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Math Links & Resources: Algebra 2 and Trigonometry
resources & links Teachers Network Math

Algebra 2 and Trigonometry

  1. Algebra Postulates
  2. Algebra Resources from the Math Archives
  3. Appetizers and Lessons for Math and Reason - Interesting site for developing your own lessons or tutoring and enrichment beyond classroom instruction. Useful to high school students and math teachers.
  4. Arithmetic and Algebra - Interactive Mathematic Miscellany and Puzzles
  5. Coolmath.com - for teachers, parents and kids ages 13-100!
  6. Damping Functions - as they are used in Music.
  7. Decibel Levels - get a list of noises and their decibel levels.
  8. Fittling a Line to Data - a sample project and suggested prerequisites.
  9. Function Basics
  10. Functions - types of functions
  11. Function Squashing
  12. Graph Paper Printer - FREE software to download to print graph paper with cartesian or polar coordinates including linear, logarithmic, quadratic or gaussian.
  13. Interactive Mathematics Online - A site which includes clear explanations of mathematical ideas with examples.
  14. Linear and Matrix Algebra Resources from the Math Archives
  15. Logic Puzzles
  16. Math Puzzles - varying levels of problems given here!
  17. Math Puzzles - Find a new Math puzzle each week....
  18. MathsNet Puzzles - a variety of different kinds of math puzzles, including logic puzzles, sequences, mazes, and more.
  19. S.O.S. Mathematics - Matrix Algebra
  20. Word Problems - problems are arranged in grade levels - grades 5 through 12
  21. Math Problems for Kids - Grades 5 through 12
  22. What is a Logarithm - an Internet Sampler on Logarithms.

Trigonometry
  1. Coolmath.com - for teachers, parents and kids ages 13-100!
  2. EMR - Exercises in Math Readiness
  3. Interactive Mathematics Online - A site which includes clear explanations of mathematical ideas with examples.
  4. Cognitive Technologies Corporation's Interactive Trigonometry Explorer Lessons - you'll need to have the shockwave plug-in to really enjoy this site.
  5. An Introduction to Trigonometry
  6. Pythagorean Identities
  7. A Short Course in Trigonometry
  8. Trigonometry Exercises and WonderMath
  9. Trigonometry - Manipula Math - 17 Applets including Trig Identities
  10. S.O.S. Mathematics - Trigonometry
  11. Trigonometry - A Review by James A. Sellers
  12. Trigonometry - Outline by James A. Sellers

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Nancy Powell is a Web Mentor for the Teachers Network and the Lead Teacher of the Mathematics Department at Bloomington High School in Bloomington, IL
For more information or comments about these math pages, contact
Nancy Powell at npowell@bhs-ms.org

 

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