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  1. Miss Lindquist: The Tutor - Neil Heffernan
    A free Web tutoring system for middle school and high school students concentrating on writing expressions for algebra word problems. Teachers can assign portions of this site for homework, students can get help as they do their homework, and progress ...more>>

  2. MistaMath - Roger Vanderlely
    Tutorials, advice, worksheets, and narrated screencast videos for learning the basics, fractions, and algebra: adding integers, learning multiplication tables, factor trees, exponents, definition of exponents, adding exponents, subtracting exponents, ...more>>

  3. Mister Goodmath's 'Cool' Challenges of the Week - Mike Rooney; Welleby Elementary School, Sunrise, Florida
    More than 30 challenge problems, with hints but no solutions. Join "Gator" and pack your bag for an incredible journey through real life challenges. The first problem listed on the menu is always the most current challenge being attacked by Welleby students ...more>>

  4. Mistry Maths - Manoj Mistry
    Free and fee PowerPoint UK KS3 and KS4 lessons, planned with OFSTED grading criteria. ...more>>

  5. Modes of Thinking - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    Mathematics is verbal for it's a language, and it is abstract for in its heart one finds proofs and axiomatizations. It is symbolic, rational, logical, and, nowadays, it is very digital. These are all indications that mathematics is firmly entrenched ...more>>

  6. Modularity in Art - Slavik Jablan, Mathematical Institute, Belgrade
    Jablan uses the word "modularity" to refer to the process of making art by repeating a simple block, tile, or motif to make a more complicated design, by symmetry/reflection and/or tessellation. This site includes a paper on such art and its math, linked ...more>>

  7. Modules de mathématiques - Gilles Desbiens; Centre collégial de formation à distance (Québec, Canada)
    Révision des notions acquises au secondaire, avec la collaboration du Groupe Vidéotron ltée. Ensembles et fractions; exposants et factorisation; équations et inéquations; fonctions algébriques, équations ...more>>

  8. The Money Game: World School Investment Challenge - Von Kaay Capital Network Inc., Ontario, Canada
    A contest for schools (with a separate contest for high school seniors) that allows you to manage an investment portfolio. Classes or schools whose portfolios make the most money win some real money for their school. Find out the details and read the ...more>>

  9. Montpelier Portfolio Program (Mathematics) - Montpelier Public Schools
    A site that invites students to use creative strategies to solve story questions. Students choose a problem to solve and send in the solution, showing how they found it; assessments of their efforts are returned via e-mail. Questions to help guide students ...more>>

  10. Monty Hall Dilemma - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A full discussion (including simulation) of the famous "three doors" problem, also known as the Game Show problem. ...more>>

  11. The Monty Hall Problem - Math Forum, a Classic Problem from the Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    Let's Make a Deal: If you're shown a goat behind the second of three doors, should you stay with your first choice or switch? ...more>>

  12. Moogie Math
    Windows software designed to prepare students for the Ohio 4th and 9th Grade Mathematics Proficiency Test. Other states can also be accomodated (specifically, Texas, Florida, and Nevada). Downloadable and online demos. Includes ideas for funding resources ...more>>

  13. Moogie on the Net! - Joseph Emanuel, Emanuel Software
    Commercial drill and diagnostic software where the numbers always change. Not meant to instruct students or to present them with new material, but rather, to help them learn the process of solving problems. Software aligned to national and numerous state ...more>>

  14. Morley's Pursuit of Incidence - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    With all the geometric context of his theory (applets are provided for explorations), Morley's method is purely algebraic, founded on the theory of complex numbers. Curves are mappings x = f(t) from the unit circle. x = X + iY, where X and Y are the plane ...more>>

  15. Morley's Redux and More - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    In 1998 Alain Connes - a French Fields medalist - published a new proof of Morley's theorem (the three points of intersection of the adjacent trisectors of the angles of any triangle form an equilateral triangle). ...more>>

  16. Most-perfect Pandiagonal Magic Squares - Kathleen Ollerenshaw and David Brée
    A companion site to the book, which gives a method of construction and enumeration of all pandiagonal magic squares of a class known as Most-perfect. Pandiagonal magic squares have the integers in all rows, all columns, and all diagonals (including the ...more>>

  17. MOTIVATE - Univ. of Cambridge, UK
    MOTIVATE is a project incorporating a series of videoconferences, run by the Millennium Mathematics Project at Cambridge. The objectives of MOTIVATE are: to enrich the mathematical experience of school students, to broaden their mathematical horizons, ...more>>

  18. Motivating Math - Robert Bunge
    A math help site focusing on basic math through introductory algebra. Suitable for secondary students and adult learners. Includes tutorials, Java-based tools, and pedagogical ideas behind the presentation. ...more>>

  19. Mount Everest Math Puzzles - Paula Fleischer; Peachland Avenue Elementary School, Newhall, CA
    Kids (or grownups) answer math questions and get passwords that allow them into 'camps' higher and higher on Mt. Everest until they reach the summit. At each camp they find photos of the mountain and climbers, and tackle progressively more complex math ...more>>

  20. M Puzzle: a Math Line Puzzle - Math Forum
    Construct nine triangles by drawing three straight lines through a capital M. Questions, hint, solution. ...more>>

  21. Mr. Hoffman's Home Page - Jim Hoffman
    Assignments, notes, exams and interactive vocabulary quizzes (with answer keys) from Hoffman's own math and two-dimensional computer animation high school classes. These materials are based on Saskatchewan Provincial Curriculum, and include Math 9, Math ...more>>

  22. Mr. Kelley's AP Calculus Home Page - Mike Kelley
    A teacher-made site that allows students to answer middle and high school math questions from people all over the world. Also an archive of past problems of the week, rated by difficulty. ...more>>

  23. Mr. Martini's Classroom: Math Practice
    Flash cards for drill. Press the check to select 5, 10, 25, 50, or 100 card self-evaluation. Miminum verbage to make it accessible to non-English speakers. Works best with later versions of IE but should work well with W3C Mozilla based browsers. ...more>>

  24. Mr. Math Puzzler - Young Saint Louis.com
    A regular feature from the monthly YoungSaintLouis.com. Postmark answers by the 15th of the month for recognition and the chance to win prizes such as gift certificates. Mr. Math Puzzler is Wayne Hesse, a math teacher at Green Park Lutheran School, who ...more>>

  25. Mr. Myers' Classroom - Nathan Myers
    Read the puzzle of the week and then submit your answers online. Other "brain busters" include matrix logic puzzles, featuring ready-made charts. Explore and identify fraction bars with JavaScript, or geometry with Java applets. Also, fact sheets and ...more>>

  26. Mrnussbaum.com - Greg Nussbaum
    Mrnussbaum's Math Lab has games such as Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop; Smart Poll; Cash Out (for practice making change); and Tackle Math Ball, Math Speed, Buffalo Math, and Math Fries (all timed games for practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing). ...more>>

  27. Mrs. Cantey - Susan Cantey
    Resources for pre-calculus and calculus, from a teacher at Walnut Hills HS in Cincinnati, Ohio. Advice, information, practice problems, quizzes, and more. ...more>>

  28. Mrs. Cortes' Teacher Resources - Aida Cortes
    Colorful monthly math calendars, available in Spanish and English, for interactive white board use (Activeboard™ and Smartboard™). Each seasonally appropriate template, created by a first grade North Carolina teacher native to Colombia, includes ...more>>

  29. Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies - Gisele Glosser
    Interactive math lessons that work online and offline in a Web browser, and provide immediate feedback to students, with in addition Worksheets (on circumference and area; exponents; expressions and equations; integers; Ocean Math; order of operations; ...more>>

  30. Mr. Talbot's Mathematics Page - Roger Talbot; Detroit Catholic Central
    Problem of the week (Algebra 2, Pre-calculus and Calculus), solutions to the 1999 AP Calculus BC Exam, and a selection of sample tests, quizzes, worksheets, labs, and links. ...more>>

  31. M@ths en Prép@ - Jean-Michel Ferrard; Lycée du Park, Lyon
    Pour les élèves des classes préparatoires scientifiques, un abrégé du cours de mathématiques, une collection d'exercices et de problèmes corrigés, et une introduction à Maple. Math taught ...more>>

  32. Mudd Math Fun Facts - Francis E. Su; Mathematics Dept., Harvey Mudd College
    A site developed as a resource for professors wishing to enrich their courses with mathematical 'fun facts': more than 100 5-minute math tidbits that can be used at the beginning of class to get students interested in mathematics. They are best used in ...more>>

  33. The Mult Applet - Philip Lin
    A Java applet for practicing multiplication tables. Tables from 2 to 9 are scrambled and displayed with blanks for the answers. Enter your answers; if you miss any, you get a chance to correct them. If you get them all right the first time, the applet ...more>>

  34. Multicultural Math Fair - Suzanne Alejandre, Frisbie Middle School
    Twenty-nine percent of Frisbie's student population is Limited English Proficient; Arabic, Cambodian, Chinese, German, Indonesian, Korean, Philipino, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Samoan, Spanish, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, and Urdu are represented. In 1993-94 ...more>>

  35. Multimagic squares - carrés multimagiques - Christian Boyer
    Multimagic squares are magic squares that remain magic after their numbers are raised to various powers. The largest multimagic square currently known is Boyer-Viricel's pentamagic square, to the 5th power. ...more>>

  36. Multiplication of Decimals - H. B. Meyer, Faust-Gymnasium Staufen (Mhb)
    Interactive training: multiplication of decimals (requires JavaScript). The user has to fill in boxes with proper digits to practice the multiplication algorithm. Problems may be posed either by the user or by the computer. A German version is available. ...more>>

  37. Multiplication Tips - Calculation Tips & Tricks, The Math Forum
    Tips contributed by students for multiplying by 5, 9, and 11. ...more>>

  38. Multiply! - Dani Kenli
    Enter your name and press the "Click to start" button, then key in the products indicated to compete in this self-described "International Multiplication Championship," which ranks your speed and accuracy in a table of the world's multipliers. Refresh ...more>>

  39. Murderous Maths - Kjartan Poskitt et al.
    Contents, descriptions of characters, updates, and "extra bits" for the books Murderous Maths; The Essential Arithmetricks; Desperate Measures; Do You Feel Lucky?; Vicious Circles and other Savage Shapes; The Phantom X; The Fiendish Angletron; The GCSE ...more>>

  40. The Music of the Primes - Marcus du Sautoy
    An article on the Riemann Hypothesis, "the greatest unsolved problem of mathematics." ...more>>

  41. MX4002: Algorithms - Ian Craw and John Pulham; University of Aberdeen
    Lecture notes, tutorial sheets, exams, and other material provided for a course on algorithms with the objective of exposing the student to a small number of typical methods from a range of different contexts, so as to reveal the type of thinking that ...more>>

  42. My GRE Tutor
    Includes hundreds of math questions, ranging from elementary arithmetic to geometry. Answers to questions are fully explained, and the complete GRE practice tests contain math questions, too. Free; login required. ...more>>

  43. MyiMaths - MyiMaths Ltd
    A teaching resource comprised of hundreds of interactive lessons, each with dynamically generated activities, games, tools, and questions. See samples and reviews before purchasing a subscription. ...more>>

  44. My Magic Square - Michael Dormann
    Enter a number from 23 to 100, then press the calculate button to see a completed 4x4 magic square, of which any row, column, diagonal, the center square, and the four corners each sums to the number entered. ...more>>

  45. My Math Forum - Julien Santini
    Discussion forums that concentrate on college and high school mathematics. Santini posts PDFs of two Weekly Problems, one intended for advanced high school students, the other for college students. See also his "250 Solved Problems," with downloadable ...more>>

  46. MyMathTutor.com - Charles Patrick McKeague
    A web-based eLearning resource that supplements traditional textbook and classroom learning. Before signing up for this fee-based service, demo one of their RealPlayer video tutorials, which show how to solve math problems. Each lesson includes a practice ...more>>

  47. MyTestBook.com
    Standards-based tests and worksheets for grades 1-5. Free registration required. Worksheet generator for teachers. ...more>>

  48. MyWeblets.com - Math Worksheets for Kids - MyWeblets.com
    Free math worksheets for kids--both pre-made and randomly generated, with optional answer key. ...more>>

  49. A Nameless Number - Len Smiley
    Triangle-free polygon dissections are a variant of the dissection questions of Catalan, Schroeder, and others: In a convex (n+2)-gon with n+2 labeled nodes, what is a(n), the number of ways of drawing non-intersecting diagonals so that no triangles are ...more>>

  50. Napoleon's Theorem - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    On the sides of a triangle construct equilateral triangles (outer or inner Napoleon triangles). Napoleon's theorem states that the centers of the three outer Napoleon triangles form another equilateral triangle. The statement also holds for the three ...more>>


 
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