Math Activities

Learn the interrelatonships between math and physics.



 CategoryNameDescription
View ActivityGeometryCongruent TrianglesLearn how to copy triangles
View ActivityGeometryParallel LinesLearn how to construct parallel lines
View ActivityGeometrySimilar TrianglesConstructing similar triangles from other triangles
View ActivityGeometrySum of Triangle AnglesShows how to prove the sum of the angles of a triangle equals that of a straight line.
View ActivitygeometryPythagorean GeometricallyProof of Pythagorean theorem by a pure geometric approach. Watch the triangles do the hopey-pokey.
View ActivityGeometryPythagorean TheoremUsing the distributive rule to prove the Pythagorean theorem.
View ActivityMagic SquaresThe Magic SquareIntroduction to the magic square. How to construct one and why magic squares
View ActivityMagic SquaresVertical Flip of Magic SquareWhat happens when we vertically flip a magic square? This is a vertical reflection.
View ActivityMagic SquaresRotation of Magic SquareWhat happens when we rotate a magic square?
View ActivityMagic Squares4x4 Magic SquareThis film shows how to generate 4x4 magic squares
View ActivityMagic Squares5x5 Magic SquareThis film shows how to generate a 5x5 Magic Square
View ActivityMagic Squares6x6 and 4x4Simulation of Sixth Sense exhibit at the Museum of Mathematicss (MoMath)
View ActivityNumber StructureTine & MoneyUses expanded notation to explain calculations with time and exchanging money
View ActivityNumber StructureExplaining FractionsExplaining why we invert fractions when we divide and other operations with fractions
View ActivityNumber StructureSquare RootShows you how to take the square root of a number.
View ActivityNumber StructureDecimal ExponentialsHow to raise a number to a decimal power. You need to know how to take a square root.
View ActivityTricksGuess your numberThrough a series of flash cards, guess a selected number from 1 to 100
View ActivityTricksGuess the sumGuess the sum of 5 rows of numbers before the numbers are stated
View ActivityTrigonometryPowpatProve sin(x+y)=sin(x)cos(y)+sin(y)cos(x) using the power series for the sin and cosine and the binomial expansion







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