 www4teachers
A center for practical ideas about technology in education. Articles published online, updated monthly: teacher interviews on firsthand classroom technology; interviews with educational technology leaders; interviews with kids; howto columns on classroom
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 www.MonteCarloSimulations.org  The Monitor Group, Inc.
A resource library for planners interested in learning more about Monte Carlo and other tools to deal with uncertainty. Read "What is Monte Carlo?" and "Why Monte Carlo?" Find events, literature, software, and more.
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 WWW Resources for Teaching Statistics  Robin Lock; Mathematics Dept., St. Lawrence Univ., Canton, NY
A paper presented at Technology in Statistics Education, a 1998 conference for teachers sponsored by the Boston Chapter of the American Statistical Association. Its purpose is to direct readers to typical statistics instruction support sites on the WWW.
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 XGC: an eXtension of Goldbach's Conjecture  Andrea Ercolino
XGC is based on a new version of the Eratosthenes' Sieve. GC: Every natural n = 2*k, where k >= 3, is the sum of 2 odd primes. XGC(c,m): Every natural n = m*k, where k >= c + m, is the sum of m numbers belonging to the Euclid(c,m) set. Includes
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 Xmorphia  Roy Williams
Pattern formation from differential equations  an exhibition of images and movies. Morphogenesis from a ReactionDiffusion System: Xmorphia is intended to show the variety of patterns that may be exhibited by a relatively simple parabolic partial differential
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 (x+y)?  Jim Loy
Some people might guess that (x+y)^2=x^2+y^2. But we know that: (x+y)^2 = x^2+2xy+y^2. How do we know that? An application of the distributive law with an illustration and a magic trick...
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 You Already Use Metric  Jim Loy
Cases where the metric system is already in use in the United States.
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 Youth Accounts  FORUM Credit Union
Financial literacy games, stories, activities, articles, calculators, videos, and other resources  each set to a musical soundtrack  for learning about finance. Children aged 27 learn with Flip and Flop the frogs; eight to twelve yearolds, with
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 Yuri Matiyasevich
Yuri Matiyasevich is best known for finding a negative solution to Hilbert's Tenth Problem, which has applications to the theory of algorithms, algebra, number theory, model theory, proof theory, and theoretical computer science. As well as information
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 Zebragraph  Jonathan Choate
Download Choate's conference speeches, lecture notes, and other resources such as his Exeter courses and talks. "Enriching the Traditional Geometry Curriculum Syllabus" features the Problem of Regiomontanus. Investigations include the tetrahedral geometry
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 Zeno's Paradox  Jim Loy
Among the most famous of Zeno's "paradoxes" involves Achilles and the tortoise, who are going to run a race. Achilles, being confident of victory, gives the tortoise a head start. Zeno supposedly proves that Achilles can never overtake the tortoise. A
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 Zeroing In on Catalan's Conjecture  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
Preda Mihailescu of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich has
proved a theorem that is likely to lead to a solution of Catalan's conjecture, a
venerable problem involving relationships among whole numbers (in 1844, Catalan asserted that,
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 ZhiWei Sun's Home Page  ZhiWei Sun
Prof. ZhiWei Sun works in the field of combinatorial number theory. Some of his papers and some surveys for nonexperts are available in postscript form from this page.
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 Zoltan Dienes' Web Site  Zoltan Dienes
"Math through play" from a developer of psychomathematics, multibase blocks, and the sixstage theory of learning mathematics. Freely download PDFs of Dienes' Ruritania stories and math games such as Strip Mathematics, Circular Villages, Six Stages with
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