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Designed as a textbook for an undergraduate mathematics class, this book offers a dynamic and rich tour of the mathematics of both sides of game theory, combinatorial and classical, and includes generous sets of exercises at various levels. The editors of Mathematical Reviews and zbMATH have launched a collaborative effort to revamp the Mathematics Subject Classification. Visit msc2020.org to...
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IXL is the world's most popular subscription-based learning site for K-12. Used by over 6 million students, IXL provides unlimited practice in more than 5,000 topics, covering math, language arts, science, and social studies. Interactive questions, awards, and certificates keep kids motivated as they master skills. This site is a wonderful resource and has everything to supplement my first...
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The California Mathematics Project (CMP) is a K-16 network dedicated to providing students a rich, rigorous, and coherent mathematics curriculum taught by competent and confident mathematics teachers who foster ALL students’ proficiency in mathematics—achieving equity in quality. CMP enhances...
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Step into a mathematical community that promotes learning through a rich networking and the exchange of ideas. Involvement is the hallmark of MAA membership. We welcome every member and make it easy to participate in a wide variety of collegial activities. Early bird discounts end in January....
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Web high mathematical school. All sections of curriculum of elementary mathematics. Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, functions and graphs, analysis. Theory and solving problems. Versions of examination tests. Online consulting. Preparatory to universities and colleges. Sitting in...
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This site is my contribution to narrowing the gap between research and practice in mathematics teaching and learning. I share teaching materials and blog about teaching practices in k-12 mathematics. This post describes foundational reasoning abilities and mathematical knowledge students need to develop before beginning a course in calculus. Covariational reasoning – this involves recognition...
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The Tunnel of Samos This video describes a remarkable engineering work of ancient times: excavating a one-kilometer tunnel straight through the heart of a mountain, using separate crews that dug from the two ends and met in the middle. How did they determine the direction for excavation? The program gives Hero's explanation (ca. 60 A.D.), using similar triangles, as well as alternative methods...
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Providing instructional and assessment tasks, lesson plans, and other resources for teachers, assessment writers, and curriculum developers since 2011. Videos and tasks explaining the progressions of domains across grade levels. Watch Progressions. Resources arranged under the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Explore Practice Standards. Resources arranged under the Standards for...
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