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Interactive Mathematics - Learn math while you play with it!

Interactive Mathematics - Learn math while you play with it!
Explore math Use interactive apps to explore math and get a better understanding of what it all means. Go ahead - play and learn! There's over 300 easy to understand math lessons. What users say... How I wish I had access to Intmath during my engineering college days.

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Polyhedra by Jim McNeill: last updated 23 Apr 2013. Note: If you are having difficulty viewing the VRML files, then download the latest version of Cortona from here. HEDRON: Polyhedron generating software, now at V1.12, available here. Help text here. Hedron Tools (Release 2B). Brain Games for Adults Brain games are fun to play at gatherings, meetings, kitty parties or on outings. Most of the brain games usually include trick questions and brain teasers, or some very hard riddles. The following are some brain games that you can play in both small and large groups. These games test some of the capabilities of the brain like concentration, memorization and flexibility. The Stroop Test The Stroop test is a brilliant way to test a person's mental flexibility and concentration.

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Remember Names Game How to Play Remember the names of the people in the pictures as they introduce themselves.Type in their names when prompted. (case-insensitive, but spelling matters) Warning: The pictures used in this game were randomly collected and some of them may be odd, but that just adds to the fun. Cognitive Rehabilitation Word Game Quizzes Cognitive rehabilitation can be helped by performing regular cognitive exercises that force the brain to work a little. This simple word game quiz provides just such a workout, but can be done in the non-threatening environment of your home. Since you can download and print the quizzes, they can be used over and over again. Each quiz contains a tracking line if you want to use it to measure progress. For instance, you can take Quiz One as many times as you wish.

Quaternion group where 1 is the identity element and −1 commutes with the other elements of the group. Cayley graph[edit] The Q8 group has the same order as the Dihedral group, D4, but a different structure, as shown by their Cayley graphs: Brain Age Test 01 (Instantaneous Memory) How to Play This is a brain training game which enables you to strengthen your instantaneous memory and eyesight. Click [START]. After a countdown (wait for 3,2,1), you will see some numbers. Memorize the number's position on the screen quickly. The numbers will disappear for 0.7 seconds.

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