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Below are a list of websites that pupils may find of interest or of use during their school career.
Careers in Mathematics
GCSE mathematics revision
Useful maths revision at all levels
An American site that has lots of useful problems on various AS and A2 modules.
An American site with problems and solutions for AS and A2 students.
A vast site with hundreds of links to various sites for the A level student.
More useful ideas and hints with problems and solutions.
This direct link heads you towards maths and statistics problems and ideas. But it also covers other A Level subjects too.
More ideas and notes for AS and A2 maths.
An engineering course from Aberdeen University, but has lots useful notes on calculus and other A Level modules.
Help, hints, problems, solutions, puzzles and calculators.
Key Stage 3 Websites
Fibonacci Numbers: http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibnat.html
Pascals Triangle: http://mathforum.org/workshops/usi/pascal/pascal_lessons.html
General Mathematics Websites
lots of links to other mathematical websites.
site for students and teachers with calculators, help, practice, games,etc
magazine published 5 times a year to introduce people to practical applications of maths.
maths dictionary and explanations.
huge collection of info on numbers. GCSE test that generates 50 random questions and then marks them.
maths tricks and weird maths facts
279 applets demonstrating concepts in maths
maths activities, resources and exam help
loads of maths info including ask Dr.Math.
discovery based maths guidance
algebra worksheet generator with answers.
fun way to learn maths – tricks and games
basic maths skills and games. Explanations in simple terms.
great notes on algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus
does what it says on the tin
good links for algebra
maths reference tables
lesson plans and ideas
enlightening problems and worksheets
multimedia maths ideas with lots of applets to help with demonstrations
a great site with links to further maths websites including fractals and Escher etc