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Below is a list of all the links collected by KaBoL since it first started in
1996, in reverse chronological order. If you are looking for something
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|Math Bits High School Math Resources|
MathBits.com is devoted to offering fun, yet challenging, lessons and activities in high school (and college level) mathematics and computer programming for students and teachers.
|Math en jeu|
Is it possible to have fun doing maths? The SMAC team says «yes»! Math en Jeu is a new interactive multimedia game developped by SMAC and accessible for free on the internet. The goal, in line with SMAC's mission, is to expose youth to mathematics through play, and to invite the general public to renew with mathematics.
|SAGE: Open Source Mathematics Software|
SAGE is an Open Source Mathematics software. Its goal : creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab.
|Mr. Martini's Classroom|
Interactive math practice and classroom tools including quick quizzes, flash cards the flip, interactive addition and multiplication tables, a long division tool, fractions, and much more.
This is a site that was made gradually over the years. There are some games like Nim and also a mastermind-like game where the computer guesses your number. It is for fun, for recreation.
9math is a site that tries to teach visitors math in a fun and interactive way. Users may ask any mathematical question and give feedback to the answers they get and to the articles presented on the site.
This website is a reference in projective geometry (recognised by the Encyclopeadia Britannica). Projective geometry is concerned with incidences, that is, where elements such as lines. planes and points either coincide or not.
|Open Problem Garden|
There are now many resources on the web for locating and even learning established mathematics. On the other hand, the web still lacks good tools for the exploration and discussion of the mathematical frontier. The Open Problem Garden was created to help fill this void by playing a complementary role to that of these other online resources. The Garden is a collection of unsolved math problems in a wiki format. With an easy required registration, users may contribute new problems and may edit existing ones.
Convergence is an online magazine on the history of mathematics and its use in teaching, published by the Mathematical Association of America. Included among the features of the magazine are: articles on the history of mathematics; material on the history of mathematics that can easily be used in teaching; reviews of books, websites, and teaching materials relevant to the history of mathematics; and mathematical problems taken from various historical sources.
From the site: "PlanetMath is a virtual community which aims to help make mathematical knowledge more accessible. PlanetMath's content is created collaboratively: the main feature is the mathematics encyclopedia with entries written and reviewed by members."
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