Good calculators--a selection of online calculators for use in every day domestic and commercial applications: includes statistics, engineering, and financial calculators
Guide to Math Calculators, Conversions, Formulas, and Reference Tables--
More Optical Illusions--Will they trick you as well?
Optical illusions and their (physiological and psychological) explanations
Fun visual tricks and optical illusions There's a lot of great information on how the human eye can be tricked
Math Words: Terms and formulas from beginning algebra through calculus! An interactive dictionary with enough words, terms, formulas, diagrams, tables, and examples to satisfy your inner math geek. Search alphabetically or by content area!
BBC math games: Hypatia and Pythagoras
Did you know that Michael Jordan was a math major? This and other career information is available at the When will I use math? site sponsored by BYU and MAA
is the first step in an ambitious, long-term project to make all
Custom graph paper generator to make the perfect graph paper for your
project. You can adjust it to work perfectly with your particular printer. You
can adjust the color from black to grey to blue. If you have run out of your
usual graph paper, make some of your own. The program generates a PDF file that
is customized to your needs. Simply click and download it onto your desktop, and
feel free to use it as often as you wish. Have fun with your assignment.
YouSendIt is a free file upload service. Here's a way to send those files that are too big to email as attachments. Send and receive files up to 100 MB.
Slow motion photography: My favorite is the movie of a water-filled balloon being pierced by an X-acto knife. The balloon falls away almost instantly - and then the water holds the balloon shape for an unbelievably long time. It's a great example of the way water molecules stick together. The golf ball is also amazing!
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) website searchable or browse by topic
Texas Instruments downloads and links
Everything you could ever possibly want to know about US Ag production. Statistics, totals, by state, product, county, etc. (from the USDA)
Coin Stacking :This isn't the one that shows how big a stack of a million (etc.) pennies would be. Created by a civil engineering student who use pennies to create interesting stacks to form bridges, towers, and more. Glue? No way! That'd be cheating! Extraordinary!
Convert the first 10,000 digits of Pi into a musical sequence: Turn on your speakers, this is cool!
Math Mind Reader "Think Clear"
You will find a million uses for the symbols page
Dr. Larry Lesser's Mathemusician page
Fiddling while your hard drive crashes (Ask Bob Rankin) Strangely beautiful track made from the sounds of dying Hitachi hard drives
Psychic (psycho?) mind reader page! Green cards for first correct explanation!
Hurricane Katrina links from D'Ilberville High School near Biloxi Mississippi. (High speed connection recommended for video) How do I know them? Long story...
http://www.biloxi.ms.us/Katrina/Video1.htm http://www.biloxi.ms.us/Katrina/Video2.htm http://www.biloxi.ms.us/Katrina/Video3.htm http://biloxi.ms.us/photogallery/default.asp?CatLevel=2&Cat1_ID=3 http://youtube.com/watch.php?v=vN5yqNtg6ZI
Download free graph paper.
The Elements Song by Tom Lehrer is composed of the elements of the periodic table--a classic!
Optical Illusions page features 53 optical illusions and visual phenomena including physiological explanations. Highly recommended!
Northern Lights in Nebraska 8 Nov 2004--Amazing!
Christmas and Pascal's Triangle
Akiyoshi's Optical Illusions page
Math websites sorted by topic and grade level
Devlin's Angle Column (MAA) Includes essays on mathematical topics.
Those resilient little birds... As we plunge into the 21st century, it is time we take a closer look at the technological wonders we create. Here, we try to discover just a little bit more about the world around us through the miracles of science, technology, and preservatives. We hope you enjoy this educational tour as we work to characterize everybody's favorite Easter candy, the Marshmallow Peep.
Free Guide Offers Parents Tips On Helping Children Learn Math
Through the No Child Left Behind Act, President Bush has made clear his commitment to the goals of raising standards of achievement for all children and providing all children with highly qualified teachers and instruction that is based on scientific research. The U.S. Department of Education's free booklet, Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, available in both English and Spanish, is part of the President's efforts to provide parents with the latest research and practical information that can help them both to support children's learning at home and to understand what they should expect from their children's schools.
Parents, teachers and others working with children can order a free copy of Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics by:
Calling the U.S. Department of Education's Publications Center (ED Pubs) toll-free at 1-877-4-ED-PUBS (1-877-433-7827); TTY/TDD: 1-877-576-7734; FAX: 1-301-470-1244;
Ordering online at: www.edpubs.org; or
Writing to request a copy: ED Pubs, P.O. Box 1398, Jessup, MD 20794-1398.
This publication is also available online at: http://www.ed.gov/parents/academic/help/math/index.html
E-Library offers copyright-friendly resources for teachers and students. You can search by topic for images, activities, websites, and more.
SOS math offers free trigonometry help.
Math Work is an on-line math worksheet generator.(Free!)
This web site will allow you to create printable math worksheets from your
browser. (Elementary and Middle School level math)