I need about 150 words for each of this discussion questions and references provided

Questions for Discussion

A. Math anxiety doesn’t mean you are bad at Math – here is what research says

For all those who have been facing Math anxiety, this should be a bit relaxing video as it not something that you have to really worry about but try to conquer it with confidence and motivation. Resilience and perseverance are very important aspects in this process of achieving success in overcoming the fear towards learning Math. And I hope this video will provide you some inspiration to continue the class with more powerful and positive attitude.

Note: By the way, this video is posted by TED Ed. TED is a famous organization started in 1984 which addresses a wide range of topics within the research. There were many famous speakers like Bill Gates, David Cameron, Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and many other Nobel Prize winners who spread their ideas through this platform. I feel that it is worth watching and believing in the ideas.

Please share your thoughts!


B. Convert degrees Fahrenheit to degree Celsius; Question for participation – response needed

Fahrenheit and Celsius are the scales most often used for reporting room, weather, and water temperatures. The Fahrenheit scale is used in the United States, while the Celsius scale is used worldwide.

Convert 30 C and 16 C (30 degree Celsius and 16 degree Celsius) to degree Fahrenheit. Start with the conversion equation C = (F – 32) * 5 / 9. You should clearly provide the steps on how you solved the equation to get the final answers


C. Unit Conversions.
Here is an incident that I found that happened few years back because of incorrect unit conversions:
Read through the article and comment on your views

Here is a question for you. What are the different systems of unit conversions and why do we have them?

Please share your comments with me

D. Skewed distribution; Question for participation – response needed

What is Central Limit Theorem (CLT) and What is a skewed distribution? Can you apply CLT for a skewed distribution? You have the liberty to explain however you want to, but, make sure you use your own words and sentences and make it as much clear and relevant as possible.