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Math Tools Newsletter
August 29, 2014 - No. 135

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Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman to be awarded the Fields medal
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are Riemann surfaces and geodesic curves."

Featured Resources
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review it -- join an existing conversation, or start a new discussion.

Tool: Coin Flip Application - Dan Wilkerson
The Coin Flip Generator is a lightweight online coin flip generator. Click "Flip Coin" to 
get started - "H" means heads, "T" means tails. Flips you've already made will appear 
below the coin. The app will also keep a tally of all of the flips that you make, along 
with the percentage of flips for each side. Results can be cleared with the "Clear" button 
underneath the tally. Optimized for mobile devices.

Tool: Set4 - All In One - Teacher's Assistant - Milind Oka
This editor lets you create and maintain problems and solutions in a searchable database, 
which can then be used for classroom display, preparing tutorial sheets and transparencies, 
generating and taking tests, and more.

Tool: Bees and Flowers - Matific
An online activity for students to practice their understanding of "more" versus an "=" amount 
of two sets of objects. When the user incorrectly selects one set of objects to be equal or more 
than another, a one-to-one correspondence is shown and there is an opportunity to try again.

Tool: A Hundred and Ten Percent - Matific
The user is given a number line and a percentage tool to use to think about discounts. 
Questions include finding the discount, finding the price before the discount or finding 
the discounted price.

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