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  1. Math24.net - Alex Svirin
    Hundreds of calculus problems solved, step-by-step: limits and continuity, differentiation, integration, sequences and series, double integrals, triple integrals, line integrals, surface integrals, and Fourier series. ...more>>

  2. Math500.com - Joe Cunningham
    Self-guided problems to solve with automated feedback based on the strategy you select from among the multiple choices presented at each step, or upon the intermediate calculation you enter. Worked examples provide additional step-by-step support. Choose ...more>>

  3. MATH-abundance - Johan Claeys
    An upper-secondary math tutorial, with topics in order, each building on the previous topic. Includes solved and unsolved problems and links to other tutorials, problems, and math sites. ...more>>

  4. Math Advantage - Harcourt Brace School Publishers
    Java and Shockwave activities (for individual or cooperative group work), sorted by grade level (K through 8); and parent/teacher features within each activities list, with further activities. The main site, the Learning Site, also offers parent and teacher ...more>>

  5. Math Adventures - George Gadanidis
    Site for MathMania magazine, published four times yearly. It was originally published from 1989-1992, and was revived in 1999. February and April issues from 1999 are available free. The site also offers activity books, games, software, and a book on ...more>>

  6. Math Alive - Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton University
    Materials from a course designed for those who have not had college mathematics but would like to understand some of the mathematical concepts behind important modern applications. Interactive "virtual labs" address cryptography; error correction and ...more>>

  7. Math and Problem-Solving - Dan Rosard
    This site offers help with procedures, particularly in areas which have been observed to cause problems to some students; and unstructured problems with clues and questions. The first problem attempts to emulate the thinking used in the development of ...more>>

  8. Math and Science: Recommended Books (Natural Math) - Maria Droujkova and Dmitri Droujkov
    An annotated list of books in alphabetical order by author, selected because they are pleasant to read, have valuable math or math education content, are respectful to students, and are accessible to a broad audience. Books may be purchased online through ...more>>

  9. Math and the Art of M. C. Escher - Anneke Bart and Bryan Clair with Steve Harris, Saint Louis University
    Online materials covering Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry as well as some other topics. It is intended to support a mathematics course at the level of college algebra, with topics taken from the mathematics implied by Escher's artwork. The website ...more>>

  10. MathArguments180.com
    Subtitled "180 Days of Ideas for Discussion in Math Class," this blog of prompts dates back to January, 2014 with posts such as "Improperly Canceling Fractions," "Order of Operations is Wrong," and "Why 360?" ...more>>

  11. Math-A-Thon - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    Students participating in a Math-A-Thon obtain sponsors and earn prizes by completing "funbooks" of math problems such as hidden messages, puzzles, and pure arithmetic operations. Proceeds from this supplemental math program build an endowment fund to ...more>>

  12. Math Awareness Month (MAM) - Joint Policy Board for Mathematics (JPBM)
    Mathematics Awareness Month - formerly Math Awareness Week (MAW) - is held each April to increase public understanding of and appreciation for mathematics. Since 1991, yearly themes and activities at the local, state, and regional levels have included ...more>>

  13. mathbabe - Cathy O'Neil
    "Exploring and venting about quantitative issues." Blog posts, which date back to June, 2011, have included "K-Nearest Neighbors: dangerously simple," "Cool math books," "Women in math," "Mathematicians know how to admit they're wrong," and "Why log returns?" ...more>>

  14. Math Basics
    Online drills in the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), using adaptive practice so that only the problems still giving trouble are repeated. ...more>>

  15. Math Basics (1,2,3 ... to Pre-Algebra) - Kids Gotta Learn
    A subscription-based online service offering assessment tests for basic math skills, and worksheets addressing those areas. Topics are listed on the site with sample tests and worksheets, and a video describes the product. Subscriptions are available ...more>>

  16. Mathbiz.com - Joseph Cunningham
    Free interactive math problems. An "electronic tutor" gives you step-by-step instructions for each problem, which you must answer before proceeding. ...more>>

  17. Math Blaster - Knowledge Adventure, Inc.
    Hub for the Math Blaster outer space-based Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game. Free math resources include activities, practice, worksheets, and problems. ...more>>

  18. MathBlues.com - Rafiq Ladhani
    Step-by-step explanations and worked problems "all about the new SAT." Browse the weekly articles by topics such as algebra, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and "math art." This SAT preparation site for students also includes message boards, weekly ...more>>

  19. Math Camp - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    For four weeks [in 1996], 98 students housed at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA) mixed mathematics with field trips, tennis, swimming, volleyball, and a host of other activities. It was a unique summer camp that kept them busy listening to lectures, ...more>>

  20. MathCaptain - mathcaptain.com, Inc.
    Chat tutoring services in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, number systems, and statistics. With free online primers and solved examples. ...more>>

  21. Math Cats - Wendy Petti
    A site for children that promotes open-ended and playful explorations of important math concepts, and more serious reflection on topics such as Hurricane Katrina. Start with the magic chalkboard, then enter Math Cats MicroWorlds (interactive projects); ...more>>

  22. Math Challenge - Whitehousekids.gov
    A new challenge is posted each Monday for students in elementary, middle, and high school. Type in your numerical answer, and the site checks it for you. Also see the Open Challenge and the archive of past problems, which date back to August, 2004, and ...more>>

  23. Math Club - Mary Kathryn Eisemann, Tomasz Jan Klosowski, Micjal Andrzej Zabicki--ThinkQuest 2000
    Brief tutorials, puzzles, and brain teasers for students aged 12-17. Some topics include: equations, trigonometry, geometry, set theory, logic, and induction. The games range from mazes to magic squares to Victorian parlor games. Students may log in ...more>>

  24. MATHCOUNTS - MATHCOUNTS Foundation
    A national math coaching and competition program that promotes 7th and 8th grade math achievement through grass-roots involvement in every U.S. state and several territories. At the beginning of each school year, the MATHCOUNTS Foundation distributes, ...more>>

  25. MathCracker.com
    Online solvers and graphing tools to create scatter plots, calculate mean and standard deviation, and draw pie charts on the web. MathCracker.com also provides statistics tutorials, lessons, and worked math problems, solved step by step. See, in particular, ...more>>

  26. Math Day - University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    An annual "day of fast-paced mathematics" for high school students hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Department of Mathematics since 1990. See multiple-choice and essay problems from the individual competition, named PROBE ("Problems Requiring ...more>>

  27. MathDEN: Mathematics Resource for the Home and Classroom - ACT360 Media Ltd.
    To explore this site, use guest as username and password. MathDEN presents a new set of competition-level questions every Thursday. From the MathDEN homepage, click on the Stage that best matches your math abilities: Stage 1 (Grades 7-8); Stage 2 (Grades ...more>>

  28. MATH DITTOS 2 (Arithmetic Software) - Wood
    The MATH DITTOS 2 series is a fact-supported approach to teaching computation designed for special learners by a career elementary schoolteacher. Each page in the series presents a limited number of problems with some workspace. The facts necessary to ...more>>

  29. Math - Donna Young
    Manipulatives, graph paper, and worksheets to print and reproduce for home or classroom use: coordinate grids, clocks for math, charts for math, triangular math facts cards, play money, math drill sheets, fraction manipulatives, unit multipliers, and ...more>>

  30. Math-Drills.Com - Peter Waycik
    Free addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division drill sheets for students, parents, and educators. ...more>>

  31. MathDrills - Elias and Daniel E. Saab
    Math drills with randomly generated problems, with details and hints and scores kept. Types of drills include problems on distance, speed, and time; job completion; roots of polynomials; percentage word problems; arithmetic attack; fraction attack; bases; ...more>>

  32. Mathe Board - Math Community
    A German Community helping mathematics students. With discussion board, puzzles, and more. ...more>>

  33. Math eBooks - Alex Svirin
    Math eBooks offers solved problem guides on a variety of topics in Calculus: Techniques of Differentiation; Techniques of Integration; Infinite Sequences and Series. May be purchased online (PDF format). ...more>>

  34. Math Education Page - Henri Picciotto
    Math education articles by the author, with an emphasis on algebra. A New Algebra: Tools, Themes, Concepts, an article that summarizes the pedagogical and curricular thinking behind ATTC; Early Mathematics: A Proposal for New Directions, a chapter in ...more>>

  35. Mathemagic Activities - Cyberspace Middle School (CMS)/Larry Dennis, Florida State University.
    Tricks based on simple mathematics, but which to those who don't understand the mathematics may seem magical. Since these tricks are based on mathematics, they are relatively easy to do and are pretty close to foolproof. Book recommendations and trick ...more>>

  36. Mathemania
    Basic math primers enlivened with relevant videos and games. ...more>>

  37. Mathematical Analysis for Beginners in Mathematics and Engineering - Vladimir M. Miklyukov
    A set of lectures and sample test questions, in Russian language with English captions. ...more>>

  38. Mathematical Circles Topics - Tom Davis
    Mathematical Circles are for students of high school age or younger who want to increase their abilities to reason about mathematical problems. Students who study in circles learn to do mathematical olympiad-style problems (essay or proofs, not quick ...more>>

  39. Mathematical Connections - Brian R. Sears
    A collection of more than 20 well-known problems (with solutions), and Sine Wave, a set of essays on "the aesthetic aspects of mathematics." ...more>>

  40. Mathematical Droodles - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    Droodles were invented by Roger Price in 1950s. These were rather abstract drawings of few lines accompanied by an implicit question "What is it?" A punch line the author's answer made the drawings obvious. A mathematical droodle is a visual object ...more>>

  41. Mathematical Entertainment - Eric Hiob, British Columbia Institute of Technology
    Instructions for building a pinball table that demonstrates Pascal's Triangle. Also, notes on the Travelling Salesman Problem; Finding Areas Using the Monte Carlo Method; Important Numbers (pi and e); the Inside or Outside Problem; and the Roller Coaster ...more>>

  42. Mathematical Games, Toys, and Puzzles - Jeff Erickson
    Combinatorial Games (Game Theory and Game Theorists, Actual Games); Other Fun Math; Silly Math. Links to pages on the Web with information about all of these subjects and more. ...more>>

  43. Mathematical Induction - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A brief discussion of mathematical induction, with proof, and other examples also proven by mathematical induction, including: Splitting piles; Continued Fractions; Linear Functions; Groups of Permutations; Inequality between arithmetic and geometric ...more>>

  44. Mathematical Induction - José Espinosa
    A page of uncommon mathematical induction problems, most closely connected with number theory. Some properties may be proved in different ways. A version in Spanish is also available. ...more>>

  45. Mathematical Maelstrom - Chris Bolton, Pluto Puzzles
    Cross-number puzzles that test the solver's mathematical and logical powers. ...more>>

  46. The Mathematical Problems of David Hilbert - David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
    Text of Hilbert's address of 1900 to the International Congress of Mathematicians in Paris, in which he outlined 23 major mathematical problems to be studied in the coming century. Hilbert's address was more than a collection of problems. It outlined ...more>>

  47. Mathematical Problems - Torsten Sillke
    Some in German, most in English. Topics include graph theory, number theory, combinatorics (enumerations), geometry, algorithms and complexity, recreational mathematics, tiling and packing, dissections, probability, algebra, analysis. Also links to "Math-News" ...more>>

  48. Mathematical Tale Winds - Jerry Ameis; Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg
    Elementary school children can be encouraged to solve mathematical problems by embedding routine and non-routine mathetical problems in short and long stories. Notes for teachers and parents are included. Contents: Concept stories (use to help develop ...more>>

  49. The Mathematical Tourist - Ivars Peterson
    "Cool stuff" that Peterson, the Director of Publications and Communications at the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), encounters while "browsing the world of mathematics and computer science: new developments in math and its applications, old ...more>>

  50. The Mathematician in the Desert (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    A mathematician, lost in the desert, hears a single toot from a train due west. He knows that the train goes at constant speed in a straight line, but he forgets in which direction. What direction should he walk? ...more>>


 
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