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"Interactive programs that allow students to manipulate virtual objects to help learn maths concepts from the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM)."
A collection of math and science puzzles. They are sorted into categories which youâ€™ll find in the left-hand column. Use the links provided to explore and enjoy these puzzles.
The Internet Archive is a non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access to historical collections that exist in digital format.
The purpose of this site is to provide a forum for mathematicians and computational scientists to study Planet Earth, its life-supporting capacity, and the impact of human activities.
Links to sites with something immediately useful (and free, or free-to-try) for algebra students are listed. Check these reviews for sites containing lessons, tutoring forums, worksheets, articles on "how math is used in real life", and more.
"Click on your year level to access skills covered in that year. These skills are organised into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to view a sample question. To start practising, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!"
"Plus is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics. A lot of people don't have a very clear idea what "real" maths consists of, and often they don't realise how many things they take for granted only work because of a generous helping of it. Apparently, some people even have the idea that it's boring! Weird. Anyway, we hope that even if you're such a person now, you won't be after looking through one or two issues of Plus, and that you'll come back and read future issues as they come out."
An online destination for the engineering community. Topics in the mathematics section include Arithmetic, Geometry, Calculus, Series, Elementary Functions, Special Functions, Statistics / Probability and more.
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) website has a careers component. Maths Careers is an area for upper-primary to Year 10 students. Its main focus is to demonstrate how maths can enrich any career path.