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  1. Luke Surl Comics - Luke Surl
    Comics by a PhD student in Atmospheric Science who studied chemistry at Cambridge University. Funny drawings about math have included "Finite Simple Group (of Order Two)," "Infinite Crisis," "x-bard," "Magnum Opus," "Your fish is my command," "Baby got ...more>>

  2. Lure of the Labyrinth - Learning Games to Go (LG2G)
    In this free online adventure game, middle-school pre-algebra students rescue their pets, combat mysterious monsters, and embark on whimsical math missions to gain a better understanding of proportions, fractions, and ratios, variables and equations, ...more>>

  3. Lycos Internet Guide
    Web information retrieval and discovery. Searchable index returns URLs and excerpts; or browse major categories: Autos, Business, Careers, Computers, [Education : Areas of Study : Mathematics,] Entertainment, Games, Health, Home/Family, Kids, Money, News, ...more>>

  4. M2C: Maricopa Mathematics Consortium - Alan Jacobs, Project Director
    A Consortium for creating mathematics programs in which students learn the knowledge, skills, principles, and applications they can use throughout life to become smarter employees, consumers, citizens, and learners; and to build a coalition of schools ...more>>

  5. M^3 (Making Math Meaningful) - Mary Bourassa
    Blog by the Director of Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (OAME). Posts by this winner of the NCTM Future Leaders Award date back to April, 2013, and have included "Parabolic Art," "Day -7," "Completing the Square with Algebra Tiles," "MFM2P ...more>>

  6. M4Maths.com
    Tricks, discussion groups, short puzzles, and answers. Subscribe to receive the daily puzzle; solve it fastest for a chance to win prizes. ...more>>

  7. Machines That Eat Your Words (MegaMath) - Nancy Casey; Los Alamos National Laboratory
    An introduction to the concept of finite state machines, and how they are used to design computer systems that will recognize patterns. A finite state machine is an imaginary (or abstract) machine that is used to study and design systems that recognize ...more>>

  8. Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Companies
    Publishers in Education and other fields. See also Glencoe McGraw-Hill, a leading publisher for grades 6-12 (also publishing materials for use in private business, trade and technical schools, and two-year colleges); in particular Glencoe's Mathematics ...more>>

  9. MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive - University of St. Andrews, Scotland
    The premier site on the Web for math history. Major features include biography, history topics, and famous curves indexes; mathematicians of the day, and a site search engine. Also, birthplace maps; anniversaries for the year; chronologies; search suggestions; ...more>>

  10. MadCalc - Richard Anton, MadLogic, Inc.
    MadCalc is a full featured graphing calculator application for PCs running Windows. MadCalc graphs rectangular, parametric, and polar equations; it also plots multiple equations at once. Change the colors of graphs and the background. Download demos or ...more>>

  11. MadMath - Daniel R. Collins
    Blog by a math lecturer at Kingsborough Community College who believes that "Math is a battle. It is a battle that feels like it must be fought ...," and for whom "math isn't beautiful or fun, but it is powerful, and that's what we need from it." Posts, ...more>>

  12. Magako - Samuel Le
    Practice simplifying fractions, adding and subtracting them, expanding and simplifying expressions, and solving linear equations. ...more>>

  13. The Magical Maze: The Natural World and the Mathematical Mind - Prof. Ian Stewart; Mathematics Dept., University of Warwick, UK
    At every step in a mathematical investigation you are faced with choices: some choices lead in fruitful directions, most do not. So mathematics is a maze - a logical maze, a mental maze which attempts to parallel the maze of cause and effect that we observe ...more>>

  14. Magical Methods - Magical Methods Enterprises
    A source for Vedic mathematics, as developed by Pradeep Kumar. Find examples of arithmetic shortcuts for calculating squares, cube roots, multiplication, and division. Play games such as a calculation speed builder; purchase products to prepare for the ...more>>

  15. Magic Cards - Chunsheng Ban
    You see four cards, each with eight numbers. Think of a number from 1 to 15; Check ALL the boxes below the cards that contain your number; Click on the button "What's My Number?"; Your number will be displayed on the screen. Based on an exercise in a ...more>>

  16. Magic Cube 4D - Melinda Green, Don Hatch, and E. Jay Berkenbilt
    MagicCube4D is a four-dimensional Rubik's cube -- an exact analogy in four dimensions to the original plastic three dimensional puzzle. Download the Java applet or pacakges for UNIX, Linux, or C++ source code. ...more>>

  17. The Magic Hexagon - Frank R. Kschischang
    A diameter-5 magic hexagon. Each integer from 1 to 19 appears exactly once, and the sum of the numbers along any column or diagonal is the same. ...more>>

  18. Magic Math Kingdom - Nippon Educational Software Laboratory
    Magic Math Kingdom is math game software, in which kids solve elementary math problems in order to rescue a frog princess. Also available is the Internet Geometry Education Tool O-MAIL. With O-MAIL, students can learn geometry by manipulating lines or ...more>>

  19. The MagicMazes at CONK! Hard Maze - Don Dodson
    Mazes randomly generated on the fly for you to print out and solve. Reloading the page instantly produces a new maze. An easier maze is also available. ...more>>

  20. The Magic of Math - magicofmath.org
    Communicate and share the delight of mathematics. Talk to a math whiz about how math makes the world go round, get pointers on how to figure out a math problem, or just chat about math by sharing cool ideas, original math jokes, poems, riddles, art, problems ...more>>

  21. Magic of Perfect Shuffles - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    S. Brent Morris likes to say that he's the only person with a doctorate in card shuffling. A mathematician at the National Security Agency (the world's largest employer of mathematicians) in Fort Meade, MD, he is also a showman, specializing in card tricks. ...more>>

  22. Magic Square Puzzle - Dubi Kaufmann
    In this Shockwave activity, the goal is to arrange jigsaw puzzle pieces numbered 0 through 15 on a four by four grid so that the sum of each row and column is equal to 30. Explorer preferred. ...more>>

  23. Magic Squares - Alan W. Grogono
    The Magic Carpet approach to understanding magic squares. Underlying many of the small sized pan-magic squares there is the simplest of patterns - best likened to a magic carpet - which can be endlessly repeated in all directions and can be sampled to ...more>>

  24. Magic Squares, Magic Stars & Other Patterns - Harvey Heinz
    A large collection of material on magic squares, cubes, hypercubes, stars, and other 'magic' objects. Also pages on other number patterns. The purpose of this site is to show that mathematics can be fun. Subjects demonstrated include algebra, patterns, ...more>>

  25. Magic Squares - Mark S. Farrar
    Pages about Magic Squares, much of the information from Farrar's book. Contents include: What Is A Magic Square?; History; Magic Total; Odd Magic Squares; 4 x 4 Magic Squares; Unusual Magic Squares; References; Magic Square Links; Magic Square Photographs. ...more>>

  26. Magic Squares: Math, History, Geography - Suzanne Alejandre
    Designed primarily for middle school and older elementary school students, this Math Forum Web unit includes classroom activities for four different squares: Lo Shu, Sator, Dürer, and Franklin, three of them demonstrating increasing complexity using ...more>>

  27. Magic Squares - Mutsumi Suzuki
    Information about magic squares, organized into the following categories: Database, Algorithms, Mathematical Background, Story and/or History, Links, Related Topics, Photographs, E-mail, Literature. The magic squares pages, currently hosted by the Math ...more>>

  28. Magische Quadrate - Holger Danielsson
    History, definitions, magic sums, transformations, properties, and more. Danielsson provides Flash that uses Hendricks' method to construct your own magic squares: odd, even, double-even, single-even, composite, concentric, most-perfect, bimagic, pandiagonals, ...more>>

  29. Maisonet Math - Shane Maisonet
    This website provides math worksheets in pdf form for public download. Online quizzes also provide instant feedback to indicate level of mastery. Online videos of various math concepts are also available. ...more>>

  30. Make-a-Flake - Barkley Interactive
    Make your own snowflakes online: use the Flash-powered scissors to cut along the edges of a folded piece of virtual paper. Preview the unfolded results along the way; when ready, save your design to the gallery, where you may view and download plans for ...more>>

  31. Make it Happen! - Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)
    An approach that aims to improve middle school education for students with diverse learning abilities. Interdisciplinary teams of teachers design and implement inquiry-based I-Search Units and integrate technology in meaningful ways to benefit students. ...more>>

  32. Make It Real Learning Company - Frank Wilson
    The Make It Real Learning library features more than 100 math worksheets focused specifically on answering the question, "When am I ever going to use this?" The site addresses math topics ranging from fraction addition to partial derivatives. Their free ...more>>

  33. Make Math More - Make Math More, LLC.
    Activities, lesson plans, extensions, teacher guides, student worksheets, and other materials created and sold by a Cleveland middle school teacher to engage his students by making math relevant to their lives: "Probability of Rock Paper Scissors"; "Creating ...more>>

  34. Make Your Own Chinese Calendar - Zhuo Meng
    "The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar based on the motions of the sun and the moon as observed on the earth. It is necessary to add a leap month once in a while and the rules for adding a leap month is not simple. The result is that few people ...more>>

  35. Making a Better Calendar (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan; Christian Science Monitor
    Our current calendar divides the 365-day year into 12 months, or 52 weeks plus one extra day. Find a better calendar system. For example, are 7-day weeks best? Is there any way to avoid needing a new calendar every year? ...more>>

  36. Making Ice Cream (SMILE) - Vickie Townsend, Crown Fine Arts Community Academy
    A lesson for grades 5-8 designed to teach students to change a recipe to arrive at the amount of each ingredient needed to serve a given number of people; explore, observe, examine, measure and mix the ingredients provided; and convert metric units to ...more>>

  37. Making Math Easy
    Home-based math workbooks to purchase that teach the math topics found in the new math standards. Every lesson covers a specific topic that the California State Board of Education expects a child to know in the upcoming year. Pre-Algebra topics include ...more>>

  38. Making Mathematicians - Holly Young
    Lessons, activities, book recommendations, and more from a Nevada educator who provides professional development on the "ACE" method (Answer the question; Cite details, show computation; Explain all steps) of answering constructed response questions. ...more>>

  39. Making Math Fun - Robert Greenlee
    Sample a hundred different math games, worksheets, PowerPoints, and teacher resources in PDF format from the collection of 700 that Robert Greenlee sells as a CD. ...more>>

  40. Making of America Books - University of Michigan
    This digital library of primary sources in American social history includes dozens of schoolbooks on arithmetic and other mathematical subjects that date to the antebellum period through reconstruction. Search or browse scanned graphics or transcribed ...more>>

  41. Making Polyhedra - Jan Garner
    Exercises on constructing polyhedra. Introduction, Triangular Face Exercise, Regular Polyhedra. Also polyhedra links on the Web. ...more>>

  42. Making Predictions (SMILE) - Lucille Chambers, Lyman Trumbull School
    A lesson designed to teach students at any level to classify and make predictions as they learn about ecology and plant life. From the Practical and Applied Math section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics ...more>>

  43. Making Tracks towards Area - Chris, Jessie, Avie, Paul, and Luke, South Decatur Junior-Senior High School; ThinkQuest 2003
    The winners of the ThinkQuest USA 2003 contest for the state of Indiana present information about finding the area of circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, and other polygons. After exploring those pages, students can test their knowledge by selecting ...more>>

  44. Malba Tahan - André de Faria Pereira Neto
    Site oficial da família e dos admiradores de Malba Tahan, pseudônimo do professor de matemática Julio César de Mello e Souza. Bibliografia, fotos, documentos, e mais sobre o autor do O Homem que calculava, Matemática ...more>>

  45. Mancala Snails - RocketSnail Games
    A Mancala game with a twist: the pebbles are in the shape of a snail. Play online or download a version for Windows. ...more>>

  46. Mancala Web - Brian Casey, Imagiware, Inc.
    An ancient, challenging game. Mancala is played with seven pits - six playing pits plus one score pit, the Kalaha, per player. At the beginning of the game, each of the (12) playing pits contains 3 seeds (or beads or stones or balls or whatever). To play, ...more>>

  47. Mandelbrot and Julia Set Explorer - David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
    Modify Mandelbrot and Julia set images by adjusting the (x,y) sets of the pictures; then explore what you have created. Background information and detailed instructions for how to modify the image is provided, in addition to links to other images, reference ...more>>

  48. Mandelbrot Exhibition - J. P. Bowen; Virtual Museum of Computing
    Links to to material on Mandelbrot sets and related fractals. Historical background; introduction to the Julia and Mandelbrot sets; interactive explorers and generators of images; movies and galleries; and an Image Archive. ...more>>

  49. Mandelbrot Home Page - Chaffey High School
    Information and fractal links to sites about the Mandelbrot Set. Questions and Answers: When did the mandelbrot surface? Who found the thing? How does the Mandelbrot come to form? What is iteration? Does the mandelbrot come from an equation? Where can ...more>>

  50. The Mandelbrot Set and Julia Sets - Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, SUNY Binghamton, NY
    A collection of pages written about the Mandelbrot set and its associated Julia set: What is the Mandelbrot set? (Iterated functions, Julia sets, The shape of the Mandelbrot and Julia sets); The significance of the Mandelbrot set; A catalog of images ...more>>


 
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