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  1. goENC.com - ENC Learning, Inc.
    Resources and support for math and science educators needed to help raise student achievement in these vital subjects. Search over 27,000 print and multi-media curriculum resources and professional development materials. Web-based resources are only available ...more>>

  2. GoGeometry from the Land of the Incas - Antonio Gutierrez
    Mixing dynamic geometry, animations, science, and Incan history, this Peruvian site offers geometry problems involving circles and triangles, with proofs: Poncelet, Napoleon, Eyeball, Steiner, Carnot, Sangaku, and the Butterfly Theorem. Also, Incan Geometry ...more>>

  3. GoKnow! - GoKnow, Inc.
    GoKnow, Inc. intends to be the leader in technology pervasive, standards-based, scientifically validated curriculum and educational tools. GoKnow offers tools for handheld devices' use in the classroom, professional development and consulting services. ...more>>

  4. Goldbach's Prime Pairs - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Prime numbers serve as building blocks in the mathematics of whole numbers. Evenly divisible only by themselves and one, primes are a rich source of speculative ideas that mathematicians often find simple to state but difficult to prove. The Goldbach ...more>>

  5. The Golden Mean - Michael L. Wright; Michael's Crazy Enterprises, Inc. (MCE)
    "The Golden Mean (or Golden Section), represented by the Greek letter phi, is one of those mysterious natural numbers, like e or pi, that seem to arise out of the basic structure of our cosmos. Unlike those abstract numbers, however, phi appears clearly ...more>>

  6. The Golden Mean - Rashomon (K. Wiedman)
    The Golden Mean or Golden Section was derived by the ancient Greeks. Like pi, the number 1.618... is an irrational number. Both the ancient Greeks and the ancient Egyptians used the Golden Mean when designing their buildings and monuments. Links to pages ...more>>

  7. The Golden Ratio - Andi, Mel, and Shuj
    An introduction to the golden ratio, also known as phi: its connection to the Fibonacci sequence, related constructions (star, line segment, rectangle, and spiral), and connections to biology, history, and aesthetics. Site also includes a glossary and ...more>>

  8. The Golden Ratio - Blacker, Polanski, Schwach; The Geometry Center
    Introduction to the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence. Instead of simply supplying definitions and asking the student to engage in mindless practice, students work through several activities to discover the applications of the Golden Ratio and Fibonacci ...more>>

  9. Golden Ratio, Fibonacci Sequence - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    About the Golden Ratio (or Golden Section or Golden Mean), the Golden Rectangle, and the Fibonacci Sequence. ...more>>

  10. The Golden Ratio - John Kyrk
    Animations for building the golden rectangle from the Fibonacci series; clockwise and counterclockwise spirals; how the proportions of the human body display the golden ratio. ...more>>

  11. The Golden ratio - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay on the history of the golden ratio (golden number, golden section), from Euclid through Martin Ohm's book, Die reine Elementar-Matematik. With references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  12. The Golden Section In Art, Architecture and Music - Ron Knott
    An introduction with illustrations and references to some applications and occurrences of the Fibonacci series and the Golden Ratio in architecture, art and music. The constant Phi has been used to design architecture, from the Parthenon in Athens to ...more>>

  13. The Golden Section Ratio: Phi - Ron Knott
    Contents: What is the Golden Ratio (or Phi)? - A simple definition of Phi, A bit of history; Phi to 2000 decimal places; Phi and the Fibonacci numbers - Another definition of Phi, A formula for Phi using a continued fraction, Rational Approximations ...more>>

  14. The Golden Section, Related to Music and Natural Sciences - Martin Morgenstern
    An extended bibliography related to the golden section in music, mathematics, architecture, biology, etc. Articles and books are listed, and linked to Amazon.com or other sources for purchase where possible. ...more>>

  15. GOMATH - Cubic Science, Inc.
    An Internet site to help high school students (grades 10-12) of all levels with math skills. Programs such as Algebra 1 offer an interactive guide through a course and help students build up math skills and confidence. Math Programs are 4-6 week curricula, ...more>>

  16. Good Calculators
    Online calculators for determining gradients, slopes, percentages, forces, factoring, fractions, powers, square roots, velocities, statistics, standard deviations, spring helical compressions, torques, areas, volumes, ratios, conversions, and more. ...more>>

  17. Google
    A search engine that analyzes the way Web pages are linked to one another and automatically generates lists of Web resources based on frequency of linking. ...more>>

  18. Google Calculator
    Google's calculator feature evaluates math expressions. The google.com and the Google Toolbar search boxes now handle queries such as: 56*78, half a cup in teaspoons, (G * mass of earth)/(radius of earth ^ 2), and 1.21 GW / 88 mph. Google provides instructions ...more>>

  19. Google Groups Discussion: TI-Nspire - Rex Boggs, moderator
    For users of the TI-Nspire handheld, Rex Boggs has set up a moderated discussion group at Google Groups. The purpose of the discussion is to share knowledge and problems to make the technology more productive, enjoyable and enlightening. If you are interested ...more>>

  20. Google Public Data Explorer - Google Labs
    The Google Public Data Explorer is available for beta testing and comment. It is designed to make large datasets easy to explore, visualize and communicate. As the charts and maps animate over time, the changes in the world become easier to understand. ...more>>

  21. Googolplex - Frank Pilhofer
    The American mathematician Edward Kasner once asked his nine-year-old nephew to invent a name for a very large number, ten to the power of one hundred; and the boy called it a googol. He thought this was a number to overflow people's minds, being bigger ...more>>

  22. Got Math? - Dave Radcliffe
    Blog by a community college math instructor and self-described "GeoGebra fanatic." Posts, which date back to December, 2010, have included "Stacking cannonballs," "Counting with Integrals," "A Paradoxical Dissection," "Gelfand's Question," "Imagining ...more>>

  23. Government Affairs and Education (AMS) - American Mathematical Society
    Government Affairs: news from Washington on science funding; calls for action; policy statements; recent statements by the mathematical community; federal budget information; how to contact Congress; science policy events; and a link to the AMS Committee ...more>>

  24. Government Communications Headquarters - Government Communications Headquarters, United Kingdom
    British intelligence: take a brief, illustrated tour of GCHQ history through World War I, World War II and cracking the German Enigma code, the Cold War, and the post Cold War world; read about career opportunities for mathematicians and others; apply ...more>>

  25. Gowers's Weblog - Timothy Gowers
    Blog by a Cambridge University professor interested in analysis, combinatorics, arithmetic combinatorics, and "general questions about mathematics, and how it is discovered and transmitted -- hence this blog." Posts, which date back to September, 2007 ...more>>

  26. GRACE: Graphical Ruler and Compass Editor - Hertzmann, Warren, Goldan, Felleisen; Dept. of Computer Science, Rice University
    Interactive Euclidean Geometry: using a Java applet, this course focuses on a classical topic: the ruler and compass constructions of Euclid. GRACE allows the student to define constructions and their associated proofs interactively. This site contains ...more>>

  27. Grades 9-12 Data Analysis and Probability (MSTE) - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    A list of statistics resources from the Office of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (MSTE), including lessons and useful data sets, organized to follow the NCTM Statistics Standards for grades 9-12. Links to the AP Statistics site and even ...more>>

  28. Graduate School in Your Future? - Dianne Prost O'Leary
    Written by a former director of undergraduate studies attempting to smoothe the transition from undergraduate to professional, this document offers advice to students on entering, surviving, and thriving during graduate study and beyond. Graduate School ...more>>

  29. GrafEq Gallery - Pedagoguery Software
    A gallery that demonstrates the visual range of graphs that can be produced using GRAFEQ graphing software, with a rogue's gallery of troublesome graphs. The archived graphs are possible because of the expressive power of general implicit relations. Each ...more>>

  30. GrafEq - Pedagoguery Software
    An intuitive, flexible program for producing graphs of implicit relations. Graph equations encountered in the secondary pre-calculus math curriculum: linear functions, polynomial functions, conics, trigonometric functions, exponential functions, relations ...more>>

  31. Grafica Obscura - Paul Haeberli
    An evolving computer graphics notebook: a compilation of technical notes, pictures and essays. Contents include: Paper and Plotter: A 3D Surface; Laser Cutting for Rapid Manufacturing; Geometric Paper Folding: Dr. David Huffman; Paper and Light (An inexpensive ...more>>

  32. Grand Illusions - Hendrik Ball
    A "site for the enquiring mind, with optical illusions, scientific toys, visual effects, and even a little magic." Includes a number of feature articles on vision, photography, mirrors, optical toys, movies, etc. See, in particular, the geometrical optical ...more>>

  33. Grandma Got STEM - Rachel Levy
    Levy, a Professor in the Mathematics Department at Harvey Mudd College, blogs to collect public awareness and art projects that use grandmothers' pictures, names, and connections to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in order to ...more>>

  34. Grant Wrangler - Nimble Press
    Searching this free grant listing service for the category math pulls up deadlines and capsule descriptions of dozens of funding opportunities for math teachers. ...more>>

  35. GRAPES : Function Graphing Software - Katsuhisa TOMODA, Center for Research on International Cooperation (CRICED) - University of Tsukuba
    GRAPES is dynamic graphing software that allows you to draw the graphs and the loci of most of the functions which appear in the upper secondary school curriculum, and to analyze them from diverse aspects. This is a freeware program. ...more>>

  36. GraphCalc - Mike Arrison
    A graphing calculator program for Windows. Features include three-dimensional graphing, calculus, and statistics. Download a shareware version, read online documentation, request a feature, or read about the authors. ...more>>

  37. Graphe Easy - Olivier Ansquer
    Feature-rich yet easy-to-use 2d graph-plotting Windows software. Demo version available. It allows users to draw many graph types (Cartesian, polar, parametric coordinates) and many other graphs such as conics, integrals, inequalities, or sequences. It ...more>>

  38. Grapher - Cary and Michael Huang
    Enter a linear, quadratic, cubic, trigonometric, logarithmic, or other equation, then press an "evaluate" button to watch it render on the Cartesian plane, from left to right. Vary speeds and colors; zoom in and out. ...more>>

  39. Graph Explorer - Alan Cooper, Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics, Langara College
    A JAVA-based graphing utility. This applet is designed to allow you to zoom in and out smoothly, or to pan across the graphs of functions that you define. Use it to display the graphs of functions that you want to study, either individually or in families ...more>>

  40. Graph FAWM - New FAWM Creations
    Function graphing software that displays intercepts, points of intersection, turning points, etc., good for drawing piecewise functions and investigating the location of the solution to linear programming problems. View screen shots; download a trial ...more>>

  41. GraphFunc: Sketch Graphs Online
    GraphFunc is a Java applet used to plot mathematical functions in two or three coordinates. Instructions and examples available. ...more>>

  42. Graph Galleries - Microcal Software, Inc.
    Select one of 5 Subject Specific Graph Galleries to view an array of industry-specific graphs, or explore graph types (3D surface graphs; contour graphs; bar, box, & column gallery; line gallery; line & symbol gallery; or scatter gallery). See ...more>>

  43. Graphics Archive - The Geometry Center
    General interest images of an artistic nature, or of general interest to the public, including fractals, digital art, etc.; Special Topics - images created during research projects at the Geometry Center; Video Productions - images from videos produced ...more>>

  44. Graphics Calculator Information (Mathematics Archives) - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    Links to calculator projects, programs, and utilities; lab activities and calculator worksheets; calculator FAQs; and other calculator sites. ...more>>

  45. Graphics for the Calculus Classroom (Java version) - Douglas N. Arnold; Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
    Excerpts with Java animations from a collection of graphical demonstrations developed for first year calculus. Includes: Differentials and differences, computing the volume of water in a tipped glass, Archimedes' calculation of pi, how the ball bounces, ...more>>

  46. Graphing Applet - Greg Vogl
    This graphing Java applet illustrates variable substitution and function composition by encouraging the user to experiment with variables and look at a range of functions -- logarithmic, trigonometric, exponential, and more. Parameters include xmin and ...more>>

  47. Graphing Applets for Calculus - Eric A. Carlen
    A collection of calculus applets, two packages of Java classes used for writing such applets, and full documentation of the packages and their use, with source code for all the sample applets. Applet topics include: the basins of attraction for Newton's ...more>>

  48. Graphing Calculator for Mac and Windows - Pacific Tech
    Graphing Calculator calculates and displays two- and three-dimensional mathematical objects easily, and saves animations as QuickTime movies. The site includes a list of features, a guided tour, a picture gallery, a free demo, and ordering capabilities, ...more>>

  49. Graphing Calculator Help - Pearson-Hall Education
    Help using the calculator models TI-82, TI-83, TI-85, TI-86, TI-89, TI-92, HP48G, CFX-9850 GaPlus, Sharp EL9600C, and Casio FX2. Select a model to display Prentice-Hall's help topics in alphabetical order, then click the topic to see specific instructions. ...more>>

  50. Graphing Calculator - Pacific Tech
    Graphing Calculator is a tool for quickly visualizing math: type an equation and it is drawn for you without complicated dialog boxes or commands. Graphing Calculator 2.2, a commercial release, features symbolic and numeric methods for visualizing two ...more>>

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