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  1. The Big List of Puzzle and Riddle Pages - MindBreakers Associates Inc.
    An annotated list of links to sites with collections of math and word puzzles; also the best puzzles (the files), ranked for coolness and difficulty, with solutions and discussion: Gold for free; Just draw a line...; Turn on a lightbulb; the Wizard and ...more>>

  2. Big Math Attack! - Educational Software
    For PCs, this game includes math solving and metric conversion as well as spelling and typing skills practice. (Spelling section is customizable.) Downloadable evaluation copy available in several versions. ...more>>

  3. BigPictures Index - MacTutor Math History Archives
    An alphabetical list of pictures of mathematicians accompanying the archives. ...more>>

  4. Big Picture: What Does 'Numeracy' Mean? - Iddo Gal
    Numeracy is a term increasingly used in publications aimed at adult educators, yet its meaning and purpose may be unclear. This article briefly examines the importance of numeracy and the implications for those working with the GED Tests. ...more>>

  5. BigPrimes.net - BigPrimes.net
    An archive of primes, plus information on each prime, and on prime numbers in general, number systems, types of numbers, and universal constants. The number cruncher will tell you facts about numbers you submit. ...more>>

  6. The Big Six Skills: Information Skills Instruction - Eisenberg, Berkowitz
    Information and technology literacy programs. Big6 is a systematic approach to information problem-solving, useful whenever an individual has an information-oriented problem. Six skills are listed, with examples for potential uses, a store, a bibliography, ...more>>

  7. Bilingual Mathematics Dictionary / Diccionario Bilingüe de Matemáticas - Norman Koch and Denise Meeks
    An alphabetical list of terms in English with their corresponding Spanish translations, from abacus (el ábaco) to zone (la zona). The purpose of this glossary of math terms is to make readily available in one convenient document a list of terms ...more>>

  8. Bill Cutler Puzzles - Bill Cutler Puzzles, Inc.
    Wooden puzzles for sale: six piece burr puzzles, rectilinear burr puzzles, non-rectilinear burr puzzles, box-filling puzzles, and miscellaneous puzzles. The computer program BCPBOX solves box-packing problems such as pentominoes; GENDA determines how ...more>>

  9. Binomial Coefficients - Jay's Corner
    A binomial is an algebraic expression with two terms, like x + y. When we multiply out the powers of a binomial we can call the result a binomial expansion. Multiplying out an expression is just a matter of using the distributive laws of arithmetic, a(b+c) ...more>>

  10. The Binomial Expansion and Infinite Series - Don Cohen (The Mathman)
    Pascal's triangle of numbers, although named after Pascal, was known much before his time. If there is one piece of mathematics that exhibits many patterns, this is it. There are triangular numbers and tetrahedral numbers, and even the Fibonacci numbers ...more>>

  11. Biografias y Vidas - Biografias y Vidas, S. C. P.
    Biographies in Spanish, including those of mathematicians. Using the advanced search (Buscador Avanzado), search for matematicas in the description. ...more>>

  12. A biographical sketch of Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace - Dr. Betty Toole
    A brief biography and book reference of Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace, one of the most picturesque characters in computer history, who suggested to Babbage a plan that is now regarded as the first "computer program." Also Ada Lovelace's Notes on her translation ...more>>

  13. Biographies Index - MacTutor Math History Archives
    An index of pages on famous mathematicians throughout history, arranged alphabetically or chronologically and searchable by keyword. There is also an index of female mathematicians, and a full alphabetical index. ...more>>

  14. Biographies of Women Mathematicians - Agnes Scott College
    Biographies in alphabetical and chronological order, and related resources on the Web. An ongoing project by students in math classes at Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, Georgia, to illustrate the numerous contributions by women to the field of mathematics. ...more>>

  15. Biography of M. C. Escher - Thames and Hudson's Escher Interactive
    A biography of the well-known, early 20th century artist. Escher's work is famous today for the imaginary worlds he created. He combined bizarre creatures and spatial illusions with craftsmanship and love of detail. Born in Holland in 1898, the son of ...more>>

  16. The Birthday Problem - Math Forum, a Classic Problem from the Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    What if somebody offered to bet that at least two people in your math class had the same birthday? Would you take the bet? How large must a class be to make the probability of finding two people with the same birthday at least 50%? ...more>>

  17. The Birthday Problem (MSTE) - George Reese; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    This activity discusses the probability that there will be at least two matching birthdays in a small group of people. It includes an online program that creates a set of dates at random. Introduction, simulation, questions, an explanation, and a note ...more>>

  18. Birthday Surprises - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    It's rather unlikely that you and I share the same birthday (month and date). The more people you pull into the group, however, the more likely it is that at least two people will have matching dates. Ignoring the minor technicality of leap years, it's ...more>>

  19. BIT-101 Lab - Keith Peters
    Launch BIT-101 Lab to browse Peters' repository of experimental Flash files, many interactive, dating back to 2001. He also provides tutorials on using Flash to simulate gravity, easing, elasticity, perspective, 3D rotation, and "the various little creatures ...more>>

  20. BitArt - Robert J. Krawczyk
    Illustrated introductions to spirolaterals and strange attractors. See a self-running demonstration of a variety of spirolaterals, or generate one of your own and see all the reversals. The link of current exhibits lists installations showing strange ...more>>

  21. bit-player - Brian Hayes
    In Hayes' weblog, the author of the American Scientist Computing Science column elaborates on those articles, posts errata, records notes from conferences in progress, and explores other topics. The blog dates back to January, 2006, and includes articles ...more>>

  22. Bits and Bytes - Brian Metcalfe, Editor; Winnipeg School Division No. 1
    A K-12 education newsletter distributed throughout Winnipeg School Division No. 1 since October 1984. Its focus is to provide educators with tips and techniques to help them integrate technology to enhance learning in their classrooms. The site includes ...more>>

  23. BizMo Diaries - Kirby Urner
    "On the road with global data." This open source developer's blog, which dates back to January, 2005, has included posts on math education, such as "Python for GIS Experts," "Memo to Gnu Math Teachers," "Playing with Blocks," "Story Problems," "Mathematics ...more>>

  24. BizWorld: Real World Math
    BizWorld is a real world math program in which students apply their schoolwork to the world of business. Hands-on activities correlated to National math, economic and social studies standards, lead students through the steps of starting and running businesses. ...more>>

  25. B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper - Bruce P. Pinchbeck and B.J. Pinchbeck
    In 1996, when he was 10, B.J. (and his father) began compiling links to educational websites. The site has grown to conclude hundreds of sites that will help you with your homework, including a page of annotated sites for math and another for computer ...more>>

  26. Blackline Masters - Savetz Publishing, Inc.
    Download free PDFs of black line masters for inch, polar, log, and semi-log grids. ...more>>

  27. Bletchley Park - The Bletchley Park Trust
    Also known as Station X, Bletchley Park is the home of the United Kingdom's Government Code and Cipher School (GC&CS). Read about its history, including decrypting the German Enigma code, Alan Turing's contribution of the "Bombe," and the various huts ...more>>

  28. Blind Childrens Center
    A non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, CA (U.S.) available to blind and partially sighted children regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, religion or ability to pay. Links to programs for infants and pre-schoolers; family ...more>>

  29. Block Scheduling Archive - Teacher Education Center, Academy One
    A professional development discussion: several math teachers share their experiences with block scheduling. ...more>>

  30. Block Scheduling - Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement (CAREI)
    CAREI, part of the College of Education & Human Development of the Univ. of Minnesota, offers information for educators and administrators currently using the block system, as well as for schools considering switching from a schedule having 6, 7 or ...more>>

  31. Block Scheduling Resources - Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District
    A collection of reports and discussions about block scheduling, and links to schools that use it. ...more>>

  32. Block Scheduling: Structuring Time To Achieve National Standards in Mathematics and Science - Bernard Durkin
    The national standards for science and mathematics education call for sufficient instructional time for inquiry-oriented activities, accompanying discussion, and explanations of concepts involved. Several of the standards will require increased time to ...more>>

  33. Blog of a Math Teacher
    A newly minted math teacher reflects on going back to school, the first day of practice teaching, state certification, job hunting, the interview, and more. With archives dating back to July, 2003. ...more>>

  34. Blog of Science - Pierre Far
    A blog started in December, 2005, by a bacterial geneticist to "write about the latest scientific discoveries, explaining them in terms everyone can understand." Far favors topics that "affect people," so blogsci.com tends to feature health and medicine ...more>>

  35. BLOSSOMS - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Learning International Networks Consortium (MIT LINC)
    Video modules that enliven existing curricula with clips and support materials for in-class teachers to intersperse in active, goal-oriented exercises. Each module includes a teacher's guide, downloadable hand-outs, and a list of additional resources; ...more>>

  36. Blue Web'n Learning Sites Library
    Learning Applications: a library of Internet-based instruction. Search for applications by grade level, application type, content area, Dewey number, and/or keyword. A Content Table shows the number of entries for each content area and application type ...more>>

  37. Bob's Pages - Bob Allanson
    A collection of geometry applets. Generate and modify polyhedra, investigate the Mandelbrot and Julia sets, or experiment with Pappus's arbelos, the porisms of Poncelet and Steiner, and a logarithmic spiral. ...more>>

  38. Body Surface Area Calculator - Evelio Perez-Albuerne
    Calculate the surface area of your body (in square meters) from height and mass. ...more>>

  39. Boil, Boil, Toil and Trouble: The International Boiling Point Project - Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE)
    People from all over the world boil water at different elevations and post data to discover which factor in the experiment (room temperature, elevation, volume of water, or heating device) has the greatest influence on boiling point. Anyone can boil water, ...more>>

  40. bontegames - Bart Bonte
    Logic and physics Flash challenges from the independent game designer behind "factory balls" and "sugar, sugar": a blocky christmas, furiosity, 40xEscape, farafalla, 14 locks, and more. ...more>>

  41. Book of Odds - Book of Odds, Inc.
    A dictionary "filled not with words, but with numbers - the odds of everyday life." The Book of Odds "contains hundreds of thousands of Odds Statements, from the odds of being the only one to survive a plane crash, to the odds of having a heart attack, ...more>>

  42. Books and other nonweb resources (History of Mathematics) - David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
    Organizations devoted to the history of Mathematics; a Bibliography of source books; Journals; Bibliographies and catalogues; and Texts on the history of mathematics. ...more>>

  43. Books: Professional & Technical: Education - Amazon.com
    Browse bestselling books about education from the Professional and Technical Bookstore at Amazon.com, in categories such as General; Biographies of Educators; Counseling; Education Theory; Lesson Planning; Preschool & Kindergarten; Reference; Special ...more>>

  44. Boolean Algebra (Encarta Encyclopedia 2008) - Microsoft Encarta Online
    Boolean Algebra, branch of mathematics having laws and properties similar to, but different from, those of ordinary high school algebra. Formally a Boolean algebra is a mathematical system consisting of a set of elements, which may be called B, together ...more>>

  45. Boolify - The Public Learning Media Laboratory
    Visualize the process of searching the web by interacting with the abstract logic concept behind queries -- as jigsaw puzzle pieces of keywords and Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT). Boolify offers a video and several lesson plans in a web search curricula. ...more>>

  46. Boomerang (SMILE) - Wilhelm L. Lilly, Kenwood Academy High School
    A lesson for grades 4-12 designed to teach students to estimate angles in degrees and distances in feet or meters; collect data and analyze a histogram; and (optionally) study gyroscopic precession and aerodynamics. From the Recreational and Creative ...more>>

  47. Border Pattern Gallery - John Wolfe; Geometric Structures Class, Oklahoma State University
    A gallery developed as a class project: creating and classifying border patterns (also called frieze or band patterns) provides an engaging introduction to symmetry for students of all ages. Examples and explanations for seven different border types. ...more>>

  48. Bowland Maths - Bowland Charitable Trust
    Case study problems and lessons designed to develop thinking, reasoning and problem solving skills in UK math pupils ages 11-14. In particular, download series of stand-alone assessment items that challenge students to estimate the number of descendants ...more>>

  49. Boxes and Bags - Aunt Annie's Crafts
    Five projects that are fun to make and teach some basics of geometry: Snowflakes, Geometric Solids, and More Geometric Solids work well in gift wrapping; Flexagons and Tangrams make nice gifts. All of the projects can also be incorporated into lesson ...more>>

  50. Boxplots in Excel - Neville Hunt, Coventry University
    A method for using Microsoft Excel to create boxplots, or box and whisker diagrams, which provide a simple graphical summary of a set of data. Boxplots show a measures of central location (the median), two measures of dispersion (the range and inter-quartile ...more>>


 
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