Diane Hunsaker – MathematicsBack to Instructor Webpages
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You Tube (http://youtube.com/)
Type a specific math topic into the search box. Contributors often make series of videos. If you find a video that you like, look for others by the same person.
Math TV (http://mathtv.com/)
OTHER MATH HELP
Cool Math (http://coolmath.com/)
This very colorful website has lots of good information and fun activities.
Click on the "Practice" tab along the top to access tutorials.
Math Forum (http://mathforum.org/)
Ask Dr. Math (http://mathforum.org/dr.math/)
This has answers to commonly asked questions and archives of other
questions. You may also send a question to Dr. Math.
Chameleon Graphing (http://mathforum.org/cgraph)
This is a good introduction to the coordinate plane and lines.
West Texas A&M University
This site covers beginning and intermediate algebra.
Purple Math (http://www.purplemath.com/)
This site covers beginning to advanced algebra. Click on "Index of Lessons" in the upper left below the heading to access tutorials.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
This site uses graphics (virtual manipulatives) to help students understand math. For example, balance beams are used to picture and solve basic algebraic equations.
This site creates a full sheet of graph paper and puts it in Adobe PDF format.
Math Worksheets Land
Math Words (http://www.mathwords.com/)
This site provides definitions of common math words. It's mostly for algebra level and above but does have some basic math terms.
MATH ANXIETY HELP
The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
The Mystical Ball (http://www.transum.org/Maths/Investigation/Mind_Reader/)
This mystical ball reads your mind. Can you figure out how?
Frog Leap Puzzle (http://www.justriddlesandmore.com/frogleap.html)
This puzzle is more challenging than it looks.
This site has several galleries of fractal art and offers resources for those who want to learn more about it.
The Official M.C. Escher Website (http://www.mcescher.com/Gallery/gallery.htm)
This site contains galleries of M.C. Escher's artwork. M.C. Escher is one of the best-known mathematical artists. He did tessellations and other art involving perspective.
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