So, you are looking for Math Games Help, and have stumbled into the Math Maze! Or - you have finished Question number 9 of the maze and looking forward to tackling question 10!
If you are looking for help with other games, skip to the bottom of the page. If you are seeking the next question - read on;.
All of the problems in the aMAZEing Math Maze and on my website have an associated help screen if you miss the problem. Seems only fair. If you are looking outside the maze, and need help - send us the problem. My crack team of highly skilled technicians will examine your problem in detail and provide you with a simple, direct solution that makes sense. In other words, I'll look at the problem and try to figure it out for you, explaining how I arrived at the answer I arrived at.
If you are looking for a game for children in kindergarten through the 8th grade Funbrain is one seemingly good resource. Let me know what you think of them. I do not receive anything for advertising them on my site. Comments that I have received say that some of the games take a while to load. Load times vary according to traffic - so, this might not be the norm. Another comment was that the games were fairly simple, even at the eighth grade level. My question would be, are the games fun?
I love games and computers. Almost every game I have ever played used mathematics (or maybe it was me that used mathematics while playing the game). Very few actually taught mathematics. Online games seem to rely on eye hand coordination and quick actions. Speed in mathematics is nice, but not really mathematics. Strategy games teach a little better, but - if you don't mind losing, you can get by without the math. As far as getting help goes - I'd love to get a little more information. Please fill out the form. I promise that I won't harass you beyond sending the answer to your question. Or, if you don't have a question, I would love your input.
XVII.. Square Root Functions
XVIII. Absolute Value Functions