## Covid 19 Math - Charts and Graphs

Here are two sites that are keeping track of Covid 19 numbers. Can you read these graphs and charts?

Covid 19 Infographic Data Pack by Information is Beautiful

Corinavirus Dashboard by Avi Schiffmann

And here is a Lesson on Reading Charts and Graphs

More Covid-19 Math - these are simulations of how a disease can spread.

**Note**: Some people may find these charts comforting. Some people may find the opposite. If looking at this information makes you feel anxious, stop looking and head over to the Fun page.

This a math textbook you can read online. There is a lot of information and some questions you can try and see the correct answer.

You can choose from 6 topics. The six topics are

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Algebra

Decimals

Percents

Fractions

Click on a topic and choose a subtopic to work through a tutorial and activities.

You can also play a game called Good at Math. You click on Zombies to answer a question before the Zombies bite the people. Not everyone will like this game.

from GCFL - You will need Adobe Flash Player 10 or higher installed and enabled.

A collection of resources that will help you improve your math skills.

There are no tutorials on this site. It is a good place to practice but not as good for learning new things. If you answer a question incorrectly, you will get an explanation.

You can choose activities by Topic or Grade Level. Remember - the grade levels on this site are for elementary and high school children. We use different levels in Adult Education. Choose the level that is best for you - do not worry about the label.

Basic Math and Multiplication Tables

There are no tutorials on this site. It is a good place to practice but not as good for learning new things. Click on the three lines in the top left corner. Choose Categories and scroll down to see Math and choose Basic Math or Multiplication.