Topics include: Decimals, Fractions, Graphs, Integers and Rationals, Measurements, Number Series, Percents, Powers Exponents and Roots, Powers of Ten and Scientific Notation, Whole Numbers, Word Problems, and more. From CliffsNotes.com.
Topics include: Decimals, Exponents, Factors and Primes, Fractions, Intro to Fractions, Intro to Number Theory, Order of Operations, Percents, and more. From CoolMath.com.
Topics include: Factors, Prime Factors, Common Factors, Lowest Common Multiples, Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions, Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Reciprocal Fractions, Dividing Fractions, Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms.
Topics include: Integers, Even and Odd Numbers, Rational and Irrational Numbers, Decimal Places, Prime Numbers, World's Largest Known Prime Number, Cardinal, Ordinal, and Nominal Numbers, Numerical Prefixes, Mean and Median, Rounding Numbers, More than a Million, The First Thousand Digits of Pi, Roman Numerals.
Topics include: Addition Table, Multiplication Table, Terms Used in Equations, Order of Operations, Finding Area, Finding Volume, Finding Perimeter and Circumference, Triangles, Converting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Common Fractions with Decimal and Percent Equivalents, Common Repeating Decimals and Their Equivalent Fractions, Table of Squares and Square Roots, Finding Square Roots, Powers and Exponents, Scientific Notation, Factorials.
"Do you need help with math like subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, and percents? With an emphasis on images and interactives, our math tutorials make learning math easier. The tutorials are designed to be like a math workbook, so you can practice what you learn directly within the lessons and learn at your own pace." From GCFLearnFree.org.
Topics include: Numbers, Place Value, Decimal Numbers, Estimating and rounding, Adding/subtracting decimals, Multiplying decimals, Dividing decimals, Percent, Exponents, Square roots, Signed integers, Adding and subtracting integers, Multiplying and dividing integers, Properties of integers, Ratios and Proportions, Factoring (Factors and multiples, Greatest common factor - GCF, Least common multiple - LCM). From Math.com.
Subject areas include: Algebra, Amusements, Calculus, Combinatorics, Complex Analysis, Constants and Numerical Sequences, Differential Equations, Elliptic Functions, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry, Fourier Series, History, Logic and Philosophy, Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Probability, Quaternions, Real Analysis, Technical Drawing, Trigonometry, and more. From Project Gutenberg.
Topics include Numbers, Algebra, Probability & Statistics, Calculus & Analysis, Math Symbols, Math Calculators, and Number Converters. From RapidTables.com.
A scholarly article on math symbols. Scroll down the screen to find "The Origin of Some Mathematical Symbols" in table form. Includes the meaning and name of the person who introduced it and the year it was introduced. From the Encyclopedia of Math.
Categories include: Basic Math Symbols, Geometry Symbols, Algebra Symbols, Probability and Statistics Symbols, Set Theory Symbols, Logic Symbols, Calculus and Analysis Symbols, Number Symbols, Greek Symbols, Roman Numerals. From RapidTables.com.
"The Standards for Mathematical Practice describe varieties of expertise that mathematics educators at all levels should seek to develop in their students." For grades K-12 (select grade level and subtopics from their menu). From Common Core State Standards Initiative.
Choose by Grade Level or Choose by Subject. Includes Arithmetic, Algebra Basics, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Basic Geometry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics, Precalculus, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Recreational Math and Math Contests. From The Khan Academy.
An entire math course online, complete with illustrations, text, and downloadable course materials. The website is visually engaging, modern, and friendly in its approach to classical math concepts. Sections include: The Primes, Combinatorics Counts, How Big is Infinity?, Topology's Twists and Turns, Other Dimensions, The Beauty of Symmetry, Making Sense of Randomness, Geometries Beyond Euclid, Game Theory, Harmonious Math, Connecting with Networks, In Sync, The Concepts of Chaos. Adobe Reader is required to download and view PDF documents used in this course.
An illustrated, animated, and interactive dictionary of math terms. Browse terms alphabetically by clicking on the first letter of the term you want to look up.
Online Mathmatics Library was compiled from math sites by staff at Empire State College. Links are to sites offering information on basic math skills through calculus.
Find lessons on introductory through advanced algebra topics. Also provides practical tips, hints, examples of common mistakes, and an extensive selection of word problems. Browse the listing or use the "search" box at the top of the page.
"The goal of this nonprofit site is to help high school students meet the New York State Regents requirements in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies." Include Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2/Trig. Provided by Oswego City School District.
"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." From Discovery Education.
"Mysteriously beautiful fractals are shaking up the world of mathematics and deepening our understanding of nature." Video and articles. Includes information on Benoit Mandelbrot as well as interactive "Design a Fractal" activities and a Mandelbrot Set explorer. From PBS NOVA.
"Mathematica has opened the door to a new kind of imagery that melds art and science. These are a few of the creations of Mathematica users around the world." From Wolfram Research.
"The connection between mathematics and art goes back thousands of years." Browse a number of galleries of mathematically-inspired images. Presented by the American Mathematical Society (AMS).
"Professor Marcus du Sautoy argues that mathematics is the driving force behind modern science. Ten fifteen minute podcasts that reveal the personalities behind the calculations from Newton to the present day." From BBC Radio.
"The purpose of this site is to present a small portion of the history of mathematics through an investigation of some of the great problems that have inspired mathematicians throughout the ages. Included are problems that are suitable for middle school and high school math students, with links to solutions, as well as links to mathematicians' biographies and other math history sites." From the Math Forum.
Topics include: Algebra, Numbers and Number Theory, Geometry and Topology, Physics, Astronomy, Ancient mathematics (Arabic, Babylonian, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Indian, Mayan), American mathematics, and Mathematics in Scotland. From the University of St Andrews, Scotland, School of Mathematics and Statistics.
A timeline of math history and mathematicians (30,000 B.C. to the present). From the University of St Andrews, Scotland, School of Mathematics and Statistics.
Topics include: Quipu (Inca Counting System), Fractions of Ancient Egypt, Mayan Number System, Egyptian Number System, Greek Number System, Babylonian Number System, and Where Did Numbers Originate? From Wichita State University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Video. 53 min. "Join NOVA on a mathematical mystery tour - a provocative exploration of math's astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math's signature in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy, and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. Math was essential to everything from the first wireless radio transmissions to the prediction and discovery of the Higgs boson and the successful landing of rovers on Mars. Astrophysicist and writer Mario Livio, along with a colorful cast of mathematicians, physicists, and engineers, follow math from Pythagoras to Einstein and beyond. It all leads to the ultimate riddle: Is math a human invention or the discovery of the language of the universe?" From PBS Nova.
Arithmetic, Decimals, Fractions, Geometry, Measurement and Data, Numbers and Properties, Percent, Prealgebra , Ratio and Proportion, Slope and Graphing Lines , Solving Algebra Equations.
Video topics include: Algebra, Calculus (Differential, Integral, Multivariable), Group Theory, Linear Algebra, Precalculus, Statistics, Trigonometry, Vectors, and more.