Mathsite is "an interactive source for seeing, hearing, doing mathematics." The materials were developed by a professor of mathematics at UC Berkeley and supported by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The website is organized by exhibits covering topics in applied math and pure math, which are intended for people of all ages who want to learn more about mathematics. As of this report, the exhibits available are entitled, "Dissecting Triangles and Squares," and "Sorting Bricks and Sticks." The website is clear and easy to navigate, but requires Flash and Java, and preferably broadband Internet connectivity, to run. Links are available to download these programs for free, along with some alternative versions of the exhibits for certain browsers.


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