These are some resources that can help you with all areas of math.

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Integers are all numbers with no decimal or fractional part.

They can be negative {−1, −2,−3, −4, ... }, positive {1, 2, 3, 4, ... }, or zero {0}.

This is real math - the kind you see everywhere, everyday. From speed limits to prices in a grocery store, from building projects in a woodshop to baking the ultimate cake in your kitchen, this is one of those math topics you use everyday, sometimes without even knowing.

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This is real math - the kind you see everywhere, everyday. From speed limits to prices in a grocery store, from building projects in a woodshop to baking the ultimate cake in your kitchen, this is one of those math topics you use everyday, sometimes without even knowing.

Linear relations help you figure out and predict real-world things, like how much your phone plan costs or the path a SpaceX rocket will take when it launches. Knowing about linear relationships is useful for things like managing money, understanding economics, and building stuff like bridges and buildings.

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Percents are like the VIP pass to understanding discounts, grades, and even memes. Think of them as your math superpower for crushing deals and acing life's challenges. It also helps you understand how rediculous every sports interview is when they say they'll "Give 110%" to win - bro, come on.

Fractions: Intro

Fractions: Equality

Build a Fraction

Fractions: Mixed Numbers

Fractions: Matcher

Equality Explorer: Basics

Equality Explorer

Equality Explorer: Two Variables

Function Builder

Expression Exchange

Function Builder: Basics

Graphing Lines

Proportion Playground

Ratio & Proportion

Number Line: Integers

Number Line: Distance

Number Line: Operations

Fraction, Decimal & Percent Modeller

Pandemic Percentage Growth Modeller