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  • Jul 20 / 2017
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Education

How to Solve a Basic Algebraic Equation

How to solve a basic Algebraic equation

 

By Andrew Kuhry-Haeuser, Carmenta Founder

1) The #1 rule to remember is that, no matter what, any operation you apply to one side of the equals sign must be applied to the other side of the equals sign, whether it’s addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponents, or roots. Continue Reading

  • Jul 18 / 2017
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Education

How to Get an “A” in Physics

How to get an "A" in Physics

 

By Andrew Kuhry-Haeuser, Carmenta Founder

Success in high school or basic college physics comes down to 3 factors:

1) Knowing your formulas.
2) Knowing how to determine which formula applies to the problem you’re trying to solve.
3) Knowing how to solve the equations produced when you apply a formula to a problem. Continue Reading

  • Jun 28 / 2016
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Latin

Studies in Latin Morphology, Part I Alternate dative and ablative plural endings of the first declension

Detail of Pantheon, Rome

 

By Kostas Petropoulos, M.A.

Use of the Latin suffix -abus in the dative and ablative plural of certain first declension nouns is owed to the need for a distinction between the masculine and corresponding feminine forms.1 One such instance where this need may have arisen was in the case of a will or other legal provision if there should have been, for example, both sons and daughters involved. Continue Reading

  • Jun 30 / 2015
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Latin

How to Get Students to “Jump for Joy”

Carmenta Latin student

 

by Rebecca Gove, M.A.T.

Let’s be honest: the image that comes to mind when talking about Latin language study is usually not students jumping for joy. I get it. I’ve been teaching for almost 10 years now and let me tell you, I don’t expect my students on the first day of Latin to come into my classroom (online or traditional) with anything other than anxiety scrawled on their faces. My goal is to, quickly and without them realizing it, change those expressions to ones of joy. Continue Reading