A detailed list of math projects, for all grade levels, to use in your class or tailor to fit your grade level.
Learn basic math skills and even algebra with these 16 apps for iPad, iPhone and Android devices. They also include calculators and formula references.
Numbers are represented using different number systems dependant on their application. For example, numbers within computers use binary or hexadecimal. How do these different number systems work and how can numbers be converted between them?
If your students are having difficulty understanding place value, these books are sure to help. Along with titles of books that address place value are some ideas on how to use them in your classroom.
Mathematics Can Be Interesting... Really Mathematics is not something that we normally associate with sublime beauty. The way mathematics is taught, it is a subject that many if not most people would prefer to avoid. Just open any Dover math book...
Have you heard of the Law of Fives? All things happen in Fives, or are divisible by or are multiples of Five, or are somehow directly or indirectly appropriate to Five. Do you doubt this theory? Read on ;) The number 5 is the 5th Fibonacci...
The history of mathematics is something many don't think about. To understand what is math entails learning how it came to be.
This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on activity. The topic being taught here is the pythagorean theorem and the hands-on activities are the Superbowl (buying an HDTV and TV stand) and the Baseball World Series (the baseball diamond).
How to divide an obtuse angle into four equal parts.
In lower grade math questions a word can be used to describe the probability of an event happening. If an event is never going to happen then you can describe the probability as impossible. For example, the probability of rolling a 7 on an...