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4434Calculus Review
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An interactive set of 8 12-question quizzes on integration, limits, and differentiation. Netscape 4.5 or later.The CSU Math Success Website
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The California State University Math Success Website offers a variety of college prep math resources and a personalized advising tool to help students prepare for college math. The website encourages students to take advantage of their high school years to ensure that they are ready for the CSU.MacQTeX Randomised Mathematics Quizzes
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A collection of online quizzes on many topics in undergraduate mathematics, featuring randomly generated questions, multiple choice and fill-in-the-answer, with fully worked solutions.Magic Square
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This is a fun puzzle page. It is an interactive game that helps you to learn magic squares. Its very simple so it is easy to learn and understand.Math is Fun
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This website is mostly for the lower grade levels, from elementary school to middle school. Contains alot of information, in the form of puzzles and quizzes mostly. This site is not just for students, it has some worksheets and puzzles that instructors could use to help keep the attention of their students. When you first open the website, it may look like it is really unorganized, infact you might be right. Even though it looks unorganized it is still really easy to navigate through. You have the option of using the left side of the screen, which lists categories and subjects, or in the body of the site there are little descriptions of each to help you decide what it is you might want to do.Telling the Time: Arithmetical Clock Operations
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This module uses interactive clocks to teach and test adding and subtracting progressively more difficult periods of time. Date: 22/02/2007. Size: 140 questions / 14 activities. Qedoc Auto-rating: 529. Telling the Time: Multiple Choice Quizzes
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This module uses the Qedoc Quiz Player's clock functions to create a set of multiple choice quizzes which test time telling. The four quizzes are sequenced from easy to hard. Children are tested on progressively more complex expressions of time. One of the key features of this module is the use of random time and clock problem generators. Every time a quiz is taken, it is automatically populated with a fresh set of questions. At the easiest level, additional help is given by using easier clockfaces and clockfaces which combine graphical and digital/verbal aids. Hourly intervals are also used, so only the most basic of time expressions are tested at this level. At the hardest level the following features are included: use of clockfaces with Roman numerals, time-telling down to 1-minute intervals, conversion between digital and verbal forms of expression, conversion between short and long forms of verbal expression. Multiple attempts are allowed. Questions timers are used to encourage learners to keep up the pace. Results are tracked over time so that parents can monitor progress. Attractive sound effects and graphics are used. A rewards system motivates learners to maintain progress. Date: 22/02/2007. Size: 73 questions / 6 activities. Qedoc Auto-rating: 224. 3 x table
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A series of levels reinforces the 3 times table. Levels use multiplication, division and missing number questions, most of which are multiple choice. The penultimate level asks the learner to type in the answer with the onscreen keypad, and the final level is a mega test of 50 questions. The order of questions is randomised. Progress is tracked and numerous awards given for achievement at each level. Date: 15/11/2007. Size: 101 questions / 12 activities. Qedoc Auto-rating: 1080. Adding Unit Fractions App for Android
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The app proposes 21 challenges to overcome.Obtaining the proper fractions listed at the top of the application, adding two or three unit fractions.Each proposed proper faction has a variable number of solutions.And different levels of difficultyYou can not repeat unit fractions with the same value.In the app you'll find a button to delete all the solutions found in the current problem, and to start from scratch.The littlest unit fraction used in this app is 1/28.The program is designed to show the usefulness of the subtraction of fractions in solving such problems.Addition - Timed Practice and Drill
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Solve the addition facts before the time runs out. Offers timed addition fact practice for digits 1-10. Students are given a time limit to answer each question. The time limits become shorter as the student progresses. The time limits include 10 seconds, 8 seconds, 6 seconds, 5 seconds, 4 seconds, 3 seconds, and 2 seconds. Students are also able to take a 2 minute timed test and a 1 minute timed test. Date: 20/04/2007. Size: 209 questions / 9 activities. Qedoc Auto-rating: 439.