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Math Power is a site created by Professor Freedman, a highly acclaimed teacher of basic mathematics. She has several resources to help students of all ages learn prealgebra and elementary algebra skills. Many sample...
Brought to you by Elizabeth Stapel and purplemath.com, this collection of learning modules contains over 100 mathematics modules designed to teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced algebra concepts. Some algebra...
Through the ages, various forms of visual expression have implicitly (and explicitly) drawn on a variety of mathematical principles. The people at the Center for Cultural Design at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are...
Students can put fractions into a reallife context by using pizza. Developmental math instructors can use these examples to explain more complex mathematical concepts, or create new activities and homework assignments...
Created by Cynthia Lanius and published by the Rice University Department of Mathematics, this site presents a number of questions for students to help them visualize and improve their skills with fractions and geometric...

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