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## #1 2013-01-22 23:55:00

n872yt3r
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### Teaching Math

Below are some resources I found and bookmarked.

AAA Study:
Pick a grade and a math topic and begin learning.

BBC GCSE Maths:
Part of the Britsh tutoring Bitesize lessons at a very high level, pick a topic, and a lesson and go!

Hooda Math:
Fun math games for all ages, and tutorials.
Note: They took out many of the games that were there before.

IXL:
Pick a grade and topic and take the test!
Note: Need a paid membership for some features.

Pearson Success Net:
Note: Need to own at least one EnVision Math textbook at school, and have your teacher add your account.

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Math Is Fun Rocks!
By the power of the exponent, I square and cube you!

## #2 2013-01-23 01:42:47

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### Re: Teaching Math

You asked a question in the other thread where you can get geogebra.

In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.
All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof.

## #3 2013-01-23 03:19:54

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### Re: Teaching Math

Speaking of GeoGebra, if you like math, if you like forums, there's a GeoGebra Forum. I'm still n872yt3r on there.

- n872yt3r
Math Is Fun Rocks!
By the power of the exponent, I square and cube you!

## #4 2013-01-23 12:16:49

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### Re: Teaching Math

Hi;

Yes, I know about that one. You can find many videos scattered around.

In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it.
All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof.

## #5 2013-01-23 22:50:11

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### Re: Teaching Math

You mean on the GeoGebra Tube? I can't find you there... I'm still n872yt3r on there.

- n872yt3r
Math Is Fun Rocks!
By the power of the exponent, I square and cube you!

## #6 2013-02-07 09:36:05

mathgogocart
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### Re: Teaching Math

#### n872yt3r wrote:

Below are some resources I found and bookmarked.

AAA Study:
Pick a grade and a math topic and begin learning.

BBC GCSE Maths:
Part of the Britsh tutoring Bitesize lessons at a very high level, pick a topic, and a lesson and go!

Hooda Math:
Fun math games for all ages, and tutorials.
[b]Note:
They took out many of the games that were there before. [/b]

IXL:
Pick a grade and topic and take the test!
Note: Need a paid membership for some features.

Pearson Success Net:
Note: Need to own at least one EnVision Math textbook at school, and have your teacher add your account.

I like hooda

Hey.

## #7 2013-04-28 17:14:38

mathaholic
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### Re: Teaching Math

Speaking of Hooda math, I like the simulation games there, mathgogocart.

246 pages on Prime Numbers Wiki (+1)

## #8 2013-11-08 16:25:58

Patricia67
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### Re: Teaching Math

#### n872yt3r wrote:

Below are some resources I found and bookmarked.

AAA Study:
Pick a grade and a math topic and begin learning.

BBC GCSE Maths:
Part of the Britsh tutoring Bitesize lessons at a very high level, pick a topic, and a lesson and go!

Hooda Math:
Fun math games for all ages, and tutorials.
Note: They took out many of the games that were there before.

IXL:
Pick a grade and topic and take the test!
Note: Need a paid membership for some features.

Pearson Success Net: