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  1. The Chaos Hypertextbook: Mathematics in the Age of the Computer - Glenn Elert
    Formerly titled "Chaos, Fractals, Dimension": an illustrated paper submitted for the author's M.S. in secondary science education from Columbia. Contains chapters on: Mathematical Experiments (Iteration and Orbits, Orbit and Bifurcation Diagrams, Universality); ...more>>

  2. Chaos in the Classroom - Robert L. Devaney; Dept. of Mathematics, Boston University
    One of the most interesting applications of technology in the mathematics classroom is the fact that it allows teachers to bring many new and exciting topics into the curriculum. In particular, technology lets teachers bring some topics of contemporary ...more>>

  3. Chaos: Making a New Science - James Gleick
    An excerpt from the prologue of Gleick's book. "Where chaos begins, classical science stops. For as long as the world has had physicists inquiring into the laws of nature, it has suffered a special ignorance about disorder in the atmosphere, in the turbulent ...more>>

  4. The Chaos Metalink - Industrial Street Productions
    A site designed as an ongoing resource for all those interested in Chaos science and things fractal. This site is sponsored by Images of Chaos, an Artwork for Television and Industrial Street Productions as a service to the Chaos community. Featured Sites; ...more>>

  5. Chaos Theory: complexity and chaos - Mindconnection
    Books on chaos theory and links to relevant sites on the Web. ...more>>

  6. Chaotic Dynamical Systems (Serendip) - Victor J. Donnay; Bryn Mawr College
    In dynamical systems, an object moves according to a rule. Depending on the rule motion, the object may move in a regular fashion or in a chaotic fashion. This project by Prof. Donnay, his students, and colleagues illustrates the ideas of chaos theory ...more>>

  7. chaotic n-space network - Jon Camp and Benjamin Martin
    Fractals: an introduction, gallery of images, and evaluation of software for fractal creation, with links to download. Other mathematics resources include a brief introduction to the Fibonacci sequence. ...more>>

  8. Characteristics of Gifted Children: Articles and Research - Carolyn K., Hoagies' Gifted Education Page
    Articles and reports on characteristics of gifted children: perfectionism, sensitivity, social skills and emotional skills, underachievement, and visual-spatial learning. ...more>>

  9. Charles Babbage Institute of Computer History (CBI) - University of Minnesota
    CBI is a research center at the University of Minnesota dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of information processing. As part of its mission, CBI maintains an archival collection available for use by the public that includes ...more>>

  10. Charlotte and the World Wide Web - Santrach, Carpenter, Young, Young; The Geometry Center
    An introduction to the World Wide Web, its potentials, and links to some geometry software (The Geometer's Sketchpad, Tesselmania, Geometric Golfer, Kali, Kaleidotile), for secondary school educators. A final project created for Math 5337, Technology ...more>>

  11. Charlotte Tutor: Tutoring, Learning, Results - Charlotte Tutor
    Test preparation and tutoring in Charlotte, NC and surrounding areas, for a wide array of academic subjects such as mathematics (math), statistics, physics, chemistry, engineering, AP & IB courses and much more. K-12 and College (undergraduate & graduate) ...more>>

  12. ChartsBin - ChartsBin.com
    A web-based data visualization tool for making, embedding, and exporting interactive visualizations out of your own data. Register to create your own graphic or browse ChartsBin's public gallery for "Starting Age of Compulsory Education around the World," ...more>>

  13. Chase Four Sketches - Bill Finzer, Key Curriculum Press
    A sketch and a script to answer the question: if there are four ants in the plane and each crawls continuously toward the next ant, what do their paths look like? ...more>>

  14. Chasing Arrows (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    The reycling symbol looks like three bent arrows chasing each other around a triangular loop. You often find it printed on cardboard cartons, envelopes, greeting cards, packages, and trash containers. It's also an intriguing mathematical object. Imagine ...more>>

  15. Chemistry Spreadsheet Calculator - James T. Parker
    A calculator designed to help teach high school students how to balance chemistry equations and then perform basic stoichiometry calculations. Includes a short tutorial. ...more>>

  16. Chess Math (SMILE) - Louis C. Jackson, Lincoln Elementary School
    A lesson designed to reinforce students' knowledge of angles as they become chess pieces on a floor chess board. From the Patterns and Logic section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning ...more>>

  17. Chess'n Math Association / Association Échecs et Maths - Canada's National Scholastic Chess Organization
    In Canada, a growing number of elementary schools have incorporated chess into the regular school curriculum, through Challenging Mathematics. This math program is approved by the Ministry of Education and has led to the creation of the Chess'n Math Association ...more>>

  18. Children First: website of the National PTA - National Parent-Teacher Association
    News and information from the PTA, including its educational programs and materials, conferences, on-line subscriptions and discussion groups, legislative activities, and links to other child-oriented sites. ...more>>

  19. Children's Software Revue
    A magazine that features reviews of educational software. The website has a database of children's software that may be searched by title, rating, grade level, copyright date, publisher, platform, or the subject that it teaches. Reviews can be submitted ...more>>

  20. ChiliMATH - Michael Estela
    Lessons and tutorials with worked examples, some handwritten: equations, inequalities, radicals, matrices, polynomials, functions, and more. ...more>>

  21. Chinese Mathematics - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Articles on mathematics in Chinese culture: An Overview of Chinese Mathematics; Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art; The Ten Mathematical Classics; Chinese Numerals; and Chinese Problems. Also an alphabetical list of Chinese mathematicians, linked to ...more>>

  22. Chinese Numbers - Erik E. Peterson
    Convert arabic numerals up to 1 billion into Chinese numbers, or show the value of a Chinese number (type or paste in a number in Chinese and click "Show English." With, in addition, A Brief Description of the Chinese Number System, and links to related ...more>>

  23. Chinese Remainder Theorem - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    An explanation and proof, using modular arithmetic, of the Chinese Remainder Theorem, which concerns problems of the following type: There are certain things whose number is unknown. Repeatedly divided by 3, the remainder is 2; by 5 the remainder is 3; ...more>>

  24. Chinks in Digital Armor - Ivars Peterson - Science News Online
    Tampering with a smart card can force it into making errors in the calculations used for encrypting data, potentially allowing the code to be broken. ...more>>

  25. Chinook (champion checkers computer program) - Jonathan Schaeffer, Dept. of Computing Science, Univ. of Alberta
    Chinook is the World Man-Machine Checkers Champion, a title it earned by competing in human tournaments and defeating the best players in the world. Chinook is the by-product of a research effort started in 1989 into game-playing strategies. The long-term ...more>>

  26. ChiPrime
    From the makers of the Android apps Grade School Math X and High School Math Challenge: auto-scoring quizzes comparable to the quantitative section of the SATs, GREs, and GMATs; notes on logarithms, algebraic identities, exponents, quadratic equations, ...more>>

  27. Chi-Square (MSTE) - Amar Patel; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    This lesson illustrated using cartoon characters explains statistical terms such as expectation, significance, and chi-square. The lesson requires Excel and is based on Ch. 6 of Using Statistics, by Travers, Stout, Swift, and Sextro. Analyzing records ...more>>

  28. Chris Fenwick's mathematics education (self-organised reading-to-learn) research and teaching page - Chris Fenwick
    Research material on mathematics education, from the perspective of a teacher of A-level mathematics students. ...more>>

  29. Christianity and the Mathematical Sciences - the Heliocentric Hypothesis - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay on Christianity's influence on the mathematical sciences. With references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  30. Christmas With The Polyiamonds Puzzle Family - Jos H. Hindriks
    Polyiamonds share their general principles with Pentominoes, except that their basic 'cell' is the sixty-degree triangle instead of the square. The term 'Polyiamonds', derived from the word 'diamond', was introduced in 1961 by T.H. O'Beirne. Hexiamonds, ...more>>

  31. Chron Me! Online Stopwatch
    Easily record time in increments, whenever you have a multi-part task to time. Press start; press stop; add a label for that segment; repeat as needed; download the resulting comma- or semicolon-separated file to your computer, or open it with Excel. ...more>>

  32. A Chronology of Mathematicians - MacTutor Math History Archives
    A chronology of mathematicians between the dates stated, showing how the lives of the mathematicians overlap: 700 BC-700 AD; 700-1650; 1625-1775; 1750-1850; 1825-1900; 1875-1957. Where either the birth or death of a mathematician is unknown (mostly for ...more>>

  33. A chronology of pi - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Pre-computer calculations of pi, from the Rhind papyrus through Ferguson (1946); computer calculations from Ferguson (1947) through Kanada, Takahashi (Sept 1999). With references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  34. Chronology of Recreational Mathematics - Mario Velucchi
    David Singmaster's list of events from circa 2700BC to 1993, with references, includes how in Greek mythology, Palamedes was the inventor of dice; in 1392, three packs of cards were made for Charles VI of France; in 1605, Cervantes' Don Quixote gives ...more>>

  35. ChronoMath: Petite Chronologie des Mathématiques - S. Mehl
    Travaux fondamentaux de l'histoire des maths de l'Antiquité à nos jours. Le site dispose d'une vaste documentation et d'une bibliographie. An extensive site on math history, in French, with bibliography. ...more>>

  36. CIESEmath Project - Stevens Institute for Technology Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education
    Outlines of ten units of Everyday Math and thirteen chapters of Transition Math, some with links to relevant Java applets and Geometer's Sketchpad sketches. The list of activities links to more interactive math tools, instructions, and handouts. A joint ...more>>

  37. CIESE Online Classroom Projects - Stevens Institute of Technology
    Projects that use realtime data available from the Internet, and collaborative projects that use the Internet's potential to reach peers and experts around the world. The site lists currently sponsored projects by level, with an archive of past sponsored ...more>>

  38. Cinderella: Interactive Geometry Software - Richter-Gebert, Kortenkamp
    A full-featured interactive geometry program in German that uses Java as the programming language and includes a true symbolic theorem prover. A demo version that will run for 15 minutes at a time may be downloaded from the Web; the site also includes ...more>>

  39. Cipher Challenge - University of Southampton
    A cipher challenge for cryptographers under the age of 19. With solutions and comments about the breaking of sets of encoded messages, or ciphertexts, of increasing difficulties. ...more>>

  40. Circle Drawing Experiment - Thomas Denney
    Draw a figure on the grid by clicking and dragging. Upon release of the mouse button, this JavaScript calculates a "perfect circle" accuracy score by using the sketch's perimeter as the circumference of a perfect circle, and comparing its area to the ...more>>

  41. Circle Formulas (Ask Dr. Math FAQ) - Math Forum
    Formulas for finding the area, perimeter, arc, segment, or sector of a circle. ...more>>

  42. Circle Graph - What Percent? - NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
    This circle graph shows how Jimmy spent his time during the last 24 hours. What percent of time did he spend watching television? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test. ...more>>

  43. Circles and Spheres (The Geometry Junkyard) - David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
    An extensive annotated list of links to material on circles and spheres. ...more>>

  44. Circle Scribe Disk Compass - Bill Harper
    A new instrument for manually exploring shape and space, used to draw diagrams on paper, from cartoon characters to limacons, as well as standard geometric constructions. Unlike toys like spirograph, the Circle Scribe Disk Compass requires some geometrical ...more>>

  45. Circles in Geometry - Lesson Ideas: Math: Geometry; Teachnet.Com
    Whole-class and group activities for teaching circle concepts, pi, circumference, etc. ...more>>

  46. Circles in the Sky - Ivars Peterson; Science News Online
    Detecting the shape of the universe: evidence of a finite, multiply connected universe may show up in microwave data from future spacecraft. ...more>>

  47. Circles of Dissonance - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Much of today's music rests upon ancient tradition going back thousands of years to the time of the Greek mathematician and mystic Pythagoras. The Pythagoreans observed that tones an octave apart are pleasing to the ear. In modern terms, one can say ...more>>

  48. Circles of Light: The Mathematics of Rainbows - Steven Janke; The Geometry Center
    How are rainbows formed? Why do they only occur when the sun is behind the observer? If the sun is low on the horizon, at what angle in the sky should we expect to see a rainbow? This lab helps to answer these and other questions by examining a mathematical ...more>>

  49. Circle Zap - Michael Bulmer
    A Java applet that gathers data on your ability to use a mouse rapidly and accurately, with suggested questions for classroom activities. ...more>>

  50. Circumference of an Ellipse (Ask Dr. Math FAQ) - Math Forum
    A discussion of the derivation of the formula for the circumference of an ellipse. Also discussions of the evaluation of the formula, and approximating the circumference. ...more>>


 
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