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- What Good is Math? - Peck, Rosser, Pifer; University of Richmond
A site designed to show middle school students how math is useful. Examples are drawn from everyday experience; topics include art, finance, grades, sports, planning a party or a trip, and cooking. Created by pre-service math teachers.
- What's the City Mileage of a Typical American Car? (MSTE) - Ed Malczewski; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
Analyze the data and find an average for the mileages of American cars. A
problem like this can sometimes involve difficult and time-consuming statistical analyses, but in this lesson you will explore a method of analysis called the bootstrap that will
- Wildlife Trade: Buyer Beware - Shelly Peretz, Thornridge High School, Dolton, IL
Collecting and analyzing consumer values, attitudes, and beliefs regarding wildlife trade and endangered species: a project that demonstrates the feasibility of integrating learning strategies, math, social studies and science within a traditional high
- WIMS (WWW Interactive Mathematics Server) - Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis
Interactive mathematical applications, also available in French, with documentation. The server's exercises and programs are designed to find a polynomial with given values; find the Taylor expansion of a function; find a polynomial from its curve; given
- World of Teaching
Free Microsoft PowerPoint and whiteboard presentations for teachers. In particular, browse or contribute to the maths downloads. Formerly teacherpowerpoints.com.
- Wright Flyer Teachers' Lounge - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Lesson plans include Wind Tunnel Data (lift and drag); Know all the Angles (does pitch affect lift?); Watch Your Altitude (the three axes of rotation and the movements of roll, pitch, and yaw); Getting the Wright Pitch; and Up, Up and Away (compare the
- Yellowstone Caldera - Tina DeBuff; Harlowton High School, Harlowton, MT
This Webquest for high school math and science students requires that they make predictions based on historical data about volcanic activity and damage related to the Yellowstone Park Caldera.
- Your Online Exchange to Additional Math Solutions - a-maths.com
Tutoring, lessons, and tips for learning math; fun math topics; a marketplace for selling your used textbooks; and bulletin boards for discussion. Designed for students preparing for the GCE 'O' Level Additional Mathematics examination, based on the newly
- ZetaTrek - Rohit Gupta
An "online expedition of science and math hobbyists across the world," ZetaTrek mobilizes citizen scientists to promote the history and culture of mathematics, and involves them in research, with particular emphasis on solving the Riemann Hypothesis.
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