Interactive Mathematics invites users to "Learn mathematics while you play with it!" Using dozens of interactive demonstrations, this site covers all areas of math — from algebra and trigonometry to statistics and calculus. Mini lessons include definitions, formulas, examples, and exercises connecting concepts to the real world. Written by a math lecturer at Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore, Interactive Mathematics is intended for use by students and teachers at the secondary and undergraduate levels, and by those who simply have a liking for the world of mathematics. Even if math is not your favorite, you'll enjoy these activities. Don't be afraid to make mistakes because "mistakes are not the end of the world — they are the beginning of real learning!"
Murray Bourne/Interactive Mathematics
• Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations
• High School