## Recommended Webplaces

These places are not necessarily wide-open like mine, so be sure to

#1: time of day (of various places around the world)

#2: Create a website for free

#3: Internet Mathematics Library (of The Math Forum, of Drexel University)

#4: Visual Calculus (expository presentation of Mamikon's work, by Tom Apostol)

#5: catalog of proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem

#6: Mathematics Stack Exchange Q & A Website

#7: Interactive Programming Environment in BASIC

#8: Springboard to Languages

#9: Nothing But Motion (the Reciprocal System of Dewey B. Larson)

#10: The Math Reference Project (DIY tutorial resource)

#11: Explanation, by Peter Suber, of material implication

#12: Books, recommended by J. M. Cargal, in the Mathematical Sciences

#13: English Language and Usage Stack Exchange Q & A website

#14: Differential Approximation

#15: Mathematics Handbook

#16: Mathematics Problem Solver

#17: encyclopedia of mathematics

#18: The Simple Pendulum

#19: Stack Exchange Site for Quantitative Finance

#20: Sound Symbolism (mentions Margaret Magnus, and the Bouba/kiki effect)

#21: reverse-spelling word-list

#22: Hymn on Solitude

#23: Wikipedia article on Finger Math

#24: university without TOEFL requirement

#25: calculators

#26: Internet Anagram Server

#27: ProofWiki, the online compendium of mathematical proofs

#28: Staedtler whiteboard markers

#29: Holistic English (“comprehensible input is the key, not immediate comprehensible output”)

#30: General Topology examples

#31: unrestricted publication of science materials

#32: tongue-twisters

#33: Derivative of the Sine Function

#34: Options Pricing (Black-Scholes)

#35: Quadratic Formula (from the Quadratic Equation)

#36: Part-of-Speech –Tagging

#37: numerical (as opposed to symbolic) evaluation of integrals

#38: sum of the reciprocals of the squares

#39: rate of return on an asset

#40: 3 tricky problems: average speed, liquids mixing and transfer, rectangle dissection and re-assembly

#41: OneLook (dictionary search)

#42: Chinese link to learning Esperanto

#43: finding a word based on knowing some of its letters

#44: One American’s journey to Esperanto

#45: Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto (“PIV” for short)

#46: longest ladder around a corner

#47: Pronunciation issues

#48: re: foreign-language learning (/ increasing vocabulary)

#49: Spacing Effect

#50: Esperanto, To Aid to Education Reform: Allan C. Boschen

#51: free online college courses

#52: Physics Dictionary

#53: Teacher-Created Materials

#54: National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition

#55: Increasing Vocabulary

#56: Australian and New Zealand / Esperanto Dictionary

#57: HyperStat Online Statistics Textbook

#58: Shavian Alphabet

#59: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information

#60: Affect Control Theory

#61: Natural Semantic Metalanguage

#62: Power and Society: full text

#63: Gallery of Distributions

#64: The Simon Laven Page (chatbots)

#65: Optimal Apple-Picking Plan (Marginal Value Theorem)

#66: Controlled Natural Language

#67: Controlled Vocabulary

#68: Critical essays on Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”

#69: Cardinality

#70: the move to Bayesian data analysis

#71: Common Errors in English

#72: Growth of Functions

#73: Long-Term Behavior of Yield Curves

#74: Pentatonic Music Collection

#75: Universal Esperanto Association

#76: U.S. National Esperanto Association

#77: ...

#78: A Handbook of Mathematical Discourse

#79: Ipernity

#80: Google (Hong Kong version)

#81: Gmail

#82: Yahoo!

#83: Wikipedia

#84: Jon’s Homeschool Resources

#85: grading on the curve, various meanings of

#86: Paul's Online Notes (for Calculus I, but sites for Calc II, III, and Linear Algebra also exist)

#87: Mamikon's Visual Calculus

#88. Fahtseelah Search (Link-Based Word-Extensions)

#89. Me Talk Pretty One Day

#90. Statistics Terminology and Phraseology website

#91. Immigration English website

#92. Math Fun Facts (hosted by the Harvey Mudd College Math Department)

#93. Open Educational Resources

#94. College Algebra syllabus

#95. Business Mathematics syllabus

#96. formulas for annuities (i.e., future value, present value)

#97. physical examples of hyperbolas

#98. surface area of an egg

#99. list of misnamed theorems

#100. "The greatest mathematical paper of all time"

#101. Mathematics for 12-year-olds

#102. Teaching mathematical induction

#103. book: How to Prove It (A Structured Approach)

#104. Originala Literaturo Esperanta

#105. Schoolhouse Technologies

("Printable Worksheets, Activities and Tests for the Differentiated Classroom")

#106. book: Before You Call the Doctor

#107. The Irreducible Needs of Children

#108. Iru Kun Mi La Angla (versio 1)

#109. discussion and advice on English Composition (by Denise Comer)

#110. Mathematics Museum - maybe

#111. Education Portal ("Take Free Courses. Earn College Credit.")

#112. Esperanto translation of Dave McNeely's article "Making Laws and Money"

#113. Math.com ("The World of Math Online") (curriculum for first grade through eighth grade)

#114. TODOS: Mathematics for ALL

#115. MSTE Online Resource Catalog

(MSTE = Office for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, University of Illinois)

#116. Math for All: Differentiating Math Instruction

#117. Coolmath.com ("An amusement park of math and more... Lessons and games designed for fun!")

#118. MATH-PLAY.COM ("FREE ONLINE MATH GAMES")

#119. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

#120. Johnnie's Math Page ("The Best Math for Kids and their Teachers")

#121. MATH is FUN

#122. AAA Math ("features a comprehensive set of

#123. Spelling Lessons

#124. Geography of the States of the United States

#125. Geography of Nations of the World

#126. Wikipedia article on Sudoku

#127. BRAIN TRAINING GAMES (Sudoku)

#128. How To Determine Remaining Daylight

#129. math for all dot com

#130. Math-for-all.com

#131. maths for all (British)

#132. la matematiko en la hispana

#133. Wikipedia article on the dew point

#134. Wikipedia article on Simpson's Paradox (i.e., rate reversal)

#135. list of 30 major Mercan companies

#136. Wikipedia article on capacitance (basic physics)

#137. Wikipedia article on capacitors (electrical component)

#138. Wikipedia article on arithmetic progressions

#139. Fahtseelah Search

#140. Word in Context (examples sentences containing any word you specify)

#141. Mercer Quality of Living Survey

#142. educational computer games and activities for children

#143. U.S. Metric Association

#144. getting a bid (price-quote) on a small house-improvement project (Home Depot):

#145. audio/visual presentation of using Esperanto as a springboard to languages

#146. Obituary of English (= English is now a dead language)

(satirical article on the poor English appearing nowadays in public forums)

(Washington Post, Sunday, September 19, 2010)

#147. audio/visual presentation on intonation in English

("How to sound polite in English")

#148. a nice example of a satirical article on Linguistics

#149. retejo de la Merka Esperanto-organizaĵo (Esperanto-USA)

#150. Fun with Words

#151. 8 pitfalls to watch for when naming your baby

#152. Formatting Math as Text

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**abide by their terms of use**.#1: time of day (of various places around the world)

#2: Create a website for free

#3: Internet Mathematics Library (of The Math Forum, of Drexel University)

#4: Visual Calculus (expository presentation of Mamikon's work, by Tom Apostol)

#5: catalog of proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem

#6: Mathematics Stack Exchange Q & A Website

#7: Interactive Programming Environment in BASIC

#8: Springboard to Languages

#9: Nothing But Motion (the Reciprocal System of Dewey B. Larson)

#10: The Math Reference Project (DIY tutorial resource)

#11: Explanation, by Peter Suber, of material implication

#12: Books, recommended by J. M. Cargal, in the Mathematical Sciences

#13: English Language and Usage Stack Exchange Q & A website

#14: Differential Approximation

#15: Mathematics Handbook

#16: Mathematics Problem Solver

#17: encyclopedia of mathematics

#18: The Simple Pendulum

#19: Stack Exchange Site for Quantitative Finance

#20: Sound Symbolism (mentions Margaret Magnus, and the Bouba/kiki effect)

#21: reverse-spelling word-list

#22: Hymn on Solitude

#23: Wikipedia article on Finger Math

#24: university without TOEFL requirement

#25: calculators

#26: Internet Anagram Server

#27: ProofWiki, the online compendium of mathematical proofs

#28: Staedtler whiteboard markers

#29: Holistic English (“comprehensible input is the key, not immediate comprehensible output”)

#30: General Topology examples

#31: unrestricted publication of science materials

#32: tongue-twisters

#33: Derivative of the Sine Function

#34: Options Pricing (Black-Scholes)

#35: Quadratic Formula (from the Quadratic Equation)

#36: Part-of-Speech –Tagging

#37: numerical (as opposed to symbolic) evaluation of integrals

#38: sum of the reciprocals of the squares

#39: rate of return on an asset

#40: 3 tricky problems: average speed, liquids mixing and transfer, rectangle dissection and re-assembly

#41: OneLook (dictionary search)

#42: Chinese link to learning Esperanto

#43: finding a word based on knowing some of its letters

#44: One American’s journey to Esperanto

#45: Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto (“PIV” for short)

#46: longest ladder around a corner

#47: Pronunciation issues

#48: re: foreign-language learning (/ increasing vocabulary)

#49: Spacing Effect

#50: Esperanto, To Aid to Education Reform: Allan C. Boschen

#51: free online college courses

#52: Physics Dictionary

#53: Teacher-Created Materials

#54: National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition

#55: Increasing Vocabulary

#56: Australian and New Zealand / Esperanto Dictionary

#57: HyperStat Online Statistics Textbook

#58: Shavian Alphabet

#59: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information

#60: Affect Control Theory

#61: Natural Semantic Metalanguage

#62: Power and Society: full text

#63: Gallery of Distributions

#64: The Simon Laven Page (chatbots)

#65: Optimal Apple-Picking Plan (Marginal Value Theorem)

#66: Controlled Natural Language

#67: Controlled Vocabulary

#68: Critical essays on Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”

#69: Cardinality

#70: the move to Bayesian data analysis

#71: Common Errors in English

#72: Growth of Functions

#73: Long-Term Behavior of Yield Curves

#74: Pentatonic Music Collection

#75: Universal Esperanto Association

#76: U.S. National Esperanto Association

#77: ...

#78: A Handbook of Mathematical Discourse

#79: Ipernity

#80: Google (Hong Kong version)

#81: Gmail

#82: Yahoo!

#83: Wikipedia

#84: Jon’s Homeschool Resources

#85: grading on the curve, various meanings of

#86: Paul's Online Notes (for Calculus I, but sites for Calc II, III, and Linear Algebra also exist)

#87: Mamikon's Visual Calculus

#88. Fahtseelah Search (Link-Based Word-Extensions)

#89. Me Talk Pretty One Day

#90. Statistics Terminology and Phraseology website

#91. Immigration English website

#92. Math Fun Facts (hosted by the Harvey Mudd College Math Department)

#93. Open Educational Resources

#94. College Algebra syllabus

#95. Business Mathematics syllabus

#96. formulas for annuities (i.e., future value, present value)

#97. physical examples of hyperbolas

#98. surface area of an egg

#99. list of misnamed theorems

#100. "The greatest mathematical paper of all time"

#101. Mathematics for 12-year-olds

#102. Teaching mathematical induction

#103. book: How to Prove It (A Structured Approach)

#104. Originala Literaturo Esperanta

#105. Schoolhouse Technologies

("Printable Worksheets, Activities and Tests for the Differentiated Classroom")

#106. book: Before You Call the Doctor

#107. The Irreducible Needs of Children

#108. Iru Kun Mi La Angla (versio 1)

#109. discussion and advice on English Composition (by Denise Comer)

#110. Mathematics Museum - maybe

#111. Education Portal ("Take Free Courses. Earn College Credit.")

#112. Esperanto translation of Dave McNeely's article "Making Laws and Money"

#113. Math.com ("The World of Math Online") (curriculum for first grade through eighth grade)

#114. TODOS: Mathematics for ALL

#115. MSTE Online Resource Catalog

(MSTE = Office for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, University of Illinois)

#116. Math for All: Differentiating Math Instruction

#117. Coolmath.com ("An amusement park of math and more... Lessons and games designed for fun!")

#118. MATH-PLAY.COM ("FREE ONLINE MATH GAMES")

#119. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

#120. Johnnie's Math Page ("The Best Math for Kids and their Teachers")

#121. MATH is FUN

#122. AAA Math ("features a comprehensive set of

**thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons**")#123. Spelling Lessons

#124. Geography of the States of the United States

#125. Geography of Nations of the World

#126. Wikipedia article on Sudoku

#127. BRAIN TRAINING GAMES (Sudoku)

#128. How To Determine Remaining Daylight

#129. math for all dot com

#130. Math-for-all.com

#131. maths for all (British)

#132. la matematiko en la hispana

#133. Wikipedia article on the dew point

#134. Wikipedia article on Simpson's Paradox (i.e., rate reversal)

#135. list of 30 major Mercan companies

#136. Wikipedia article on capacitance (basic physics)

#137. Wikipedia article on capacitors (electrical component)

#138. Wikipedia article on arithmetic progressions

#139. Fahtseelah Search

#140. Word in Context (examples sentences containing any word you specify)

#141. Mercer Quality of Living Survey

#142. educational computer games and activities for children

#143. U.S. Metric Association

#144. getting a bid (price-quote) on a small house-improvement project (Home Depot):

#145. audio/visual presentation of using Esperanto as a springboard to languages

#146. Obituary of English (= English is now a dead language)

(satirical article on the poor English appearing nowadays in public forums)

(Washington Post, Sunday, September 19, 2010)

#147. audio/visual presentation on intonation in English

("How to sound polite in English")

#148. a nice example of a satirical article on Linguistics

#149. retejo de la Merka Esperanto-organizaĵo (Esperanto-USA)

#150. Fun with Words

#151. 8 pitfalls to watch for when naming your baby

#152. Formatting Math as Text

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