Sunday, 03 March 2013 | Comments
The “automatic simple random number generator” on MathsStarters got a little fix-up today.
This tool was originally designed for a teacher who wanted to set a bingo game going with a small group of students, and be able to walk away and help others.
Firstly, by default there are no duplicates shown. Just set the minimum and maximum values, a time interval, and press Go. Random will then shuffle the chosen numbers and display them as per the time interval.
The other new feature, on the display screen, you can choose from the display to be small, medium or large.
Finally, it works on an iPad/iPhone.
New Subscribe to the …MathsLinks
Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
MathsClass is about teaching and learning in a maths classroom. more→
Arithmetic – GeoGebra
maths geogebra mentrard
Interactives | Spire Maths
The Secret Math of Hot Dogs and Buns | Quanta Magazine
The Riemann Hypothesis, explained | by Jørgen Veisdal | Cantor’s Paradise