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Real World Math: Project Based Learning - U-Boat Hunt
Real World Math

This lesson places students in WWII as code breaking members of Britain’s Station X. 

Number patterns,Number sense,Inductive Reasoning,Algebra

Real World Math: Project Based Learning - Spreadsheet App
Real World Math

This lesson involves students formatting a spreadsheet so that it is a workable math app.

ABCya! Swimming Otters Algebra
ABCya!

Swimming Otters Algebra is an educational multi-player racing activity for kids to practice algebraic expressions.

Real World Math: Exploratory Lessons - Pyramid in the Desert
Real World Math

This lesson introduces students to the concept of fractals with a simple fractal curve. 

OpenStax: Algebra and Trigonometry
OpenStax

Algebra and Trigonometry provides a comprehensive exploration of algebraic principles and meets scope and sequence requirements for a typical introductory algebra and trigonometry course.

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #1 - Solving Problems
Crash Course

How do we need to look at complex math problems as people and still make sense of it all?

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #4 - Understanding Fractions
Crash Course

Rational expressions (aka fractions) can be scary to see on the page.

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #3 - Negative Numbers and Arithmetic
Crash Course

In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra, James walks us through a bit of history and practical math.

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #5 - Irrational Numbers
Crash Course

Irrational numbers sound unnatural, but they can actually be found all around us in the simplest shapes.

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #6: Exponents and Scientific Notation
Crash Course

It’s intuitive to think about squaring or doubling something. It’s just a number multiplied by itself.

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #7 - Logarithms and Exponents
Crash Course

In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra, James demystifies logarithms!

Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #10 - What Does "Graphing an Equation" Mean?
Crash Course

If you’ve had much experience with Algebra and Geometry, you know that graphs are a thing.