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General Math Topics and Math Games


  • Who Wants Pizza? - A fun way to learn about fractions. This is a really good introduction to fractions.
  • Fraction Tutorial - a neat way to learn about fractions.
  • Fractions - Help with equivalent fractions, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions.


Math Tables, Formulas and Coversions

Special Topics in Math

  • Create a Graph - If you need to make a graph, this site will help you out.
  • Homework Help at Algebra.Com - Interactive solutions of algebra problems.
  • Mr. Robb's Math Videos - If you take algebra or calculus, you will find these videos by Mr. Robb very helpful. There are lots of them on YouTube.
  • The Primes Page - Everything that you ever wanted to know about prime numbers.
  • On Roman Numerals - This page explains Roman numerals and has a handy box for converting from Roman to Arabic numerals or from Arabic to Roman.
  • The Mega Penny Project - Have you ever wondered how big a pile of ten billion pennies would be? Take a look at this site for piles of pennies from 16 pennies to one quintillion pennies.
  • Symmetry and Pattern in Oriental Carpets - Explanations of the elements of symmetry, asymmetry, and patterns and see examples in Oriental rugs.

History of Mathematics