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Dr. Brain finds and rates the best Math learning sites on the Web As of 05 December 2002, There are 14 Math Learning Site Reviews on Doctor Brain's Laboratory!

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As of 29 July 2002, there are 14 Math learning site reviews on Dr. Brain's Laboratory 
Basic  Higher  Fractals 
Math > Basic 


Site: CoolMath: Fractions URL: http://www.coolmath.com/lessons/index.html 17 colorful and easytounderstand lessons covering every aspect of fractions. These people believe math should be fun, and they've created a great site to prove it. Tip: In the lefthand frame of each lesson are two important links: "Lesson" and "Try It." After reading the lesson, click the "Try It" link to try an interactive demonstration of that lesson's principles. Click "Lesson" to return to the lesson. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Learn.co.uk: Maths  Key Stage 2  Author: The Manchester Guardian URL: http://www.Learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Topic&WCU=6966 34 easy, interactive lessons take you through the basics of mathematics from numbers, through shapes and measurements, to probability. An interactive crash course for the mathematically challenged or anyone who feels a need to brush up. Designed for kids, so it's absolutely painless. Tip: Learn.co.uk tutorials were designed to prepare students for the U.K.'s National Curriculum tests, but are super learning tools for anyone, anywhere. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Learn.co.uk: Maths  Key Stage 3 Author: Learn.co.uk URL: http://www.Learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Topic&WCU=3961 37 interactive lessons, slightly more advanced than Key Stage 2, above. Goes over Fractions and Decimals, introduces Algebra and Geometry. Lots of interactive tests let you see how you're doing. Tip: Learn.co.uk tutorials were designed to prepare students for the U.K.'s National Curriculum tests, but are super learning tools for anyone, anywhere. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Learn.co.uk: Maths  Key Stage 4 (Foundation) Author: Learn.co.uk URL: http://www.learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Topic&WCU=23389 30 Interactive lessons and tests to put basic maths knowledge gained in the tutorials above to practical use. Areas include Number and algebra, Shape, space and measurement, and Handling Data. Tip: Learn.co.uk tutorials were designed to prepare students for the U.K.'s National Curriculum tests, but are super learning tools for anyone, anywhere. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Freeed.net: PreAlgebra URL: http://www.freeed.net/fr07/lfc/course070101_01/ Fourteen units, with numerous subunits, take learners from addition and subtraction to the basics of geometry, in preparation for the study of Algebra. A great place to quickly brush up rusty math skills. Tip: The site requires a quick and painless registration in order to begin the class. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Mathematics Lessons... Fun, Fun, Fun! Author: Cynthia Lanius URL: http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/Lessons/index.html Interactive math lessons ranging from basic counting to calculus! Not stepbystep enough to earn five brains from Doctor Brain, but a good math resource nonetheless. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 

Math > Higher 


Site: Learn.co.uk: Maths  Key Stage 4 (Higher) Author: Learn.co.uk URL: http://www.Learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Topic&WCU=3963 35 interactive lessons and tests covering more complex applications of the principles learned in the tutorials above. Tip: Learn.co.uk tutorials were designed to prepare students for the U.K.'s National Curriculum tests, but are super learning tools for anyone, anywhere. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: ExploreMath.com: Activities Author: ExploreLearning.com URL: http://exploremath.com/activities/index.cfm A site full of Shockwave™ activities that create realtime correlations between equations and graphs to help students visualize and experiment with many of the major concepts from Elementary Algebra through PreCalculus. Tip: To use an Activity you must first have the free Shockwave plugin. If you're unsure if you have it, click here to check. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 

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Site: Math for Morons Like Us URL: http://library.thinkquest.org/20991/home.html Learn PreAlgebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry, PreCalculus, and Calculus on this easy learning site. Each lesson calls out important points and offers a quiz, so you can see if you got it. Tip: On the page linked above, scroll down about halfway to see the actual site link. Tip: On the right hand side of the page linked above are links to a Formula Database, quizzes, and lots more. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Learn.co.uk  Maths  AS Level Author: Learn.co.uk URL: http://www.learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Topic&WCU=26872 43 interactive lessons covering Pure Mathematics 1 and 2, Mechanics, Probability and statistics. Tip: Learn.co.uk tutorials were designed to prepare students for the U.K.'s National Curriculum tests, but are super learning tools for anyone, anywhere. Top of Page 


Site: Graphit: Online Scientific Calculator Author: Patrik Lundin URL: http://www.coolmath.com/graphit/index.html A Graphing scientific calculator applet with instructions and tips. Amazing. Tip: Instructions and tips for using Graphit with your mouse and keyboard are on the lower portion of the page below the applet itself. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 


Site: Excersises in Math Readiness for University Study Author: URL: http://math.usask.ca/mrccgibin/emr/first_page.cgi 39 learning units, most with subunits, offering exercises to test your higher math readiness. The "Mental Arithmetic" applets will increase your speed at doing four function calculations in your head. Tip: Some older Macs can't run the applets. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 

Math > Fractals 


Site: Fractals Author: Cynthia Lanius URL: http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/fractals/sierjava.html Use interactive Java tutorials to learn how fractals work. You can also read up on fractal theory how it is being used to study realworld problems. This link goes ot the Sierpinski Triangle tutorial, but the site contains other fractal tutorials as well. Dr. Brain's Directory Top of Page 

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