Five pages of original questions designed to lead students to an understanding of many things:

- statements (true/false)
- quantifiers (for all, there exists)
- and, or, not
- implications
- inverse, converse, contrapositive
- truth tables

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Matt investigates why all 3D shapes lie in the Polyhedron Plane.

Includes discussion about three-dimensional shapes and networks (graph theory).

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An article discussing misrepresentation in graphs, in particular Pie graphs.

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An interactive showing equivalent fractions.

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An interactive to show various representations of a percentage.

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Jade explains how a simple principle solves seemingly impossible math problems.

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Visualize the mean of a data set as a balance point in this activity.

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An interactive for investigation the median, mean and variability.

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Pull up nets is a fantastic, fun way to learn how a net forms a polyhedron. Experience the wow moment when the net becomes a solid.

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You will find 15 worksheets for many topics covered in most curriculums. Currently has just under 20,000 printable worksheets. Everything is completely free to use.

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We discover the key takeaways from unit conversion with our interactive experience.

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Percentages are reversible. We learn how to take advantage of this trick, and why it works.

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With three interactive exploration activities and two assessments to investigate transforming quadratic functions.

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Investigate the curved surface area of a cone.

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An interactive to investigate the net of a cone.

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The story of when and why negative numbers came to be used (usually about money of course!) and some of the issues they caused!

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A video about using the binomial distribution to make a prediction about the probability of making 7 out of 10 basketball shots given the probability of making each individual shot is 60%. Covers

- Factorials
- Dependent/Independent events
- Pascal's triangle
- Binomial coefficients
- Simulation

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We explore the concept of a penny doubled or a million dollars with our interactive experience and we discover the importance of compound interest.

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The power of compound interest can drown you in exploding debt or raise you to incredible wealth. See the vital role compound interest plays in debt and in wealth building.

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Showing a general angle on the coordinate plane.

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