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  1. Welcome to WebDice! (MSTE) - Nicholas Exner; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    A Java applet that simulates the rolling of a set of dice. Use the pull-down menus to set the parameters for the trial. ...more>>

  2. West Contra Costa Unified School District Mathematics Center - Kennedy High School
    Common Core mathematics resources, presentations, instructional videos, lessons, mathematics applets, parent guides, and other materials developed by the Richmond (California) school district. ...more>>

  3. What2Learn - John Rutherford
    For free, a range of fun, interactive games and puzzles. Math topics covered include algebra, times tables, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios and probability. Fee-based service includes more activities, the option for teachers to add their own ...more>>

  4. Whistler Alley Mathematics - Paul Kunkel
    Kunkel's Geometer's Sketchpad lessons convey a conceptual understanding, usually without rigorous proof, with questions and suggestions for extensions: Buffon's Needle (an old probability exercise); Chinese Handcuffs (questions with applications for geometry, ...more>>

  5. Who's Counting - John Allen Paulos
    Columns by Prof. John Allen Paulos, the author of Innumeracy, Mathematician Reads a Newspaper, and other popular books. Humorous and enjoyable articles by a keen observer of the world around him whose mind has been sharpened by mathematical practice. ...more>>

  6. Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    Answering the challenge: On ABC TV's "Who Wants to be a Millionaire," to maximize your expected winnings how sure should you be of your answer to the $500,000 question to answer? Somewhere from about 22.5% to about 46.5%, probably closer to the latter. ...more>>

  7. Wiskunde Wetenskap Klasse - Ekstra
    Skanderings van graad 10, 11, en 12 Nasionale Senior Sertifikaat eksamens. ...more>>

  8. WisWeb - Freudenthal Institute
    The Freudenthal Institute, a Dutch organization for secondary education, provides applets to support/extend the math instruction of students 12 years and older. For this site, WisWeb recommends versions 5 or higher of Internet Explorer, Netscape or Opera. ...more>>

  9. The Wizard of Odds - Michael Shackleford
    As a rule of thumb, the harder a game is to understand the better your odds of winning if you do understand it. By understanding the more complicated games such as blackjack, baccarat, and craps you can have an expected return of at about 99 cents per ...more>>

  10. Word Problems for Kids - St. Francis Xavier University; Canada's SchoolNet
    Word problems by level for students in grades 5-12, which can help improve problem-solving skills. A hints link is available for difficult problems. Complete solutions are available upon request to teachers with e-mail addresses. From students, principals, ...more>>

  11. Worksheet Works - WorksheetWorks.com
    This site generates high quality PDFs of worksheets with the flick of a few checkboxes. Just specify level of difficulty, range of numbers, font size, or other parameters. ...more>>

  12. XP Math - Tak L. Hui
    Features include free materials designed to excite learners in mathematics and technology, a free eBooks library, a collection of math sites, a database of mathematical careers, an interactive math games league and an active forum. ...more>>

  13. Yahoo! Science: Mathematics - Yahoo! Inc.
    All the best on the Web in math including Indices, alphabetically listed by category: Academic Papers; Algebra; Applied Mathematics; Books; Calculus; Chaos; Combinatorics; Complex Systems; Conferences; Education; Employment; Entropy; Equations; Ethnomathematics; ...more>>

  14. Zero-Knowledge Proofs - John Scammell
    "Random thoughts about teaching math" from a high school math consultant who taught math for 18 years prior. Scammell's blog posts, which date back to May, 2010, have included "Lecture Method vs. Peer Instruction," "Mozartís Dice Game," "Let the Kids ...more>>


 
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