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  1. Math Skills  (takesat.com)  The Math skills required for the SAT are of a basic standard that should be within the reach of a tenth grade student. You don't need to learn up lots of new formulae but you will need to sharpen up your thinking skills.
  2. Math Calculators   
  3. Quia Math  Welcome to the Quia shared activities area! Choose a subject area that interests you, and then browse through thousands of learning activities. All of these games and quizzes were created by educators using Quia's tools and templates. Whether you're a teacher or a learner, we guarantee you'll find something interesting and useful.  
  4. AAA Math  AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level. The AAAMath.com site contains thousands of pages of Math Lessons.
  5. Beat the Calculator   Squaring Numbers
  6.  Abacus                     Abacus Calculator
  7. K-12 Math Problems, Puzzles, Tips & Tricks   
  8. SOL Algebra Applets   
  9. Algebra Help    
  10. Order Of Operations  After solving each problem in this tutorial, you will click on your answer and go to another page where you will be told if your answer was correct. If you made an error, you will be given specific information, perhaps with examples, to help you improve your skills. Although this format is intended to provide systematic instruction based on your specific needs, there may still be times when you will want to ask a friend or an instructor for clarification
  11. Math Anxiety   Do You Have Math Anxiety?  A Self Test
  12. Matrix Algebra   
  13. Interactive Geometry    Gallery of Interactive Geometry
  14. Java Geometry   To dive right in, go straight to the applets:
  15. Fractalina
  16. is a program for making fractals
  17. Franimate! is a program for animating fractals 
  18. Geometry Formulas & Facts   Geometry Formulas and Facts
  19. More Java Geometry   JAVA Gallery of Interactive Geometry
  20. Junk Yard Geometry   Excellent
  21. Puzzles, Problems, Tips, and Tricks   Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library list of math problems and puzzles on the Internet,
  22. Linear Algebra  Calculus on the Web
  23. Fibonacci  This is the Home page for Dr Ron Knott's multimedia web site on the Fibonacci numbers, the Golden section and the Golden string hosted by the Mathematics Department of the University of Surrey, UK.
  24. Classic False Proofs  Our mathematical correspondent has just announced some startling discoveries, claiming to have found conclusive proof that 1 is equal to 2, that every person in Canada is the same age, that a ladder will fall infinitely fast if you pull on it, and many other results that threaten the very fabric of common sense.
  25. Data & Statistics Stories Use of Data ASL (pronounced "dazzle") is an online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate the use of basic statistics methods. We hope to provide data from a wide variety of topics so that statistics teachers can find real-world examples that will be interesting to their students. Use DASL's powerful search engine to locate the story or datafile of interest.
  26. Definition of Math Terms   Definition and Explanations of math terms
  27. Famous Curves  Click on the name of a curve below to see its history and some of its associated curves.
  28. Math Tricks  Mental math - the skills of calculating fast - might be classified into three broad categories.
  29. Flash Cards  Java Flashcards - Faster and more fun!
  30. Fractal  Fract-ED is an introductory fractal tutorial intended for high school or college entry-level students. It is an informal discussion of some of the elements of fractal geometry, and includes interactive programs which demonstrate the techniques of fractal generation.
  31. Geometry Step by Step  Welcome to Geometry Step by Step from the Land of the Incas!
  32. Geometry Sphere
  33. George Hart - Polyhydra  I am a freelance mathematical sculptor/designer, looking for interesting sculpture, lecture, and workshop opportunities.  Invite me!  I spent much of the past four years helping to create and design the Museum of Mathematics in NY.  Yes, I am related to (my daughter) Vi Hart.  An enormous amount of my work is freely available on my web pages. 
  34. Math to Build On
  35. Algebra Online Dictionary  The site is organized by chapter. The page containing the Table of Contents also contains an index of definitions and theorems, which can be searched for detailed references on subject area pages. Topics from the first volume are marked by the symbol and those from the second volume by the symbol
  36. Puzzles  Lots of challenging puzzles and riddles & exciting interactive quizzes and tests!
  37. Kids Algebra
  38. Intermediate Kids Algegra
  39. Math Drills   (Bottom of the Page)  Preparation Tests From Morrison Media LLC 
  40. Most Comprehensive Math Site  Mathematics Links (Starting Points) by Bruno Kevius  This list is continually under development
  41. GCSE Maths  Welcome to GCSE.com – GCSE Maths help with a difference. The material here is suitable for all GCSE Maths students.
  42. Visual Fractions  Fractions are better understood when seen. Excellent
  43. All About Decimals  Excellent
  44. All About Fractions  Excellent
  45. All about Percents  Excellent
  46. Mathgoodies Puzzles   Our math puzzles hone students' vocabulary skills the fun way! We have interactive crosswords with three levels of difficulty. We also have printable versions for each theme, and solutions for all. Students find our puzzles engaging.
  47. Odd One Out  Very Hard
  48. Test Your Math Skills   Test your skills
  49. Math Refresher  From Stargazers to Starships" tries to be self-contained, even in the mathematics it uses. The sections below are meant to refresh your memory about some basic ideas in algebra and trigonometry.--Even if this material is completely new to you, with enough motivation and persistence you should be able to understand it. Care was taken to remove any potential stumbling blocks.--And if algebra and trig are old hat to you, rest assured that you will still find here some unexpected goodies.
  50. SegFrac  Here we ask the inverse problem: given a rational number r, we want to decompose r into a sum of two or more rational numbers, the latter having predetermined denominators.
  51. Proportion Method    There are a variety of ways to solve percent problems, many of which can be VERY confusing. Fortunately, the PROPORTION METHOD will work for all three types of questions:
  52. Interactive Activities   In all math areas.   Excellent
  53. WebMath  Click on one of the tabs above. You'll find hundreds of instant-answer, self-help, math solvers, ready to provide you with instant help on your math problem.  Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers, Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.
  54. E-Lab  (Math)
  55. Secondary Math Links  Secondary Mathematics Resources
  56. General Math Links
  57. Verbal Reasoning 
  58.  ARC
  59. Math Quizzes - (Sheppards )
  60. Word Problems  K3-4 through K-12 problems.  Concept-based problem solving.  Learning through problem solving.
  61. Basic Operations  
  62. Java Graphing   
  63. Online Algebra Our first example deals with economics. Indeed, consider two families A and B (though we may easily take more than two). Every month, the two families have expenses such as: utilities, health, entertainment, food, etc... Let us restrict ourselves to: food, utilities, and health. How would one represent the data collected? 
  64. Water Park  Solve math problems about Water Park and you will win tickets to the park!   This game was created by Benjamin R. and Hank B.






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