Can spring be far ahead?
NY Draft Standards: DRAFT Standards for Mathematics to be tested in 2019.
* MathBitsNotebook web site:
ALL SECTIONS, ALL TOPICS are Open!!
• Algebra 2:
All topics OPEN!!
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The Trig Concepts section is up and running.
• The Trig Graphs section is up and running.
• The Probability section is up and running.
• The January Regents Exams are posted.
• Geometry:
All topics OPEN!!
• The Probability section is up and running.
• The January Regents Exams are posted.
• Algebra 1:
• The January Regents Exams are posted.

* MathBits web site:
Programming in Java:
Update! • The changeover to compatibility with Eclipse (an IDE that is free for school districts and students) continues. In keeping with the NY State's (and other states) changes of allowing Computer Science for graduation credits in mathematics, we will also be updating our resources to include more mathematical references. In addition, we are adding a variety of online activities. Launch summer 2017.

Subscription Areas:
* Junior Math Bits and Algebra 1 Bits Subscriptions:
Note! • We are continuing with upgrades to certain images throughout the JrMath and Algebra1 resources. As we obtain access to more printfriendly images, we are attempting to upgrade these two levels of materials.
Update! • The "PokeMon Golike" game is still in development. We are attempting to make our questions compatible with the new upcoming NY standards. We are planning on separate games for Grades 6, 7, 8 and Algebra1. Please stay tuned.
* Geometry Bits 2 Bits Subscription:
Update! • You now have 8 new worksheets under Probability to match with the MathBitsNotebook section on Probability.
• Your PokeMon Golike game is still in the works.
* Algebra 2 Bits Subscription:
Update! • You now have 8 new worksheets under Trig Concepts to match with the MathBitsNotebook section on Trigonometric Concepts.
• You now have 4 new worksheets under Trig. Graphs to match with the MathBitsNotebook section on Trigonometric Graphs.
• You now have 8 new worksheets under Probability to match with the MathBitsNotebook section on Probability.
• Your PokeMon Golike game is still in the works.
Live long and love math,
Fred and Donna
