various Figures in Our House G and Coin G-C1-5 Can You Trust Your Naked Eye?-Optical Illusion G 4. The Development Figure of Solids G-C1-6 Fun Work Time G 5. Similarity G-C1-7 Can We Measure the Height of a Pyramid Using Only a Stick? G 6. Understanding Directions and Height G-C1-8 The Soldier’s Cavalry
G 7. Building Figures with Blocks and Papers G-C1-9 Finding Total Number from the Number of the Base
Animation-English Version-Grade 3List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Numbers up to 1000 N-C2-1 A Warehouse Keeper and A Burglar-Counting Numbers with Bundles N 2. Comparison of Size Using Inequality N-C2-2 Confrontation with the Card Devil N 3. The Meaning of a Fraction N-C2-3 The Miracle in the Nile River-Understanding Fractions N N-C2-4 How Can We Divide Game Animals? N 4. Understanding of 8/8 N-C2-5 Fun Puzzle N 5. Addition and Subtraction of Two Digit Numbers N-C2-6 99 Dalmatians-a Principle of Addition and Subtraction N 6. Calculation of Total Amount of 5 Dollars N-C2-7 Nana at the Supermarket N 7. Expressing Cents as a Decimal Point Based on Dollars N-C2-8 Lulu Went to a Bank Alone N 8. Reading Time Quarter and 5 Minute Interval N-C2-9 A Fun Train Trip N 9. AM, PM, Day N-C2-10 A Wizard of Time N 10. Expression of Related Hours Such as Weeks, Months N-C2-11 The Secrets of Time Learned from the Star Sirius and Years A 1. Understanding Relationships and Patterns Connecting A-C2-1 Deciphering Cryptograph Numbers in Images and Colors A 2. Applications for Everyday Life A-C2-2 Jisue’s Savings Box A 3. Understanding Number Patterns Arranging Numbers to A-C2-3 The Mystery of a Roll of Paper 100 A 4. Understanding Relationships of Numbers Expressed with A-C2-4 Math Quiz Contest Sentence G 1. Polygons such as Triangles and Rectangles G-C2-1 Geometry is a Gift from the Nile River G 2. Solids such as the Hexahedron, Prism, Cylinder, Cone, G-C2-2 The World of Three-dimensional Figures Pyramid, etc G 3. Parallelism and Perpendicularity G-C2-3 The First Sun Clock, Gnomon G G-C2-4 Right Angle with a Straw Rope G G-C2-5 Drawing a Right Angle-Compasses or Perpendicular Ruler? G 4. Classifying Figures and Finding Similarities G-C2-6 Find an Exit G 5. Expressing Locations G-C2-7 Where Is the Treasure? G G-C2-8 Mathematical Theory That a Fly Created G G-C2-9 I Am Just a Point in an Apartment G 6. Expressing Vertical Lines G-C2-10 Building a Telegraph Pole G 7. Plane Symmetry and Reflections G-C2-11 How Many People am I of Mirror Inside? G 8. Understanding Other Planes Dividing a Plane Figure in G-C2-12 Tangram Game Various Pieces
M 1. Measuring and Comparing Lengths M-C2-1 Long and Short Thing Knows by Measuring Its LengthM 2. Understanding Units of Length M-C2-2 Understanding Length by Using the Standardized Metric SystemM 3. Measuring and Comparing Weights M-C2-3 The Affair at the Playground-Measuring Weights Using a SeesawM 4. Understanding Units of weights and Measuring Weights M-C2-4 A Balance of EgyptM M-C2-5 Standardized Unit of WeightsM 5. The Units and Expressions of Volume M-C2-6 The Crown of ArchimedesM M-C2-7 Fill a Water JarM 6. Expressions Representing Seasons M-C2-8 The Earth Moves Round the SunM 7. Degree Fahrenheit and Degree Celsius M-C2-9 The First Mercury Thermometer of Fahrenheit and Degree FahrenheitM M-C2-10 Celsius and CentigradeD 1, Data Collection and Understanding Tables D-C2-1 A Census in EgyptD 2. Making Predictions from a Table D-C2-2 Momo’s Report CardD 3. Introduction to Basic Probability D-C2-3 Playing with Dice
Animation-English Version-Grade 4List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Numbers above 10,000 N-C3-1 The Sand Reckoner, Archimedes N 2. Place Values N-C3-2 Wisdom of the Arabia Merchants-Place Values of Decimal Systmem N 3. Comparing of Numbers N-C3-3 Youths Who Becomes a Bald Head N 4. Finding out Number by Finding Rule N-C3-4 Finding out Number by Finding Rule N 5. Reading and Writing Big Ordinal Numbers N-C3-5 The Princes of the Pharaohs-Writing Ordinal Numbers Using a Name N 6. Odd Numbers and Even Numbers N-C3-6 Warfare of Odd Numbers and Even Numbers N N-C3-7 Erathosthenes Sieve N 7. Mating by the Unit of Dozen, Half-dozen, Pair, etc N-C3-8 The Journey for Seeking a Pair N 8. Roman Numerals Up to 20 N-C3-9 Roman Numerals the Shepherd Boys Discovered N 9. The Temperature below Zero and the Negative Number below 0 On N-C3-10 A Fairy of Ice World-The Temperature below Zero and Negative Number N the Number Line N-C3-11 The Numbers Hidden in the Shade - Negative Number N 10. Inverse Operation of Addition and Subtraction N-C3-12 A Magician of Number Calculation N N-C3-13 Manipulating an Algorithm with Tree Diagram N N-C3-14 Riddles of India N 11.The Multiplication Table N-C3-15 Notation of China Which Invented Multiplication Principles N N-C3-16 Multiplication Using the Pythagorean Table N 12. Multiplication and Division N-C3-17 Examine the Principle of Multiplication and Division N N-C3-18 What is the Origin of the Signs of Multiplication and Division? N N-C3-19 The Imhotep’s Wisdom N 13. Multiplication and Division of 2-, 3- Digit Numbers N-C3-20 Multiplication and Division of 3-Digit Numbers N 14. Comparing the Sizes of Fractions by Using Reduction and N-C3-21 We Can Compare the Sizes of Fractions Common Denominator N N-C3-22 Fraction Becomes Decimal When It Changes the Shape N 15. Understanding the Decimal Place Values(Decimal Two Places) N-C3-23 Who Made the Decimal Point? N 16. Counting Coins and Bills Up to 20 Dollars N-C3-24 Coco’s Visiting an Amusement Park N 17. Carrying Out the Four Arithmetical Operations with a Calculator N-C3-25 A Calculator is Jack of All Trades and Finding the Total Sum G 1. Line and Segment G-C3-1 The Line with End and the Line without End G 2. Parallel and Perpendicularity G-C3-2 Draw a Right Angle without a Square G 3. The Properties of Pentagon, Hexagon, Octagon G-C3-3 Who is the Best Friend of Circle?
G 4. The Number of Sides and Angles G-C3-4 Like Attracts LikeG 5. The Basic Solids and Guessing the Development Figures of them G-C3-5 The Gate of a SpacecraftM 1. The Units of the Line’s Length and Measurement M-C3-1 Whose House is the Farthest from the School?M 2. Comparison of Weight and Relation among Units of Weight M-C3-2 Mina Goes to the World of BalanceM 3. Measurement of Volume and Relation among Units of Volume M-C3-3 The Dr. Hoho’s LaboratoryM 4. The Descriptive Problems Related to the Time M-C3-4 What is the Standard to Divide the Time?M M-C3-5 The Trip around the WorldM M-C3-6 Keep the Time to Meet by AppointmentM 5. Measurement of Degree Celsius and Degree Fahrenheit with M-C3-7 Let’s Measure the Temperature with a Thermometer ThermometerD 1. Reading and Interpreting Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pie Graph D-C3-1 A Contagious Disease in England to Make the StatisticsD 2. Understanding the Possible Outcomes through Coin and Dice D-C3-2 Find out All the Possible Outcomes
Animation-English Version-Grade 5List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Comparing Numbers N-C4-1 The Boy Counting the Stars N 2. Finding out Number by Finding Rule N-C4-2 Exercises of Finding out Number by Finding Rule N 3. Multiplication of a Big Number by a Single Digit Number N-C4-3 Jesus’s Forgiveness N 4. Multiplication of 10, 100, 1,000 N-C4-4 The Travels of the Seeds of Dandelion N 5. Multiplication and Division of 2-, 3- Digit Numbers N-C4-5 The French Mathematics Contest N 6. The Descriptive Problems Related to Multiplication and Division N-C4-6 A Treasure Hunt on a Picnic N 7. Reading Decimals Having Three Decimal Places N-C4-7 Let’s Read Decimals Having Three Decimal Places N 8. Comparing the Sizes of Decimals N-C4-8 Big Decimal, Small Decimal N 9. The Four Arithmetical Operations Mixed with Fractions and N-C4-9 The 17 Camels’ Story Decimals N 10. The Four Arithmetical Operations of Money N-C4-10 The Chichi’s Story of Pockety Money N 11. Calculating the Small Change in the Descriptive Problems N-C4-11 How Much Should I Receive in Small Change? A 1. Discovering the Regularity among the Enumerated Numbers and A-C4-1 Discover the Regularity A Prediction A-C4-2 A Predictor of Numbers G 1. The Properties of Point, Line, Segment, Angle, Circle and Polygon G-C4-1 Finding the Location with a Compass G G-C4-2 Is It Possible That Achilles Passes the Turtle in a Race? G G-C4-3 Creation of Something From Nothing G G-C4-4 How was the Value of Pi Calculated? G G-C4-5 The Reason Why the Shadow of a Person is Bigger or Smaller than the G Height of Oneself G G-C4-6 The Earth’s Belt G G-C4-7 Eratosthenes Who Measured the Size of the Earth 2,000 Years Ago G-C4-8 The Whole and The Part are Equal G 2. Similarity of Figures G-C4-9 Are the Twins Congruent? G 3. Various Transformation and Observation of Solids G-C4-10 Möbius Strip and a Ant G G-C4-11 The Space is a Regular Dodecahedron G G-C4-12 Why is the Number of Regular Polyhedrons Only Five? G G-C4-13 The Shapes of a Drum Can and a Vacuum Bottle are Cylinder M 1. The Units of Length and Expressing it as Fraction M-C4-1 A Silk Trader of China
M 2. Measuring Weight and Volume M-C4-2 Let’s Measure Volume by WeightM 3. Correlations between the Metric System’s Units M-C4-3 Lilliput and BrobdingnagM 4. Telling Time through an Analog Clock M-C4-4 The Disturbance of a Clock VillageM 5. The Problems of Elapsed Time Using a Clock and a Calendar M-C4-5 Sexagesimal System Used in TimeM M-C4-6 Alibis of CriminalsD 1. Table, Line Graph, Bar Graph and Pie Graph D-C4-1 The Lisa’s Kidney BeansD 2. Analyzing Tables and Graphs and Solving Assumptions and D-C4-2 Which Class Record is More Excellent? Inferences
Animation-English Version-Grade 6List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Comparing the Size of Numbers Up to Ten Million Unit N-C5-1 Struggles with Big Numbers N 2. Addition and Subtraction of Numbers Up to Ten Million Unit N-C5-2 For the Pyramids N 3. Multiplication and Division Up to Four Digit Numbers N-C5-3 Gulliver, A Voyage of Brobdingnag N N-C5-4 Gulliver, A Voyage of Lilliput N 4. Divisor, Dividend, Divisibility N-C5-5 On What Day of the Week Was I Born? N N-C5-6 A Joyful School Lunch Time N 5. Mixed Calculation of Fraction and Decimal N-C5-7 If Languages are Different, We Can’t Understand Each Other. G 1. Drawing Circle G-C5-1 How Can We Draw a Circle? G 2. Properties of Circle G-C5-2 Aristotle’s Wheel Paradox G G-C5-3 Area of Circle Waking Up Infinity to Fall Asleep G G-C5-4 How Long Does It Take to Come Out from It? G G-C5-5 How Large is the Area of Crescent? G G-C5-6 The Reason Why the Start Lines of Out Course are Located before Than Those of In Course in 200m Sprint Race G 3. Various Triangles G-C5-7 Various Triangles G 4. Regular Polygon G-C5-8 Why is the Shape of Beehive Hexagon? G G-C5-9 Keeping an Accurate Account about the Relationship of Debt G 5. Areas of Triangle, Quadrilateral and Parallelogram G-C5-10 If Perimeters of Two Figures are Same, the Areas of Them are Same? G G-C5-11 Cultivating the Million Blossom of Flowers G 6. Volume of Hexahedron G-C5-12 Problems of Delphi G G-C5-13 The Hungry Gulliver in Lilliput G G-C5-14 The Archimedes’ Gravestone G 7. Transformation of Figure G-C5-15 Don’t Buy a Small Watermelon G G-C5-16 Könichsberg Bridge Problem M 1. Various Calculations of the Elapsed Time M-C5-1 Various Calculations of Time M 2. Problems about Units of Length, Weight, Volume andTemperature M-C5-2 I Am a Cook D 1. Understanding the Concept of Mean, Measures of Central Tendency D-C5-1 What Happens in a Restaurant D 2. Meaning of Presented Graph D-C5-2 Grand mom’s Beautiful Expense Graph D 3. Understanding and Calculation of Rate and Percent D-C5-3 How Salty is the Seawater?
Animation-English Version-Grade 7List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Calculation of Numbers Including Hundred Million Units N-C6-1 Start a Voyage of Space Exploration N 2. Square and Square Root N-C6-2 Square and Square Root are Siblings N N-C6-3 Square Root of Bhāskara II N N-C6-4 The Sum of All the Odd Numbers is a Perfect Square Number N 3. Exponent N-C6-5 How many Ancestors Do I Have?-A Power of 2 N N-C6-6 The Sign of Exponent Created by a Norwegian Bishop N 4. The Concept of Number Applied in Science and Everyday Life N-C6-7 Mom’s Diet N 5. Four Arithmetic Operations of Big Number Using a Calculator N-C6-8 The First Calculator Invented by a Roman Accountant N 6. Rate of Fraction and Decimal N-C6-9 Expressing Rate as Fraction and Decimal N 7. Percent N-C6-10 Three-cornered Relation between Fraction, Decimal and Percent N 8. Four Arithmetic Operations of Percent N-C6-11 Batting Average of a Baseball King A 1. Correlation related to Number and Picture A-C6-1 Search for the Secret of a Magic Box A A-C6-2 Kiki from the Mirror Kingdom A 2. Prediction of Function’s Relation A-C6-3 Various Notations of Function A A-C6-4 A Strange Automatic Vending Machine and Function A 3. Table and Graph of Function A-C6-5 Descartes who Invented Coordinate Plane Staring at the Ceiling A A-C6-6 We Can Understand It at One Glance If It Is Shown as a Graph A 4. Simple Linear Equation A-C6-7 The First Unknown Quantity x A A-C6-8 Problem of Brahmagupta A 5. Descriptive Problem Related to Linear Equation A-C6-9 Tombstone of Diophantos A A-C6-10 Ahmes Papyrus A A-C6-11 Building the Great Pyramid of Kuhfu G 1. Construction of the Basic 2- and 3-Dimensional Shapes G-C6-1 Consider a Pentagon as One’s Symbol G G-C6-2 The Ruler and the Compass are Already the Ancient Remains! G G-C6-3 The Great Three Difficult Problems of Construction M 1. Addition and Subtraction of the Basic Units of Length, Weight and M-C6-1 A Joyful Journey into the Country M Volume M-C6-2 Fly a Balloon! M M-C6-3 Pour Water over a Duck’s Back M 2. Telling Time by the Unit of Fraction M-C6-4 Get Lost in the Heart of Mountains M 3. Reading a Map and Measuring an Actual Length According to a M-C6-5 Sail toward a Treasure Island Scale M 4. Measurement of Triangle M-C6-6 Drawing a Triangle M 5. The Area and the Perimeter of Triangle M-C6-7 Calculating the Area and the Perimeter of a Triangle
M 6. The Area and the Circumference of Circle M-C6-8 The Perfect Figure, the CircleM M-C6-9 The Death of ArchimedesM M-C6-10 The History of πM M-C6-11 Calculating the Area and the Circumference of a CircleM 7. The Volume of Hexahedron M-C6-12 Measuring the Volume of a DiceM 8. Solving the Applied Problems Using a Calculator M-C6-13 How to Solve the Applied ProblemsD 1. The Definition of Representative Value, Mean and Median D-C6-1 Which is the Richest Village?D 2. Finding Mean D-C6-2 Finding the Average Score of Our ClassD 3. Various Types of Graph D-C6-3 Which Graph is the Better in This Case?D 4. Sorting and Analyzing Data and Finding Average D-C6-4 My Father is a Census TakerD 5. Table and Graph D-C6-5 A Friend of Table, GraphD 6. Finding the Number of Cases and Probability D-C6-6 The French Gambler, Chevalier de MereD D-C6-7 Finding the Number of Cases by Drawing a Tree Diagram
Animation-English Version-Grade 8List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Ratio and Proportion N-C7-1 Thales Who Measured the Height of Pyramid N N-C7-2 Pythagorean Scale N 2. Four Arithmetic Operations of Proportion N-C7-3 Tax Calculation of Rome N 3. Square Root Applied to Geometry N-C7-4 Find the Square Root Hidden in a Figure N 4. Calculation of Square Root N-C7-5 Extracting the Square Root A 1. Proportion and Inverse Proportion A-C7-1 The More Running, the Farther A A-C7-2 The Trip of a Ping Pong Ball A 2. Graph of Proportion and Inverse Proportion A-C7-3 The Race of an Automobile and a Train A A-C7-4 Graphing the Relation of a Candle and Time A 3. Equation of a Line A-C7-5 An Agreement of All Points on a Line A 4. Linear Equation A-C7-6 The Arabic Mathematician, Al-Khwarizmi A A-C7-7 The Aha Problems in Egypt A 5. Linear Inequality. A-C7-8 Thomas Harriot Who Invented the Sign of Inequality A A-C7-9 Go into the World of Inequality G 1. The Sizes of Alternate Angles, Corresponding Angles, Vertical G-C7-1 How Far is the Distance of You and Me between Mountains G Angles G-C7-2 How Far is That Boat from me? G 2. Symmetry, Parallel Translation G-C7-3 Circle Is a Perfect Figure G G-C7-4 The Beautiful Snowflakes G 3. Pythagorean Theorem G-C7-5 Is It Possible to Apply Pythagorean Theorem to the Other Figures G G-C7-6 Hargon of Croton G G-C7-7 Gold Is Pouring Out of the Books G G-C7-8 The Devil Hidden in the Golden Ratio G G-C7-9 The Reason Why the Name of “The Pentagon” is Pentagon G 4. Development Figure, Sectional View, Side View of Hexahedron and G-C7-10 Unfold the Regular Hexahedron Cylinder M 1. The Volume of Various Hexahedrons and Cylinders M-C7-1 Determine the Volume of Hexahedron M M-C7-2 Determine the Volume of Cylinder M 2. Change of Volume and Surface Area According to Change of M-C7-3 How Much is the Volume of the Hexahedron Changed, if its Sided are M Length Changed? M-C7-4 If the Length of Radius is Changed, the Volume of the Cylinder is Also Changed. D 1. Bar Graph and Histogram D-C7-1 Let’s Study a Bar Graph and a Histogram D 2. Drawing Pie Graph by Using Proportion D-C7-2 We Can Draw a Pie Graph by Using Proportion
D 3. Drawing Various Graphs From the Same Data D-C7-3 Various Graphs Made from One DataD 4. The Number of Cases and Probability D-C7-4 The Village of GamblersD 5. Permutation and Combination D-C7-5 Various Ways to Line UpD 6. The Relation of Real Situation and Theoretical Probability D-C7-6 The Weather Forecast is a LiarD D-C7-7 The Probability to Win a Darts GameD D-C7-8 The Magic Number to Relieve Uncertainty
Animation-English Version-Grade 9List of Mathematics Animation Field Contents Number Title N 1. Rational Number N-C8-1 The Rational Number is A Reasonable Number N N-C8-2 The Number of Rational Numbers is Equal to That of Natural Numbers N 2. Calculation of Rational Number N-C8-3 Natural Number and Algebraic Number N N-C8-4 How Can We Calculate the Rational Numbers? N 3. Comparing the Sizes of Fraction, Decimal, and Percent N-C8-5 Whose Record is the Best? N 4. Real Number N-C8-6 The Expanding World of Number N 5. Real Number and Number Line N-C8-7 The Space between Zero and One is Filled with the Real Numbers N 6. The Properties of Real Number N-C8-8 What are the Properties of Real Number? N 7. Irrational Number N-C8-9 The Secret of Pythagoras N N-C8-10 The Number Which Does Not Have the End Forever N N-C8-11 Zeno’s Paradoxes N N-C8-12 Evariste Galois Who Explain Irrational Number as Number N 8. Irrational Number and Irrational Expression N-C8-13 Calculation of Irrational Number and Irrational Expression A 1. Linear Equation with Two Unknown Quantities A-C8-1 Looking for the Answer of the Chinese Math Classic Book A A-C8-2 A Mule and a Donkey A 2. Linear Inequality with Two Unknown Quantities A-C8-3 How Many Should We Make a Product?-Linear Programming A 3. Understanding Linear Equation and Linear Inequality through Line A-C8-4 Express the Domain Divided by the Lines Graph A 4. Slope A-C8-5 Automobile in Uniform Motion A 5. Pascal’s Triangle A-C8-6 The Pyramid Triangle with Beautiful Bilateral Symmetry A A-C8-7 Pascal’s Triangle and Binomial Theorem A 6. Fibonacci Sequence A-C8-8 A Married Couple of Rabbits and The Golden Ratio A A-C8-9 The Hide-and-seek of Mathematics Hidden in the Nature A 7. Understanding Regularity of Numbers A-C8-10 A System of Measuring Pyramid A A-C8-11 A Prophecy of the Fortune-Teller A A-C8-12 The Legend of Sesa G 1. The Problem of Pythagoras G-C8-1 Find Three Pairs of Pythagoras G 2. Congruence and Similarity G-C8-2 A Rich Baby to Have 10 Automobiles G G-C8-3 The Earth is Too Heavy to Carry G 3. Rotational Displacement G-C8-4 Because of the Inclined Clock G 4. Lateral Face, Front Side, Back Side, Sectional View of Various Solids G-C8-5 Bug! Go Your Own Way M 1. Finding the Actual Length and Area by Using a Scale M-C8-1 If I Calculate the Circumference of the Earth by a Tape Measure? M M-C8-2 Launching an Artificial Satellite
M 2. Surface Area of Hexahedron and Cylinder M-C8-3 How Much Do I Need Packing Paper to Wrap the Present?M 3. Volume of Solid on Condition That the Height and the Base are M-C8-4 The Great Architect to Construct the Pyramids, the EgyptiansM Equal M-C8-5 A Winter in SiberiaD 1. Relation of Proportion and Inverse Proportion D-C8-1 What Becomes Bigger According to Becoming Bigger and WhatD Becomes Smaller According to Becoming BiggerD D-C8-2 Proportion Hidden in Railroad Fares D-C8-3 Guess the Age of the Dinosaur FossilsD 2. Mean, Median and Mode D-C8-4 Soldiers Crossing the Rubicon RiverD 3. Samples by Simple Random Sampling D-C8-5 The Opinion Survey is a FakeD 4. Probability of Independent Events and Dependent Events D-C8-6 The Probability’s TrapsD D-C8-7 Formula of Good Fortune, Strategy of Victory for BlackjackD 5. Property of Expected Value D-C8-8 How Much Should I Stake Money On the Gambling Table Not to LoseD Money D-C8-9 The Casino’s Plot