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  1. Snowdays - Popular Front
    Make your own snowflakes online: point and click to cut anywhere around or inside the folded piece of virtual paper. Preview the unfolded results in real time; when ready, save your design to the searchable gallery, where you may view and download plans ...more>>

  2. Snowflakes and Stars - Ignacio Dayrit
    Graphic images of snowflakes with folding instructions to make from paper. ...more>>

  3. Snowflakes - Kenneth G. Libbrecht
    "Your online guide to snowflakes, snow crystals, and other ice phenomena." Snow activities include instructions for using everday objects and dry ice to make your own snowflakes; for using glue to make plastic snowflake replicas ("snowflake fossils") ...more>>

  4. Soap Bubbles - Ron Hipschman; The Exploratorium
    Why does a bubble form a sphere? Why not a cube, tetrahedron, or other geometrical figure? This site from San Francisco's Exploratorium provides information on the shape of bubbles and what happens when bubbles meet, with formulas for long-life bubble ...more>>

  5. Soap Film Models (SMILE) - Joan Pintozzi, Curie Metro. High School
    A lesson designed to encourage students to conjecture, introducing the concept of minimum path and minimum surface area and practicing measurement of line segments and angles. From the Geometry and Measurement section of a collection of almost 200 single ...more>>

  6. Soap Films and Grid Walks - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    A simple, physical demonstration of a mathematical truth can produce a lasting impression - one that inspires new questions and speculations. For Christopher C. Chang, a student at Henry M. Gunn Senior High School in Palo Alto, Calif., and one of 40 finalists ...more>>

  7. Social and Historical Aspects of Mathematics - Thompson, Wilkinson; Univ. of Wolverhampton (UK)
    Math history: the development of counting systems and notations (includes Egyptian, Sumerian, Babylonian, and Hindu-Arabic numerals); of notation and concepts in algebra; Changing systems of geometry from Euclid to Klein's programme (includes New Geometries, ...more>>

  8. Society of Actuaries
    Actuaries are professionals trained in mathematics, statistics, and economic techniques that allow them to put a financial value on future events. This skill is of great value to insurance companies, investment firms, employee benefits consulting firms, ...more>>

  9. Society of Young Mathematicians - SYMs
    A UK organization that motivates and encourages "all young people who enjoy mathematics." SYMS publishes articles, news, "things to do," calculator hints, book reviews, games, puzzles, and competitions in its newsletter, SymmetryPlus, and termly journal, ...more>>

  10. Sociological Foundations Supporting the Study of Cultural Diversity - Hugh Mehan, Univ. of California at San Diego
    In order to understand the barriers to educational equality faced by low-income cultural and linguistic minority youth, we need to understand the ways in which social class and ethnicity interact with language and culture. This paper examines various ...more>>

  11. Soddy's Formula - Pat Ballew
    Descartes' Circle Theorem, an example of giving the credit to the wrong person. The formula is about the relation of the radii of four mutually tangent circles and is sometimes called the Kissing Circles Theorem: if four circles are all tangent to each ...more>>

  12. Sofist India - Sofist India
    A software company that specializes in developing off-the-shelf products and components (assemblies) using Microsoft .NET technology. The company also develops and maintains software packages and develops web sites. Its expertise lies in the fields of ...more>>

  13. Soft Mathematics: The Mathematics of People - Keith Devlin
    Keith Devlin describes the blending of mathematics with other disciplines, an approach that is increasingly being adopted in the study of people and their actions. ...more>>

  14. Softmath - Neven Jurkovic
    Developers of Algebrator, an automated tutor based on Maxima CAS that provides step-by-step solutions to algebra, trigonometry, and statistics problems, and exports answers to MathML. Demo and purchase Algebrator; use Softmath's free online software to ...more>>

  15. Softronics Inc.: An Educational Software Company
    MMLogic: A MultiMedia Logic Design System (free fully functional trial version available); MSWLogo: A free Educational programming language that brings Windows and Logo together, now supporting 3-dimensional geometry. ...more>>

  16. Software and Animations (The Geometry Junkyard) - David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
    An extensive annotated list of pointers to specialized software, Java applets, video sequences, and other forms of interactive or animated geometry. ...more>>

  17. Software by Al Jarnow - ProtoZone Interactives
    Web-based interactive software excerpted from pattern exhibits at the Long Island Children's Museum, the National Museum of Science and Industry (London), and the Brooklyn Childrens's Museum. Introductions to art and math with many pattern-making ...more>>

  18. Software for mathematics education - Piet van Blokland
    Software for mathematical education that draws on David Tall's philosophy of teaching: use Graphic Calculus to visualize, explore, and conceptualize the graph of a linear function; analyze the data and simulations included with VUStat to learn statistics ...more>>

  19. Software for Texas Instrument Calculators - Nevil Hopley
    A collection of teaching programs for Texas Instruments calculators. Developed and tested in classrooms since 1998, the programs make the TI83, TI83+ & TI83+ Silver Edition more than just a calculator. Order by program, age group (ages 12-18), or topic ...more>>

  20. Software (Mathematics Archives) - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    An extensive collection of links to software, with abstracts and reviews, organized in four different ways: by platform (Macintosh, MSDOS) and then by subject; interactive texts (using a commercial package such as Mathematica, Maple or Mathkit to interact ...more>>

  21. Software's Origin - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Librarian Fred R. Shapiro of the Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn., searched for the word software among scholarly journals electronically archived in the JSTOR database and found that the term software used to describe computer programs dates back ...more>>

  22. The Solar System and Space Technology - Eddie B. Rose Jr. - Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
    A unit that presents a modularized, individualized problem-solving scientific/mathematics packet that can be adapted for grades K-12. The contents focus on space exploration and its relation to science and mathematics. The curriculum is design to integrate ...more>>

  23. Soler's Fractal Site
    Fractal galleries of images made using Tierazon and other programs, links, downloads of fractal-generating programs, and articles on fractals. ...more>>

  24. Solids Workshop - FacticsMax
    A program that allows you to select a square, triangular, pentagonal, or hexagonal prism, pyramid, or frustum; or a cylinder or cone, choose the height, side, (and frustum height) you desire, and print out a net pattern that will fold up into the selected ...more>>

  25. Solitaire-y Sequences - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Solitaire on the computer screen - called Klondike or Idiot's Delight, this form of solitaire has resisted mathematical analysis. Partly because Klondike involves player choice, no one has yet been able to construct a mathematical model of the game from ...more>>

  26. Solutions to Heinemann AS/A Level text books - George Ierotheou
    To provide ample examples of how to apply the key methods and techniques used at AS/A level. ...more>>

  27. Solve Equations by Successive Approximations in Your Spreadsheet - P. Russell
    Approximation formulae to compute real and complex solutions of equations in a spreadsheet. The site includes an introduction to slope and derivatives. ...more>>

  28. Solve for n - NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
    Solve for n: 3/n = 7/12. A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test. ...more>>

  29. Solve for y - NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
    Solve the following for y: 12y - 16 = 20y. A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test. ...more>>

  30. Solve My Math - Solvemymath
    Online math integrals calculator, derivative calculator, function grapher, math formulas and facts, math quizzes and puzzles. ...more>>

  31. Solve This! - ThinkQuest 2003
    Information about eight famous mathematicians, with interactive quizzes, static problems and games. ...more>>

  32. Solving Equations - Don Cohen (The Mathman)
    Make equations or open sentences true by guessing. Equations with X's on both sides; quadratic equations (11 ways to solve a quadratic equation); using balance pictures to solve equations. Sample problems with some answers from Chapter 8 of Don Cohen's ...more>>

  33. Solving Inequalities with One Operation - Internet Academy (IA)
    Step-by-step instructions for learning how to solve and graph inequalities, with problems and solutions. ...more>>

  34. Solving-Math-Problems
    Type up your math questions for free help or see step-by-step instructions on solving problems that involve sets, equations, exponents, roots, or real numbers, such using the number line to compare two decimals or using direct comparison (equivalence) ...more>>

  35. Solving Math Word Problems - Hal Schneider
    A self-help tutor for grades 6-12, remedial math (all levels); and adults. Chapter titles: Elementary Math Rules; Working with "ONE"; Working with Fractions; The ' Word/Fraction' Technique; Elementary Algebra, Factoring & Ratios; Common Forms of Equations; ...more>>

  36. Solving Quadratic Equations - Prakash Sukhu
    Introduces the general form of the quadratic equation, and shows how to solve the quadratic equation step by step. Includes methods of factorisation and completing the square, questions to test your knowledge, and an online equation solver with which ...more>>

  37. Solving Rubik's Cube - David Lee Winston Miller
    A "best-fast" Arity Prolog program and demonstration of an efficient heuristic search method to solve Rubik's Cube. Examine the cube's topography (its flat layout) and "submachines." Documentation includes "Understanding the problem," "Why this approach ...more>>

  38. Solving Simple Linear Equations - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math Common Question
    A selection of answers to questions about solving simple linear equations by inspection, elimination, substitution, intersection, and graphing. ...more>>

  39. Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities - Internet Academy (IA)
    Step-by-step instructions for learning how to solve systems of linear inequalities by graphing. ...more>>

  40. Solving the Quintic with Mathematica - Wolfram, Inc.
    Solving the Quintic - The impossibility of solving general quintics in radicals, Tschirnhaus's transformation, Klein's approach to the quintic, Solutions based on series, Solutions based on differential equations, Equations of higher degree. Steps to ...more>>

  41. Solving the Rubik's Cube - Matthew Monroe
    Instructions, popularized by Minh Thai, the National Champion cube solver, for solving a 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube. Also, instructions for how to solve a cube when it has oriented pictures on each face. Directions for solving a 2x2x2 Rubik's mini cube, the professor ...more>>

  42. Solving Word Problems: Applications of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (S.O.S. Mathematics) - Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
    To solve an exponential or logarithmic word problem, convert the narrative to an equation and solve the equation. Includes discussions of problems dealing with interest rates, mortgages, population, radioactive decay, and earthquakes. ...more>>

  43. Solving Word Problems (SMILE) - Barbara Trotter, O. A. Thorp Scholastic Academy
    A lesson for intermediate and upper grades designed to teach students several different techniques for solving word problems. From the Practical and Applied Math section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics ...more>>

  44. The Soma Cube Puzzle - Modvix
    Purchase the Soma Cube. Piet Hein, a Danish poet and inventor, visualized the set of all irregular shapes formed by no more than 4 cubes, each of the same size, and realized that the seven simplest irregular combinations of cubes can form a larger Soma ...more>>

  45. Some Golden Geometry - Rashomon (K. Wiedman)
    The Golden Mean is a ratio that is present in the growth patterns of many things - the spiral formed by a shell or the curve of a fern, for example. This page (also found at http://tony.ai/KW/goldengeom.html) gives instructions for constructing the Golden ...more>>

  46. Some Problems & Puzzles - Nancy Casey
    Problems inspired by math books (Instant insanity; Penrose rhombs) and friends Larry Copes and Mike Fellows (Bike-Ped, Idaho - also known as Muddy City). ...more>>

  47. Some Solid (Three-dimensional) Geometrical Facts about the Golden Section - Ron Knott
    Phi and three-dimensional geometry - Dice Shapes; Coordinates and other statistics of the 5 Platonic Solids; The Greeks and the platonic solids; Quasicrystals and Phi; Footnotes on Plato and Euclid, and on shapes for fair dice. ...more>>

  48. Some Things I've Written - Jennifer Gutbezahl
    Research from the author's doctoral studies in social psychology. Gutbezahl's dissertation focused on how attributions for success and failure in mathematics affect how well students do in math class: "How Negative Expectancies and Attitudes Undermine ...more>>

  49. Some Thoughts on Measurement - Harold Brochmann
    All measurements inherently have limited precision; it isn't sensible to give credence to measurements if you are dealing with a piece of ordinary paper and an ordinary wooden or plastic ruler, no matter how careful the person measuring has been. This ...more>>

  50. Some Variations on the Theme of Polyominos - Recmath
    Patterns that illustrate how the squares of polyominos are connected to each other. Examples of polyominos with a grid superimposed to illustrate the individual squares; with a line that joins the mid-point of two adjacent square if the squares are connected. ...more>>


 
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