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Algebra 98
Math.com: A World of Math Online

This website is intended to help students, parents, and teachers learn math. The site is divided into the following sections: Homework Help, Practice, Tutoring, Calculators and Tools, Games, and Store. Some topics of the topics covered include: basic math, everyday math, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, advanced topics, and math tutoring.

http://www.math.com/
Math Is More Than Just Numbers

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. In this episode of ATETV, viewers visit a community college prep class which is helping students improve their math skills. The instructor describes the importance of mathematics and how this class is structured to help students get caught up so that they can be successful in college. Running time...

https://www.atetv.org/video/math-just-numbers/
Interactive Middle School Math Activities

This website is provided by Shodor Education Foundation and contains a series of online interactive activities designed for use in middle school mathematics. Topics include: Geometry, Algebra, Probability, Statistics, Modeling, Discrete, and others.

http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/
Webmath

Webmath, from Discovery Education, provides help for mathematics students. Categories include general mathematics, K-8 math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. The site covers everything you need to know, whether you need help with a specific topic or are looking to brush up on some math skills.

http://webmath.com/
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Scientific Notation

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of mathematics in phonetics education. In 22 minutes, Chamberlain presents the basics of mathematics in phonetics education - scientific notation, prefixes, writing large and small numbers, and more. Once the basics have been explained, Chamberlain introduces students to topics such as Engineering Notation (in which exponents are...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-f1-3dIdnU&feature=youtu.be
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Unit Conversion

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of unit conversion in phonetics education. In 26 minutes, Chamberlain covers topics such as the basics of units (of measure) and unit ratios. Once the basics have been covered, Chamberlain explains concepts further, introducing students to topics such as multiplying measurements, prefixes, and equations. All examples introduced by...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VMIl3sgmrw&feature=youtu.be
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Introductory Algebra

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of algebra in relation to phonetics education. In 29 minutes, Chamberlain covers such topics as formulas (to solve for the area of an object, to solve financial equations, and everything in between) and order of operations. Once the basics are covered, Chamberlain presents numerous examples in which these techniques can be applied,...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX0Kz72G5q0&feature=youtu.be
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Powers and Roots

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of powers and roots as it relates to photonics education. In 25 minutes, Chamberlain covers topics such as powers (repeated multiplications), negative bases, roots, and cube roots. Once the basics are covered, Chamberlain provides numerous examples for students to consider, including calculating the braking distance of a motor vehicle...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvHJHPOfRtM&feature=youtu.be
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Ratio and Proportion

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of ratio and proportion as the concepts relate to photonics education. In 27 minutes, Chamberlain presents the basics of ratios, percentages, and proportions (which, as he explains, are just equal ratios). Once the basics are covered, Chamberlain provides numerous examples of these concepts in action, including ratios as they relate to...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXDDvI-HCYY&feature=youtu.be
Mathematics for Photonics Education: Exponents and Logarithms

This lecture, presented by John Chamberlain, covers the basics of exponents and logarithms as the concepts relate to photonics education. In 22 minutes, Chamberlain presents the basics of natural logarithms, using calculators, and using logs in algebra. Once the basics are covered, Chamberlain provides numerous examples of these concepts in action, including equations as they function within...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqKS9bJb2Ds&feature=youtu.be
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