- Ask Dr. Math

http://mathforum.org/dr.math/-
About the project: Math Q&A service for kids. Browse through past questions, search for what
you
need, check out the FAQ. You can send in your own question and the Doctor
will write back to you.

What you need: Acces to the web, so you can read past questions. If you want to submit a question, you'll need an email address where the Doctor can send a reply.

- Forum
Student Chat Area

http://mathforum.org/students/chat/introchat.html-
About the chat area: Meet other kids on the web and talk about math. If you have an URGENT
question, you might want to see if anyone in the chat area can help.

What you need: A web browser that will let you use forms (most of them do). Also, it's a good idea to get permission from a parent or teacher before you start chatting away.

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Looking for challenging math problems?
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- Geometry Problem of the
Week

http://mathforum.org/geopow/-
About the project: Annie makes up a new geometry problem
every week. Kids send in solutions and get comments back; correct answers
get announced to everybody. People who do a
really good job get prizes.

What you need: You can read the problems on the web or get them as email. If you want to submit an answer, you'll need an email address so Annie can write back to you.

- Problems, Puzzles, Tips
& Tricks

http://mathforum.org/k12/mathtips/-
About the pages: A good place to find all sorts of math problems to work on.
Impress your friends with mental calculation tricks.

What you need: Access to the web.

**Where to find . . .**

- The Math Forum

http://mathforum.org/ - The "Surf's up!" web page

/mam/97/mathconn/ - This handout

/mam/97/mathconn/handout.html