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  1. Alien Tiles Official Web Page - Pickover and Mckechnie
    A difficult puzzle developed by Dr. Cliff Pickover and Cam Mckechnie. (Some have called it Rubik's cube for the new millennium.) The rules are simple, but the patterns soon become very complex. The authors look forward to hearing from artists, puzzle ...more>>

  2. Aligning and Articulating Standards Across the Curriculum (NCREL) - Cathy Cook; Pathways to School Improvement
    Critical Issues in Mathematics. Students often do not see any connection between the mathematics they learn in school and the other subjects they study. As a result, many students do not see or understand the connection between mathematics and their daily ...more>>

  3. Alive Books - Sotirios Persidis
    The site offers a free downloadable course on Calculus of a Single Variable, as well as a link to a modern new Mathematical Handbook is given. The Handbook is part printed matter and part online, and fully searchable even within mathematical expressions. ...more>>

  4. Alive Maths/Maths à Vivre - Nathalie Sinclair
    Hands-on, interactive "microworlds," in which students investigate patterns and relationships, pose questions, play with the variables, and solve problems: Play with Lulu on a grid; practice triangle reflections; play with fractions and decimal patterns ...more>>

  5. All About Addition (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering addition facts and addition of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. ...more>>

  6. All About Decimals (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games to teach naming, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and converting decimals. ...more>>

  7. All About Division (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering division facts and division of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. ...more>>

  8. All About Fractions (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering identifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and converting fractions. ...more>>

  9. All About LaTeX2HTML - Nikos Drakos, Computer Based Learning Unit, Univ. of Leeds
    LaTeX2HTML: What it is, how it works, where to get it, how to install it, how to use it and how to diagnose and fix problems. Also the LaTeX2HTML manual. Mailing list; sample converted documents; publications about LaTeX2HTML; searchable archives. Last ...more>>

  10. All About Multiplication (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Free, interactive math exercises, lessons, and games teaching multiplication tables, fact and multiplication of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. ...more>>

  11. All About Percents (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering finding, converting, and using percents. ...more>>

  12. All About Ratios - Cynthia Lanius
    Activities designed to help students understand the concept of ratios, using the Internet. Activities may also be printed out if computer access is not available. Students are expected to: use multiplication and division of whole numbers to solve problems, ...more>>

  13. All About Subtraction (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Free, interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering beginning subtraction facts and subtraction of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. ...more>>

  14. All-American Supertutors - Robb Gott
    A non-traditional approach to math tutoring. In-person or online tutoring sessions. ...more>>

  15. All Educational Software: Math Software - Kimball & Wood Enterprises, LLC
    Math learning games, math help and software for kindergarten through high school. Educational software to help kids learn addition, subtraction, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics and more. ...more>>

  16. All Elementary Mathematics - The Mathematical Web High School - Dr. Yury Berengard
    An online Web high mathematical school, featuring all of the curriculum of elementary mathematics. Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, functions and graphs, analysis. Theory and solving problems. Versions of examination tests. Online consulting. ...more>>

  17. All Ivy Tutoring
    Phoenix-based tutoring service providing one-on-one, in-home tutoring, offering help in all math subjects from basic math through college level differential equations and linear algebra. ...more>>

  18. allmath.com - Arbor Media, Inc.
    Math tools (flash cards, a metric converter); games (magic square), and reference pages: biographies, a glossary, the multiplication table, metric conversion factors, and an ask an expert service. ...more>>

  19. All Numbers Are Less Than A Million - Jim Loy
    A "proof" that is "very close to what often passes as proof in the non-mathematical world." ...more>>

  20. ALLREALS+BLOG - Marty Romero
    Blog about "effective educational reforms/policies and empowering students through equitable pedagogical practices." Posts, which date back to September, 2012, have included "Procedural Knowledge vs. Conceptual Understanding (A Dad's dilemma)"; "Obesity ...more>>

  21. All Star Review
    A review site designed to help teachers and parents find out about software, audio, video and other educational products before purchasing them. Search for software and other materials alphabetically, by level, or by subject (see Math Audio and Software.) ...more>>

  22. All Star Tutoring
    Professional one-on-one tutoring services in New York City's boroughs, including GED test preparation, city-wide exams, and Regents exam preparation. ...more>>

  23. All the King's Digits - Terry Trotter
    Challenge: Using the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, and the operations of +, -, x, ÷, sqrt (square root), cbrt (cube root), ^ (raise to a power), and ! (factorial), along with grouping symbols, write expressions for the counting number 100. ...more>>

  24. All the News That's Fit to Math
    Blog of mathematical questions that arise from news headlines. Posted by an Australian teacher since January, 2014, entries have included "The decline of cancer rates in the USA," "The Royal Family's Spending Habits," and "Are Super Bowl ads worth it?" ...more>>

  25. Allwave - Allwave Corp
    Software company offering: MathHub® (math tool), PlotHub® (plotting tool), MathCal® (graphical calculator tool, both PC and Pocket PC versions), and MapHub® (map has over 100 projections), as well as a special application for engineering. ...more>>

  26. Almost Looks Like Work - Jason Cole
    Blog of Matlab plots, animations, and other explorations by a PhD student "with a passion for physics, maths, and data visualization." Posts, which Cole describe as "light-hearted" and date back to July, 2014, have included "WiFi strife," "Ant-ics," "Damp ...more>>

  27. Alphabet Geometry - Jamie Tubbs, MisterTeacher.com
    Learn about geometry by looking at letters. Included are interactive Flash movies on transformations, angles, and similar letters. Movies on parallel and perpendicular lines are planned. ...more>>

  28. Alphametics - Mike Keith
    Alphametics (also known as alphametrics) are puzzles that combine mathematical and word play, the first modern example of which was Dudeney's SEND + MORE = MONEY. From the "alphamenu," choose traditional alphametics, the doubly-true genre, new literary ...more>>

  29. Alphametics - Torsten Sillke
    Cryptarithms are puzzles in which letters or symbols are substituted for the digits in an arithmetical calculation. If a cryptarithm uses letters in place of digits, and the letters form words or phrases, the puzzle is an alphametic. J. A. H. Hunter coined ...more>>

  30. alt.algebra.help
    A newsgroup for asking and answering to algebra questions. ...more>>

  31. alt.algebra.help - Math Forum
    An unmoderated newsgroup focused on algebra. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  32. Alta Vista
    A major Web search engine, also offering major categories to browse (Automotive; Business & Finance; Computers & Internet; Health & Fitness; Hobbies & Interests; Home & Family; Media & Amusements; People & Chat; Reference & ...more>>

  33. Alternative Assessment Techniques - ERIC
    An introductory bibliography of available information on alternative assessment. Provides an extensive list of resources, with abstracts and directions for obtaining full-text copies of ERIC Journal and ERIC document citations. ...more>>

  34. Alternative Instruction and Alternative, Performance-Based Assessment - Jane Ehrenfeld; Math Forum
    Two annotated bibliographies designed to present ways in which assessment can be altered without drastic restructuring of class and curriculum. Some of the articles and books referenced have links to portfolio-based instruction and assessment, and can ...more>>

  35. Alternative Math Club
    Interactive practice with problems typically found in Japan: exams for junior high school math, high school math, and college math; and entrance exams for high shool and for university. Also available in Japanese. ...more>>

  36. Alternative or Block Scheduling - Mathematics Education at The Math Forum
    The Math Forum's suggested sites on block scheduling, including Web resources, articles and reports, and discussions. ...more>>

  37. The Altitudes and the Euler Line - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A proof of the existence of the orthocenter of a triangle embodying several concepts such as Morley's complex interpolation theory, Napoleon's theorem, and Morley's miracle; with examples of the theorems and a geometric explanation of the Euler Line and ...more>>

  38. The Altitudes - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A collection of proofs of the concurrency of altitudes in triangles, featuring a Java applet with which one can see the various points, lines, triangles, and circles associated with any given triangle. ...more>>

  39. The Altitude Theorem for Equilateral Triangles - Web Feats Workshop II
    Use the applet to intrigue students with a surprising property of equilateral triangles, stimulate their curiosity to wonder why the property is true, then lead them to understand how the property can be proven in an unexpected way. This workshop was ...more>>

  40. alt.math.recreational - Math Forum
    An unmoderated newgroup focused on recreational mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  41. alt.math.undergrad - Math Forum
    An unmoderated discussion forum for issues and problems pertaining to college undergraduate mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  42. Amara's Wavelet Page - Amara Graps
    Read a brief overview of wavelets, or listen to sounds compressed using wavelets. Page also includes an extensive list of wavelet resources. ...more>>

  43. A+ Math
    A site developed to help elementary school students improve their math skills interactively, offering: educational math games (learn basic operations and geometry by playing MATHO - bingo and math combined; Hidden Picture; and Concentration), Web flash ...more>>

  44. AMATH - AMATH Systems, Inc.
    Software for Building and Reinforcing Foundation Mathematics. AMATH is a simple, self-paced, self grading, computer-aided workbook created to combat the math literacy problem in the U.S. It covers 103 modules of foundation mathematics including: arithmetic, ...more>>

  45. Amazeing Art - Christopher Berg
    Free printable mazes of buildings, ships, ancient monuments, and more. The site features historical essays describing some of the mazes of ancient times, together with maze terminology and tips on drawing mazes. There are also maze products for purchase, ...more>>

  46. The Amazing Abacus - ThinkQuest 1996
    An exploration of the abacus. Learn to use the abacus and what it is for, and to speak and write Chinese numerals and formulas. ...more>>

  47. The Amazing ABC Conjecture - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    In number theory, straightforward, reasonable questions are remarkably easy to ask, yet many of these questions are surprisingly difficult or even impossible to answer. Fermat's last theorem, for instance, involves an equation of the form x^n + y^n = ...more>>

  48. Amazing Applications of Probability and Statistics - Kelly Rogers; Intuitor.com
    Intuitor.com's Prob. and Stat. page provides clear and concise information on a variety of topics covered in AP Statistics, including: Probability, binomial coefficients, data analysis, random numbers, skewness, hypothesis testing, and power. This ...more>>

  49. The Amazing Mandelbrot Set - Bill Boll
    This site hosts a gallery of Mandelbrot Set images and a primer on how the Mandelbrot Set is generated. Posters and a DVD of animations are available. ...more>>

  50. Amazing Math Tutor San Diego - Sam Mirs
    One-on-one in-home tutoring for algebra, trigonometry, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus and college math students in San Diego county. Blog posts, which date back to January, 2013, have included "The 7 Steps to Succeed in Math Tests," "The 3 main Questions ...more>>


 
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