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Produced by Science Academy Software, this site is a collection of math questions on subjects including basic arithmetic, order of operations, calculating perimeters and distance, exponents, and bar graphs. It is an excellent and fun math review for students of all ages, and a ready-to-use classroom exercise for educators.

View Resource Pizza Math

Students can put fractions into a real-life context by using pizza. Developmental math instructors can use these examples to explain more complex mathematical concepts, or create new activities and homework assignments using the images and examples contained within this website, produced by Rice University.

View Resource Between Arithmetic and Algebra

What is the difference between the arithmetic 3+5 = 5+3 and the algebraic a+b = b+c? One is a specific fact, another is a pattern valid in a multitude of situations. While arithmetic may hint at some regularities, algebra, as a language, gives expression to acknowledgement of patterns as such. How did people express general ideas before the advent of algebra in the 15th-17th centuries? A...

View Resource LessonCorner: Math Worksheets

This excellent site, from LessonCorner, helps educators create customized math worksheets for students of all levels. Creating worksheets is free, and visitors can also name them what they wish and print them to handout to students, and there are a number different kinds of math problems to choose from, from the very simple such as telling time, to more complex algebraic problems like adding and...

View Resource Check That Digit

This lesson from Illuminations introduces modular arithmetic. The common barcode system, as used for UPCs and ISBNs, is discussed as an application of this type of arithmetic. The lesson also explains how modular arithmetic is used in credit card numbers. The lesson is intended for grades 9-12 and should take two class periods to complete.

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