Interactive Mathematics Site Info

IntMath aims to interest and educate people in the joys of mathematics. It does so by providing clear examples, relating things to the "real world" and providing interactive applets that allow the user to explore mathematical concepts.

IntMath started in 1997, and now attracts over 10,000 unique visitors per day, with over 1/2 million page views per month.

Thanks for all your positive feedback. I'm glad Interactive Mathematics has been useful for you.

Author

I have taught mathematics in Australian secondary schools (grades 7 to 12), TAFE (Technical and Further Education), and at university level (at Griffith University and in Japan). I've also taught lots of other things, including music, English as a second language, computers and more recently, teachers.

I now run my own e-learning and mathematics training consultancy, Bourne2Learn.

Murray Bourne, Singapore, 2017.

Contact

I hesitate to put my email address here because the moron spreaders of spam are sure to abuse it.

Please use the Comments, Questions? form to contact me.

I will answer you by email if I am sure you are a human! :-)

Terms of Use

You may only view and print one copy of the contents of Interactive Mathematics for your own personal, non-commercial use.

You may not copy, store, either in hardcopy or in an electronic retrieval system, transmit, transfer, perform, broadcast, publish, reproduce, create a derivative work from, display, distribute, sell, license, rent, lease or otherwise transfer any of the contents to any third person whether for direct commercial or monetary gain or otherwise, except for fair dealing in an academic institution.

This includes, but is not limited to, displaying the contents of Interactive Mathematics within your own frameset (giving the impression it is your own work).

You are encouraged to link to any page of the site from your site, but you may not copy and paste the contents into your own server. You also may not "hotlink" to my images (this means putting something like <img src="http://intmath.com/images/..."> in your Web page). This uses up my bandwidth and costs me more.

You do have permission to display the site in your classroom for teaching purposes.

Contact me (via the Comments, Questions? form) if you wish to ask permission to use the contents in ways other than allowed for above.

Copyright Issues

Images used in this site are either

  • created by me (almost all of the formulas and graphs)
  • incorporated into the site believing them to be in the public domain (certain photographs and clip art)

If I have inadvertently infringed copyright or used a copyrighted image without permission, please inform me and I will rectify the oversight.

All other material, (including Flash and LiveMath manipulatives) except where otherwise credited, is copyright © Murray Bourne, 1997-2017.