In this simulation, you will not only learn how to contain terms in brackets, but you will also get to practice!
In this simulation, you will not only learn how to contain terms in brackets, but you will also get to practice!
Hacker has infested the Cybrary with nasty bugs. The Cybersquad needs your help to clean up the nasty mess. To clear the room of bugs, click and drag each bug to the column of the same color. If you can’t fit all of the bugs of the same color in a column, use the bar graph scaler to change the scale. Good luck!
The roof is leaking and Dougal dog is getting wet. Builder Ted needs to fix the roof! Help him climb to the top of the house by placing the bricks on the ladder in numerical order.
Create your own secret message! In this activity, you can create an affine cipher for encoding and decoding messages. All you need to do is input your own constant and multiplier and then input a message to encode.
In this activity, you will encode and decode messages to determine the form for an affine cipher. Simply, input a message to encode, then input your guesses for the constant and multiplier.
In this activity, your goal is to decode encrypted messages. In doing so, you will practice your reasoning and arithmetic skills. Simply input your guesses for the multiplier and constant and check to see if you are correct.
A mach number represents how many times the speed of sound a vehicle is traveling. NASA uses mach numbers to describe the speed of their planes. This video shows you how algebra can be used to determine the mach number of a NASA plane.
Here’s a challenge for you! We’ve got containers that need to be filled with water. You’ll have a choice of three different sized pots to use. Pick the combination of pots that will fill the containers with the fewest number of pours—without spilling over.
Learn about fractions between 0 and 1 by repeatedly deleting portions of a line segment. You will also learn about properties of fractal objects.
Find the buried treasure! After this lesson and activity, you will understand how to read the coordinates of points plotted on the Cartesian plane.