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Math Games A collection of fun and cool math games sorted by categories: Algebra, Arithmetic, Decimals, Factors, Fractions, Geometry, Integers Probability, Statistics etc. You can find games for all grade levels here.  Math Mnemonics Some Math Mnemonics to help you remember math facts and formulas. We have put them in the following categories: PreAlgebra, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. 
Bridges
(Hashiwokakero) Connect the islands with a network
of bridges.


Dominosa Tile the
grid with a full set of dominoes.

Galaxies (Tentai
Show) Divide the grid into rotationally symmetric
regions each centered on a dot.

KenKen Complete
the Latin square in accordance with the arithmetic clues.

Light Up (Akari)
Place bulbs to light up all the squares.

Loners (Hitori)
Black out duplicate numbers according to the rules.

Magnets Place
magnets to satisfy the clues and avoid like poles
touching.

Map Colour the
map so that adjacent regions are never the same colour.

Minesweeper Find
all the mines without treading on any of them. This
version differs from the common Windows version, in that
you never need to guess.

Netwalk Rotate
each tile to reassemble the network.

Pattern (Nonogram)
Fill in the pattern in the grid, given only the lengths of
runs of black squares.

Rectangles (Shikaku)
Divide the grid into rectangles with areas equal to the
numbers.

Signpost Connect
the squares into a path following the arrows.

Slant (Gokigen
Naname) Draw a maze of slanting lines that matches
the clues.

Slitherlink Draw
a single closed loop in accordance with the clues.

Sudoku The
original puzzle craze that launched logic puzzles into the
popular mindset! Fill in the grid so that each row, column
and square block contains one of every digit.

Tents Place a
tent next to each tree in accordance with the clues.

Towers Complete
the Latin square of towers in accordance with the clues.

Unequal (Futoshiki)
Complete the Latin square in accordance with
the > signs.

A Tribute to Lewis Carroll,
a.k.a. the mathematician, C. L. Dodgson
(Lewis Carroll is the pseudonym of the English writer and
mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, known especially for the
children's books "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through
the Looking Glass".).
Occasionally, the witty writer and the mathematician would be reconciled, and this part of the site is dedicated to those moments. You may peruse witty Mathrelated Quotations from his work,
or try untangling his math puzzles:
Math, Music and Doodles The Gauss Christmath Special Möbius Music Box Möbius Story: Wind and Mr. Ug Pachelbel's Music Box Canon in D  Math Doodles Doodling in Math Class: Binary Trees Doodling in Math Class: Stars Doodling in Math Class: Snakes + Graphs Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants 
Why
is negative times positive negative?
Why is negative times negative positive?
Why
are we not allowed to divide by zero?
Why is dividing by a fraction the same as multiplying by the
reciprocal?
Why zero factorial equals one?
Why
is a number raised to the zeroth power one?
What does raising a number to a negative power actually mean?
What is a number raised to the half mean?
What is zero raised to the zeroth power?
What is i to the ith power?
Does 0.999... equal one or does it not?
Divisibility
Rule for 3, 9, 7 and 11  Why they work?
Logarithms:
Brief history and Explanation
Monty
Hall Problem Explained
Mobius
Strip Explained
Why
are all Quadratic Graphs U shaped?
Graphing Quadratics made Ridiculously Easy
Graphing Factored Polynomials
Basic
Transformations of Graphs: Translations
The Graph of an Inverse Function is a Reflection
Graphing Complex Numbers
Pascal's Triangle and Binomial Theorem
What
is a vector?
The Medians of a Triangle are Concurrent: Use Vectors to Proof
What
is the number e?
The number e and Compound Interest
e^{ix}: Deriving Euler's Formula
On
Pythagoras' Theorem
Generating Pythagorean Triples
Pythagoras in 3D: Two Ways
MultiChoosing
Puzzle
Pile Splitting Puzzle
Derangements and Hats
Dots and Dashes
Sum
of Cubes
Geometric Series Formula
The Basel Problem / The value of zeta two / Wallis' Product
Benford's Law
Mersenne
Primes
Perfect Numbers
Finger Multiplication Trick
Square Roots  and Addition
The Truth About "Rationalizing the Denominator"
Why
is tangent called "tangent" in trigonometry?
The Complex Number i is NOT the square root of negative one
Fitting Exponential Functions to Data
Pigeon Hole Principle
Curry's
Paradox and the Notion of Area
Partition
Numbers
Partitions
and Fibonacci Numbers
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