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  1. Games to Learn Math Fundamentals (Conway)
      Provides 16 games.

  2. Trigonometry Functions - History (University of St. Andrews, Scotland)
      Provides a history of trigonometry functions and the mathematicians behind their discovery. 4-00

  3. Basic Math (Teaching Ideas)
      Provides fun ways for children ages 5 - 11 to learn math basics, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

  4. Math Games (
      Provides games by grade level to help children learn basic math. 7-02

  5. Kindergarten Math Games (
      Provides over a dozen games to help children learn basic math. 7-02

  6. Math Games (
      Provides three dozen games to help 4th graders learn basic math. 7-02

  7. Math Games (
      Provides almost two dozen games to help teens in junior high or high school learn basic math. 7-02

  8. Mathematical Theorems (
      "A theorem is a statement which can be proven true within some logical framework. Proving theorems is a central activity of mathematics." Provides 212 theorems.

      Includes Abel's theorem, Abel-Ruffini theorem, Almost flat manifold, Arrow's impossibility theorem, Artin-Wedderburn theorem, Atiyah-Singer index theorem, Baire category theorem, Banach fixed point theorem, Banach-Tarski paradox, Barbier's theorem, Bayes' theorem, Beatty's theorem, Beck's theorem, Bell's theorem, Berry-Esséen theorem, Bertrand's ballot theorem, Binomial theorem, Bishop-Gromov inequality, Bolyai-Gerwien theorem, Borsuk-Ulam theorem, Brouwer fixed point theorem, Bruck-Chowla-Ryser theorem, Cantor's theorem, Cantor-Bernstein-Schroeder theorem, Carmichael's theorem, Cartan's theorem, Catalan's conjecture, Cauchy integral theorem, Cauchy's integral formula, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Central limit theorem, Ceva's theorem, Chebotarev's density theorem, Chinese remainder theorem, Church-Rosser theorem, Closed and exact differential forms, Closed graph theorem, Cluster decomposition theorem, Cochran's theorem, Compact space, Compactness theorem, Convolution theorem, Cramer's rule, De Branges' theorem, De Moivre's formula, De Rham cohomology, Desargues' theorem, Dirichlet's theorem on arithmetic progressions, Dirichlet's unit theorem, Divergence theorem, Division ring, Euler's formula, Euler's identity, Euler's theorem, Extreme value theorem, Faltings' theorem, Fermat's last theorem, Fermat's little theorem, Fixed point theorems in infinite-dimensional spaces, Four color theorem, Frobenius theorem, Fubini's theorem, Fuglede's theorem, Fundamental theorem, Fundamental theorem of Riemannian geometry, Fundamental theorem of algebra, Fundamental theorem of arithmetic, Fundamental theorem of calculus, Fundamental theorem of curves, Fundamental theorem of linear algebra, Fundamental theorem of vector analysis, Gauss-Bonnet theorem, Gauss-Markov theorem, Gel'fand-Naimark theorem, Gelfond-Schneider theorem, Gibbard-Satterthwaite theorem, Girsanov's theorem, Goodstein's theorem, Gradient conjecture, Green's theorem, Gromov's compactness theorem, Gromov's theorem on groups of polynomial growth, Gödel's completeness theorem, Gödel's incompleteness theorem, Haag's theorem, Hahn embedding theorem, Hahn-Banach theorem, Hahn-Jordan decomposition, Hairy ball theorem, Hales-Jewett theorem, Hausdorff paradox, Heine-Borel theorem, Herbrand-Ribet theorem, Heron's formula, Hilbert's basis theorem, Intermediate value theorem, Invariance of domain, Isomorphism theorem, Jordan curve theorem, Kirszbraun theorem, Knaster-Tarski theorem, Kolmogorov's zero-one law, Kronecker's theorem, Kronecker-Weber theorem, Krull's principal ideal theorem, Lagrange inversion theorem, Lagrange reversion theorem, Lagrange's four-square theorem, Lagrange's theorem, Lebesgue's number lemma, Lefschetz fixed-point theorem, Lie-Kolchin theorem, indemann-Weierstrass theorem, Linear congruence theorem, Linnik's theorem, Liouville's theorem (complex analysis), List of lemmas, List of mathematical theorems, List of theorems, Löwenheim-Skolem theorem, Mahler's compactness theorem, Mahler's theorem, Marcinkiewitz theorem, Marriage theorem, Matiyasevich's theorem, Maximum power theorem, Mazur's torsion theorem, Mean value theorem, Mertens' theorems, Metrization theorems, Minkowski's theorem, Mordell-Weil theorem, Morera's theorem, Morley's categoricity theorem, Morley's theorem, Morley's trisector theorem, Mumford conjecture, Myers theorem, Myhill-Nerode theorem, Nagell-Lutz theorem, Nash embedding theorem, No cloning theorem, Noether's theorem, Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem, Open mapping theorem, Paley-Wiener theorem, Pascal's theorem, Pentagonal number theorem, Perfect graph, Peter-Weyl theorem, Picard theorem, Picard-Lindelöf theorem, Pick's theorem, Pontryagin duality, Post's theorem, Poynting theorem, Prime number theorem, Primitive element (field theory), Proof that e is irrational, Proof that holomorphic functions are analytic, Proof that the sum of the reciprocals of the primes diverges, Pythagorean theorem, Quillen-Suslin theorem, Ramsey's theorem, Rao-Blackwell theorem, Reeh-Schlieder theorem, Residue theorem, Rice's theorem, Riemann mapping theorem, Riemann-Roch theorem, Riesz representation theorem, Rolle's theorem, Schreier refinement theorem, Seifert-van Kampen theorem, Shannon-Hartley theorem, Simplicial approximation theorem, Soul theorem, Spectral theorem, Sperner's lemma, Splitting theorem, Star height problem, Stark-Heegner, Stokes' theorem, Stolper-Samuelson theorem, Stone duality, Stone's representation theorem for Boolean algebras, Stone-Weierstrass theorem, Stone-von Neumann theorem, Sylvester-Gallai theorem, Szemerédi's theorem, Szemerédi-Trotter theorem, Taniyama-Shimura theorem, Taylor's theorem, Thales' theorem, Theorem Thue-Siegel-Roth theorem, Tietze extension theorem, Time hierarchy theorem, Turán's theorem, Tychonoff's theorem, Uniform boundedness principle, Uniformization theorem, Urysohn's Lemma, Van der Waerden's Theorem, Vitali-Hahn-Saks theorem, Von Neumann bicommutant theorem, Von Staudt-Clausen theorem, Weierstrass-Casorati theorem, Weil conjectures, Whitehead theorem, Whitney embedding theorem, Wilson's theorem

  9. Math Games (
      Provides almost games to learn basic math for first to eighth-grade level. 12-05

  10. Linear Functions and the Bungee Jump (Illuminations - NCTM)
      "The consideration of cord length is very important in a bungee jump—too short, and the jumper doesn’t get much of a thrill; too long, and ouch! In this lesson, students model a bungee jump using a Barbie® doll and rubber bands. The distance to which the doll will fall is directly proportional to the number of rubber bands, so this context is used to examine linear functions." 1-07

  11. Rational Functions and Northwest Crows (Illuminations - NCTM)
      "Students will make a conjecture, conduct an experiment, analyze the data, and work to a conclusion using rational functions to investigate the behavior of Northwestern Crows." 1-07

  12. Math Baseball (FunBrain)
      Each problem is a "pitch." If you are correct, you get a hit with a single, double, triple or home run, depending on the difficulty of the problem. The result is provided in large letters above the problem.

  13. Math - Change Maker (FunBrain)
      "All you do is figure out how many of each bill or coin that you expect to get back when you pay for something."

  14. Eisenhower Clearinghouse Search
      "ENC was originally created to collect all types of teaching materials for K-12 math and science educators and to identify and disseminate information about federally funded programs."

  15. Practice - Matching, Flash Cards, and Concentration Games (Quia)
      Provides practice exercises in math to help master the fundamentals.

  16. Trigonometry (Zobel)
      Provides definitions and graphs of trigonomic functions. Includes an animation of sin(x). 4-00

  17. Trigonometry Basics - Problems and Solutions (WebMath)
      Provides solutions and answers to basic problems in trigonometry, including Right Angle Relationships, Graphing Trig Functions, Simplifying Trig Functions, and Polar Graphs. 2-04

  18. Trigonometry Basics (Kelly)
      Provides an introduction and formulas for solving basic trigonometry problems. Includes Definitions and basics, Trigonometric circle and angles, Trigonometric numbers of a real number t, Basic formulas, Related values, Supplementary values, Complementary values, Opposite values, Anti supplementary values, The right-angled triangle, Area of a triangle, Sine rule, Homogeneous expression in a, b and c, Cosine rule, Trigonometric functions, The sine function, The cosine function, The tangent function, The cotangent function, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, The arcsin function, The arccos function, The arctan function, The arccot function, Sum formulas, cos(u - v), cos(u + v), sin(u - v), sin(u + v), tan(u + v), tan(u - v), sin(2u), cos(2u), tan(2u), Carnot formulas, t-formulas, Special values, pi/3, pi/4, pi/6, Trigonometric equations, Base equations, cos(u) = cos(v), sin(u) = sin(v), tan(u) = tan(v), cot(u) = cot(v), Reducing to base equations, Using an additional unknown, Using factorization, The equation a.sin(u)+b.cos(u) = c, Homogeneous equations, and Calculations with inverse trigonometric functions. 6-01

  19. Algebra Basics - Problems and Solutions (WebMath)
      Provides solutions and answers to basic problems in algebra and pre-algebra, including Sequences, Basic Factoring, Permutations, Simplifying Expressions, Polynomials, Factoring Expressions, Solving Linear Equations, Solving Advanced Equations, Graphing Functions, Solving Systems of Equations, Quadratic Equations, Radical Expressions, Complex Numbers, Conic Sections, Inequalities, and Writing Linear Equations. Visitors sometimes misspell as prealgebra or pre algebra. 2-04

  20. Geometry (
      "Geometry is the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships. From experience, or possibly intuitively, people characterize space by certain fundamental qualities, which are termed axioms in geometry. Such axioms are insusceptible to proof, but can be used in conjunction with mathematical definitions for points, straight lines, curves, surfaces, and solids to draw logical conclusions."

      Includes Affine geometry, Algebraic geometry, Conformal geometry, Conic sections, Coordinate systems, Curves, Differential geometry, Discrete geometry, Euclidean geometry, Figurate numbers, Fractals, Geometric algorithms, Hyperbolic geometry, Integral geometry, Invariant theory, Means, Metric geometry, Orientation, Polygons, Polyhedra, Projective geometry, and Topology

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