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"Mathematics is the science of what is clear by itself." (Carl Jacobi)
Coolest website ever!
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tmullen
Posted 10/10/2007 3:41 PM (#1690)
Subject: Coolest website ever!
Math

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Location: Southside
This is the coolest Geometry Website I have seen in a while. The triangle constructions are VERY cool. I can't wait to try it out tomorrow. For some reason my Geometry clases this year have not been too hip on doing constructions so hopfuly this will help.

I do not know what I did without the internet....

http://www.mathopenref.com/index.html
mdailey
Posted 10/15/2007 3:30 PM (#1696 - in reply to #1690)
Subject: RE: websites
Math

Posts: 45
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Location: Eastside
Travis,
That was a great website. This got me thinking... does anyone have a list of cool math websites that they give their students? I thought I'd ask before I complie one myself.
erickenb
Posted 10/21/2007 8:11 PM (#1707 - in reply to #1690)
Subject: RE: Coolest website ever!
Math

Posts: 25
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Location: Bryan Station
This is great!!! I wish I was teaching geometry this year.....maybe I can use to review for CATS!!

Edited by erickenb 10/21/2007 8:12 PM
mgraves
Posted 11/6/2007 4:18 PM (#1763 - in reply to #1690)
Subject: RE: Coolest website ever!
Math

Posts: 42
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Location: Bryan Station
Thanks Travis! This is cool
rfarquha
Posted 11/29/2008 6:06 AM (#2311 - in reply to #1690)
Subject: RE: Coolest website ever!
Math

Posts: 24

Location: Tates Creek
Travis. That is a neat website. Thanks for pointing it out.

Bob Farquhar
jbakewell
Posted 11/30/2008 10:49 AM (#2315 - in reply to #1696)
Subject: RE: websites
Math

Posts: 30
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Location: Lafayette
I have been compiling great math websites for awhile now and I like your idea to give students a list of great resources. I know that some Lafayette teachers do this through their classroom website. My problem is I really need to sort through the websites and decide which ones are good for learning a skill, which ones are great for practice or review, etc. It would be neat to compile a great resource list for everyone to use.
acrowley
Posted 12/1/2008 7:53 AM (#2316 - in reply to #2315)
Subject: RE: websites
Math

Posts: 25
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Location: Lafayette
I have a link to "Math Websites" on my school website that I try to update as much as possible and I will add Travis's. Thanks!
eshockey
Posted 2/3/2010 11:19 AM (#2703 - in reply to #1690)
Subject: RE: Coolest website ever!
Counts on fingers & toes

Posts: 4

Really cool website, will be a great resource for my pre-algebra students. In particular, I really liked how they showed corresponding angles while moving the transversal.
BobbieG
Posted 3/2/2010 9:58 PM (#2745 - in reply to #2703)
Subject: RE: Coolest website ever!
Counts on fingers & toes

Posts: 13

I agree on "coolest website ever!" There are lots of good things to use for PreAlgebra students as well as high school. I found some questions that could be easily adapted to ORQs, too! This is definately a bookmarked site!
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