# Assignment Discovery: A Composite Number

A composite number is a number that can be divided evenly by numbers other than itself and 1. The answer will never have a remainder. Learn more with this clip from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Linear Programming Problems

All linear programming problems must have a quantity to be optimized and resource constraints. Today computers can solve these problems with thousands of variables. Learn more in this clip from Discovery Channel series "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Pascal's Triangle

Pascal's Triangle was named after Blaise Pascal in the 1600's. In this triangle, the sum of any two adjacent numbers lies just below them. Learn more with this clip from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Golden Ratio

Martin Ohm wrote the first article about the golden ratio in the textbook Die Raine Elementar Mathematik. This ratio was used to design some of the world's most famous buildings and paintings. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Understanding: Bayes' Theorem

On TLC's "Understanding," learn about Bayes' Theorem of probability and how it can be used to explain the odds of winning a game show.

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Assignment Discovery: Fractions and Decimals

Fractions and decimals describe part of a whole thing. The number on the top of a fraction is called the numerator and the number on the bottom is the denominator. Learn more from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Triangles Everywhere

A triangle is a shape with three straight lines that are connected to create a point. Triangles can be found everywhere, in man-made objects as well as nature. Learn more with this Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery" clip.

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Assignment Discovery: Linear Equations

Linear equations can be solved algebraically or geometrically. When solving these problems, the functions graph should be a straight line. Learn more with this clip from Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Golden Ratio

Martin Ohm wrote the first article about the golden ratio in the textbook Die Raine Elementar Mathematik. This ratio was used to design some of the world's most famous buildings and paintings. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal numbers reflect the place something has in line. You can get an ordinal number from any cardinal number, by usually adding the letters "th" to the number. Learn more in this clip from Discovery Channel's series, "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Linear Programming Problems

All linear programming problems must have a quantity to be optimized and resource constraints. Today computers can solve these problems with thousands of variables. Learn more in this clip from Discovery Channel series "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Rules of Inequalities

An inequality is a mathematical sentence that describes the relationship between two numbers. One number can be less than, greater than, or equal to another number. Learn more in this clip from Discovery Channel's series, "Assignment Discovery."

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Assignment Discovery: Solving a Linear Equality

On the Discovery Channel series, "Assignment Discovery," we learn the process of solving a linear inequality. First, we convert the polynomial to slope-intercept form. Then, graph the line, and the solution you find will be on the half-plane.

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Understanding: Bayes' Theorem

On TLC's "Understanding," learn about Bayes' Theorem of probability and how it can be used to explain the odds of winning a game show.

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