**Math**

**Math Outlines/Objectives**

**Pre Calc Outline**

**Helpful Math Sites**

**Graphing Calculator**

https://www.desmos.com/calculator

Works with Chrome, Firefox and IE 9

**Math Explanation Videos**

http://www.mathtv.com/videos_by_topic

**More Math Explanation Videos**

http://www.laracosmath.com/english.html

**Mathway**

https://www.mathway.com/Algebra

Go to the Top Left and click on the "hamburger" to see the different courses covered by Mathway.

Type your math problem in the **Enter a problem** area using the on-screen keyboard. Click **Send** and select how you want Mathway to answer. Your answer will be summarized. To view the detailed solution, click on **Tap to view steps**. You'll need to be signed in to view the solution steps.

**Cool Math**

http://www.coolmath.com/algebra/index.html

https://www.purplemath.com/modules/index.htm

**Microsoft Math Solver**

Step-by-step solutions to your math problems.

**Symbolab**

Symbolab is a computational engine that helps you to understand and solve complex college-level math problems with clear step-by-step explanations and proofs. This helps to facilitate the learning and understanding of the underlying mathematical concepts.

Math tools, curriculum and resources.

**Math.Com**

Homework help, practice, tutoring, calculators and tools, and games.

**Wolfram****Alpha**

https://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/mathematics/

Get help with math homework, solve specific math problems or find information on mathematical subjects and topics.

**Wolfram Math World**

https://mathworld.wolfram.com/

A free resource from Wolfram Research built with Mathematica technology

**Math 12, Pre Calc Explained!**

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1OJBJFsv7a2O0qcWfYHoD8Ksh-B68Gdx_?usp=sharing

**Webmath**

Webmath is a math-help website that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed in real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers, Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.

**GCSE Maths**

The Maths index links to the sections in which the following references are made.

**Plus Maths**

https://plus.maths.org/content/

*Plus* provides articles and podcasts on any aspect of mathematics, covering topics as diverse as art, medicine, cosmology and sport, a news section, showing how recent news stories were often based on some underlying piece of maths that never made it to the newspapers, reviews of popular maths books, and puzzles for you to sharpen your wits. We have a regular interview with someone in a maths-related career.

**MAthTV**

Helpful math videos covering topics from Basic Math through Calculus.

**Math in Real Life Resources**

**Centre for Education in Math and Computing University of Waterloo**

**https://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/resources/real-world.html**

High school students often ask about mathematics “When will we ever use this in the real world?”.

In fact, researchers in mathematics and computer science are making new discoveries all the time. These discoveries are being applied in some surprising contexts - in industry, finance, medicine, the environment, and the justice system, to name just a few. Modern mathematicians don't just work in isolation - they collaborate with doctors, environmental scientists, lawyers, engineers and experts in many other fields on applications that are changing the world in powerful ways.

Examples

Explore some real-world problems being solved by mathematicians. For each real-world problem, try your hand at a related mathematical problem. These problems are designed to be accessible to students in grades 7-8 and later. Solutions are provided.

**Tap into Teen Minds**

**https://tapintoteenminds.com/3act-math/**

**https://tapintoteenminds.com/blog/**

Ontario Math Resources

Real World Math Problems to Make Math Contextual, Visual and Concrete From K-12

**Mathalicious**

**https://www.mathalicious.com/blueprints**

A rigorous math education includes an equal emphasis on procedural fluency, conceptual understanding, and applications. Real-world lessons from Mathalicious are an important component of math class, and are easy to integrate into any core curriculum.

We recommend using Mathalicious lessons at three points in an instructional unit: at the beginning to introduce the unit; in the middle of the unit; and at the end to culminate the unit. Introductory lessons are accessible to students without a formal understanding of the upcoming mathematics, and help set the stage for what's to come. Meanwhile, culminating lessons are typically more challenging and require students to have a stronger procedural and conceptual foundation.

**Mathematical Moments**

**https://www.ams.org/publicoutreach/mathmoments/browsemoments?cat=all**

Mathematical Moments are 8.5" x 11" pdfs, available on many different topics in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Some have been translated into other languages, and some feature podcast interviews with experts in the field. Use the pulldown lists below to select the Mathematical Moment you're looking for.

**Math in the Workplace**

**https://www.micron.com/foundation/educators/k12-educators/math-in-the-workplace**

Click on a job title to download a pdf with a math problem that is relevant to that job (organized by the type of math used).

These real-world math problems were contributed by a variety of business professionals and demonstrate the relevance of math in today’s world.

The intent of these lessons is to excite students about mathematics, to expose students to professions that employ mathematics, and to demonstrate the relevance of mathematics in solving real-world challenges. Connecting learning to the world of work helps students see how knowledge is applied and acts to motivate them. It helps students see how what they learn relates to life beyond school so that young people can be better prepared for the rapidly changing world.

Math in the Workplace problems are aligned with both the national Standards for School mathematics and the Idaho State mathematics Achievement Standards.

These lessons are designed to be copied for the classroom, with both a question and an answer page.

**Practical Uses of Math and Science Examples**

**https://pumas.gsfc.nasa.gov/examples/index.php?order_by=grade**

The PUMAS examples are aimed primarily at helping pre-college teachers enrich their presentation of topics in math and science.

You may find a number of examples that relate to your area of interest, perhaps written in different styles, and possibly taking different approaches to the material. There may also be comments/lesson plans filed with some of the examples, written by previous users.

Use these examples as a resource -- Select, adapt, recontextualize, and present the material to your students in a way that you judge will best meet your students' needs, abilities, and interests.

**BCIT Examples of Math in the Real World**

See examples of how various areas of mathematics are applied to various areas of technology.

Choose an area of mathematics from the top of the table and go down its column,

Choose an area of technology from the left edge of the table and go across its row,

Click on the cell at the intersection of the row and the column. Only the cells saying go to topic are completed at this time.

Before there was Weird Al there was Tom Leher. Here's his take on "New Math"...