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Brilliant animations: an excellent site bringing the maths alive. All D Russell's work is rated most highly by teacher panels.
This virtual reality Java piano lets you play the piano and have a little fun while learning the relationship between the sounds, music theory, musical scales, and the underlying math and physics of ...
MyPhysicsLab hosts a variety of interactive physics simulations like pendulums, roller coasters, colliding blocks, springs, etc. with graphs, source code, and full explanation of the physics and ...
Definition of Bragg's law from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics. Includes some maths.
Read how maths is influencing the game of poker.
Plus is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics.
A profile of Dr David James who investigated how to improve cricket pitches.
Mathematics shows that turning a wobbly table 90 degrees will steady it.
Searchable site of resources regarding gender equality in teaching science and maths. This is a well resourced project with good links and reviews of articles.
Use a clinometer to measure the height of trees, buildings, flag poles and other tall objects. Here's a simple activities to make your own.
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