This site teaches kids of all ages a simple and interesting approach to math that applies to real world situations. It also includes a simulated stock market game.
You will learn real-life math using a variety of investment vehicles such as compound interests, bank deposits, CD's, stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. In each of the steps, we offer definitions, equations, and examples so you can understand the not so complex financial world. Estimation is a fundamental part of math and you are asked to estimate the answer of the quiz as an interactive experience of this web site. Math can be stimulating and fun!
What does math have to do with music? How does music affect students’ performance on tests? Ever heard of Mozart’s effect? Come visit us and find out for yourself ! We hope you’ll enjoy your visit.
Math started around 2,000 B.C. We examine those great mathematicians who developed key concepts such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. You will find names like Euclid, Pascal, Newton, and Gauss in your textbooks. Most of these mathematicians were scientists too. You will enjoy reading these pages as we walk you through the history of math.
We demonstrate math concepts such as the power of doubling, base '2' binary math, unit conversions, and scientific notation through daily life examples. You will learn why your PC's are getting better and cheaper and many other interesting subjects. Again, there is estimation and a quiz in each step to challenge your mind.
Are you driving on the road a lot? This page will show you the
break even analysis of car rental, pattern recognition of routes
between cities, and the cost tradeoff of driving various sizes of
cars. You’ll also learn about road safety, relating braking
distance to reaction time. Math can help you save money and drive
safely. Happy surfing!