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1. The First Grade Backpack - Arithmetic
Offers math games for young kids including those for practicing counting and addition. arithmetic Activities. Buzzing with Shapes almost like tic-tac-toe
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Extractions: Buzzing with Shapes - almost like tic-tac-toe Let's Count - excellent interactive activities The Counting Story - animated Count Your Chickens - Count how many of each. 123 Order - What comes next? The Counting Game - match the number Let's Count - count the pictures and match the numbers Blue Dog Can Count - addition How Many? - Count the pictures. Super Sequencer - learn to count in chosen multiples Juice Bottle Jingles - play music by matching the numbers Mouse on the Move - Which number from 1 to 10 is missing? mathwhale.com - many basic activities with a whale theme for early learners Spot the Odds - Just odd numbers are right answers. 123 Match - Click on the matching sets. Color by Number - some nice choices Number Relationships - developed to go along with the National Standards Numbertime - fun games and activities that deal with the basics Color it - learn about multiples of two. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives - many excellent choices, but an adult may have to help the student to get started. Get Dotty - Connect the multiples of 3 dots.

2. Mathematics Archives - Topics In Mathematics - Arithmetic
Drill, Addition, Multiplication, Division, Subtraction. arithmetic 24. ADD. KEYWORDS Puzzle. arithmetic 24 Game
http://archives.math.utk.edu/topics/arithmetic.html

3. FREE ARITHMETIC WORKSHEETS FROM S&S SOFTWARE
Download free arithmetic homework worksheets. Practice basic skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with whole numbers and decimals. Free arithmetic Worksheets from S S Software
http://www.sssoftware.com/freeworksheets

4. History Of Mathematics: History Of Arithmetic And Number Theory
Resource focuses on the history of mathematics and presents this offering of links to number theory, prime numbers, and Fermat's last theorem.
http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/arithmetic.html

5. AAA Math
Over 1700 pages of free online interactive arithmetic lessons, problems and games for grades K8
http://www.aaamath.com/

6. Arithmetic
Over 200 pages of interactive arithmetic lessons, problems and games for grades K-8.Category Kids and Teens School Time Math arithmeticOver 1700 pages of free online interactive arithmetic lessons, problemsand games for grades K8. arithmetic. This Site Contains
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7. Arithmetic - Contents By Grades
Over 200 pages of free interactive arithmetic lessons, problems and games for gradesK8. arithmetic. This Site Contains Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills.
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8. Math Forum: Arithmetic
The best Internet resources for arithmetic classroom materials, software, Internet projects, and public forums for discussion. arithmetic. Back to Math by Subject
http://forum.swarthmore.edu/arithmetic/arithmetic.html

9. Math Forum: Arithmetic
The best Internet resources for arithmetic classroom materials, software, Internetprojects, and public forums for discussion. arithmetic. arithmetic.
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10. Math Forum: Arithmetic Lesson Plans
arithmetic Lesson Plans. Back to arithmetic Classroom Materials. LessonPlans arithmetic. This list contains some of the best sites
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Extractions: num. analysis This list contains some of the best sites for individual arithmetic lesson plans or materials on which to base them. For a more exhaustive list, or to find materials that fit your specific needs, search or browse Arithmetic/Early Math or Lesson Plans in the Forum's Internet Mathematics Library. Adventures in Statistics - Scavo, Petraroja A Web unit preprint of a paper by teachers Tom Scavo and Byron Petraroja that describes a mathematics project involving fifth grade students and the ... Algebra - Fun with Calendars - Cynthia Lanius Take any calendar. Tell a friend to choose 4 days that form a square. If your friend tells you only the sum of the four days, you can tell her what ... Bricks Activity - Suzanne Alejandre A classroom activity (also called the Masonry Problem; a variation on polyominoes) aligned to the NCTM and California Standards, to be explored ...

11. FIELD ARITHMETIC PREPRINT ARCHIVE
This archive stores electronic preprints on the arithmetic of fields, Galois theory, model theory Category Science Math Algebra Field TheoryTHE FIELD arithmetic ARCHIVE. Welcome to the Field arithmetic electronic preprintarchive. Please click for information Planned activities in Field arithmetic.
http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/research/Fields/

Extractions: Welcome to the Field Arithmetic electronic preprint archive. This archive stores electronic preprints on the arithmetic of fields, Galois theory, model theory of fields, and related topics. It is located at Ben Gurion University in Be'er-Sheva, Israel. Please click for information: Planned activities in Field Arithmetic. Instructions for joining the mailing list. Members of the mailing list receive announcements of preprints when they are deposited in the archive. Instructions for authors Construction and classification of some Galois modules , by Jan Minac and John Swallow (abstract) Brauer groups of genus zero extensions of number fields , by Jack Sonn and John Swallow (abstract) Prelude: Arithmetic fundamental groups and noncommutative algebra , by Michael D. Fried (abstract) Galois module structure of p-th power classes of extensions of degree p , by Jan Minac and John Swallow (abstract) Hurwitz monodromy, spin separation and higher levels of a Modular Tower , by Michael Fried (abstract) Relativley projective groups as absolute Galois groups , by Jochen Koenigsmann (abstract) Free products of absolute Galois groups , by Dan Haran, Moshe Jarden and Jochen Koenigsmann (abstract) PSC Galois extensions of Hilbertian fields , by W.-D. Geyer and M. Jarden

12. The ArithmAttack
Free arithmetic learning game How many randomly generated arithmetic problems can you answer in 60 seconds?
http://www.dep.anl.gov/aattack.htm

13. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany And Puzzles, Arithmetic And Algebra
arithmetic and Algebra. A growing number of topics from Algebra and arithmeticmany of which are accompanied by interactive illustrations and simulations.
http://www.cut-the-knot.com/algebra.shtml

Extractions: Recommend this site Interactive Mathematic Miscellany and Puzzles Arithmetic and Algebra 3 glass puzzle [JavaScript] 4x4 coloring problem Abacus in Various Number Systems [Java] About numbers Addition The Aliquot Game [Java] Almost every integer has the digit 3 in it Almost Integers An Application of Mental Arithmetic to Highway Safety Arithmetic-Geometric Means Inequality ... Arithmetic magic matrix [Java] Arithmetic Operations in Various Bases [Java] Arithmetic Paradoxes A simple integral Averages in a sequence Bachet's Magic Trick [Java] Base Converter [JavaScript] Beatty Sequences Bilateral Diagrams [Java] Binary Color Device [Java] Binary Euclid's Algorithm Binomial Theorem Breaking Chocolate Bars [Java] Broken Calculator [Java] Byzantine Basketball Chinese Remainder Theorem Collatz Conjecture [Java] Comparing complex numbers.

14. Modular Arithmetic
Modular arithmetic. Modular (often also Modulo) arithmetic is an unusuallyversatile tool discovered by KF.Gauss (17771855) in 1801.
http://www.cut-the-knot.com/blue/Modulo.shtml

Extractions: Recommend this site Modular (often also Modulo The set of numbers congruent to a modulo N is denoted [a] N . If b [a] N N . Quite often these N sets are simply identified with the corresponding remainders:  N N = 1,..., [N-1] N = N-1. Remainders are often called residues ; accordingly, [a]'s are also know as the residue classes N By definition, [a] N + [b] N = [a + b] N [a] N N N Subtraction is defined in an analogous manner [a] N - [b] N = [a - b] N N ring with commutative addition and multiplication. Division can't be always defined. To give an obvious example, So  could not be defined uniquely. We also see that something we never had either for integer or real numbers. The situation improves for prime N's in which case division can be defined uniquely. Observe multiplication tables below for prime N. (For multiplication and division tables I have removed column and row.) Every row (and column) contains all non-zero remainders mostly messed up. So every row is a permutation N field For non prime N, most rows contain zeros and repeated entries. The tables exhibit a variety of patterns. To mention a few:

15. Arithmetic Lesson Plans
Main Create Edit Help
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Extractions: Strategies for Instruction in Mathematics The numbers in parentheses indicate appropriate grade levels. These parenthesized numbers indicate the number of resources listed. Grade levels are specified within the Explorer Web sites. General Mathematics ( 21 ) General Whole Numbers and Numeration ( 31 ) Number Sense General Number Sense ( 12 ) Word Names and Symbols ( 13 ) Place Value ( 7 ) Compare and Order Numbers ( 6 ) ... Division ( 11 ) Number Properties General Number Properties ( 13 ) Odd and Even Multiple and Common Multiple ( 5 ) Number Theory ( 3 ) Factor and Common Factor ( 6 ) Prime Number and Prime Factor ( 4 ) Scientific Notation Fractions Decimals Ratio Percent ( 8 ) Fractions General Fractions ( 5 ) Meaning of Fractions ( 5 ) Equivalent Fractions ( 4 ) Compare and Order Fractions ( 1 ) ... Multiply and Divide Fractions ( 4 ) Decimals General Decimals ( 5 ) Meaning of Decimals ( 3 ) Equivalent Decimals ( 2 ) Compare and Order Decimals ( 3 ) ... Multiply and Divide Decimals ( 1 ) Averaging

16. FREE ARITHMETIC FACT PAGES
Download free arithmetic fact tables. Practice basic facts in divisionwith whole numbers. Free arithmetic Fact Pages from S S Software.
http://www.sssoftware.com/arithmeticfacts/

17. Vector Arithmetic Applet
Vector arithmetic Java Visualization. If your browser recognized the applettag, you would see an applet here. Instruction Distribution archive
http://www.pa.uky.edu/~phy211/VecArith/

18. Java Applet For Kids -  Basic Arithmetic Practice
Java applet by Ashok Kumar Gupta offers entertaining addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Category Kids and Teens School Time Math arithmeticThis page has moved to http//www.akgupta.com/arithmetic.htm.Sorry for the inconvenience.
http://www.geocities.com/ashok_12_66/arithmetic.htm

19. Arithmetic Properties Of Binomial Coefficients
arithmetic properties of Binomial Coefficients. Binomial Coefficientshave many remarkable arithmetic properties. In this esurvey
http://www.math.uga.edu/~andrew/Binomial/

20. An Invitation To Arithmetic Geometry
Dino Lorenzini. Additions, corrections, review, preface.Category Science Math Number Theory Publications BooksAn Invitation to arithmetic Geometry. Professor Kleinert reviews thebook in Zentralblatt fur Mathematik and writes an extremely
http://www.math.uga.edu/~lorenz/book.html

Extractions: Professor Kleinert reviews the book in Zentralblatt fur Mathematik and writes: ...an extremely carefully written, masterfully thought out, and skil[l]fully arranged introduction and quite so an invitation, as promised to the arithmetic of algebraic curves, on the one hand, and to the algebro-geometric aspects of number theory, on the other hand. Detailed discussions, full proofs, much effort at thorough motivations, a wealth of illustrating examples, numerous related exercises and problems, hints for further reading, and a rich bibliography characterize this text as an excellent guide for beginners in arithmetic geometry... a highly welcome addition to the existing literature. The book was developed from the notes of a year-long course taught at UGA. It is intended for upper level undergraduates and graduate students. The reviewer in Zentralblatt stresses the innovation in Professor Lorenzini's ``quite unconventional way'' of teaching arithmetic geometry. The text... does justice to its author's method[olog]ical intentions in a very remarkable and, what is more, nearly perfect manner,... a method[olog]ical inspiration for teachers of the subject.

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