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- United States Historical Census Data Browser - Paul Bergen
A database on the people and the economy of the US for each state and county from 1790 to 1970. Data include historical census figures and general population characteristics such as "number of free white females," "number of free colored males," and "number
- U.S. Census Bureau
Information (searchable by keyword and browseable by subject) from summary data files across cities, towns, counties, states, and other geographic and demographic boundaries, useful for many purposes from allocating representation in legislative bodies
- 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 In The World Would You Have? - Ric Cooley; SCORE Mathematics
Students use the Internet to calculate rates of exchange from U.S. currency to other countries, learning to understand conversion techniques. Aligned to the California State Standards. From the Schools of California Online Resources for Educators SCORE
- Wolfram Research in Precollege Education - Wolfram Research
"In the Classroom" highlights how some schools and organizations use Mathematica extensively in their curricula. The section on "Collaborative Initiatives" illustrates how businesses have teamed up with Wolfram Research to sponsor hands-on workshops,
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