Use a numberline, determine the distance from zero, and decide on positive or negative! Tim and Moby teach you about Absolute Value.
Meet Ada Lovelace, British mathematician and the first computer programmer!
Don't be all laissez-faire! It's in your self-interest to meet the inventor of modern economics.
Tim and Moby add up the two parts of a fraction, the numerator and the denominator.
Add some integers here, subtract some integers there…Tim and Moby show you how!
Learn about the difference between acute, obtuse, and right angles.
Tim and Moby show you how to find the area of polygons like triangles, trapezoids, and parallelograms.
Tim and Moby introduce you to the associative property of addition and multiplication, a form of grouping which simplifies algebra problems.
You may think that chance is just a roll of the dice, but what are the odds you'll like the outcome? Learn how to calculate and express basic probability.
Learn how computers count, and how to read or create numbers using the binary system. Zero in on this one!
Earn some, spend less, and don’t buy what you can’t afford. Learn about the basics of budgeting or you might have to learn the basics of debt!
Don’t be scared of calculus--it’s only curves and slopes and lines. Tim and Moby throw in a differential or two, just to keep it fun!
We all know what a circle is, but what’s a radius, diameter or circumference? Tim and Moby will also introduce you to circle’s friend Pi. I wish I had a friend named Pie...
The Commutative Property works for addition and multiplication. Find out all about it in this BrainPOP movie.
A little practical math can help us save money on things we need to buy, leaving a budget for the things we want to buy. Tim and Moby talk you through comparing prices.
Tim and Moby play a board game to show the difference between mutually exclusive and inclusive events, and how they affect the likelihood of getting the desired outcome.
Computer programming is the art of telling technology what to do!
"One-half" is the same as "point five," but how do you get from one to the other? Learn how to convert fractions into decimals, and back again! Hey Presto!
Learn about an imaginary boundless surface with length and width, but no depth. Coordinate planes help you chart data and keep on track!
Ounces, pounds, gallons, and miles. Oh boy, you'll learn tons about them all in this BrainPOP practical math movie!
When people, businesses, and governments borrow money
The decimal system represents a hundredth or even more than a thousandth of a whole--because sometimes things are just way teenier than one!
How long will it take you to get there, at 58 mph, with ten gallons in your tank, the wind in your hair, and a hundred kilometers to go? Tim and Moby figure it out.
The distributive property involves addition and multiplication. So where do all the parentheses come in? Tim and Moby know.
A 30s gangster movie about how to divide and conquer--and deal with the remainders! Tim and Moby walk you through a little practical math, quotients and all.
Analog or digital, time flies! Learn the importance of managing time in everyday planning and in working time-related equations.
Tim and Moby talk about variables, which are the x, y, and z of simplifying and solving algebraic equations.
Sometimes accuracy’s over-rated! Whether you estimate or guesstimate, all you need is a little practical math.
They sound complicated, but exponents are really just a simple way to show repeated multiplication. Tim and Moby give you the power.
What do factors and multiplication have to do with breaking prime numbers into smaller pieces? Find out in this animated movie!
In movies, nature, code, and a math equation near you! Tim and Moby walk you through the series of numbers that make up the mysterious Fibonacci Sequence.
The numerators and denominators of fractions represent pieces of a whole! Tim and Moby show you how visualizing everyday objects makes this math lesson easy.
Tim and Moby negotiate their way through a movie on Game Theory, a field of economics that formulates mathematical strategies for complex situations.
Tim and Moby go to any lengths to get you in line with your compass and protractor!
Here's a plot for you: Tim and Moby teach you how to understand graphs, find trends, and even predict the future by graphing linear equations!
Tim and Moby risk life and limb to show you how to graph and solve inequalities.
Learn about bar, pie, and line graphs with this adventure as Tim and Moby coordinate their x-axes, and plot a course to the Caribbean!
Flip that coin, roll those dice--but what are the odds you’ll get the outcome you want? Learn how to calculate the probabilities.
Less than? Greater than or equal to? Huh? Learn the basics of inequalities with Tim and Moby!
Got an interest in free money? Tim and Moby explain how the interest you accumulate is a percentage of what's in your bank account.
It isn’t all about the apple! Sir Isaac Newton revolutionized the fields of physics, mathematics and astronomy.
Learn how computers process information!
Tim and Moby in a practical math movie where you can learn how mean, median, mode, and range help you work with sets and data!
Learn how easy it is to convert centimeters to meters or kilograms to milligrams. But what do King Henry and chocolate milk have to do with it?
Why’d the metric system’s inventors chose 10 as a base? The answer’s at your fingertips!
I say! Did you know a fraction can be improper? Tim and Moby teach you all about mixed numbers.
Tim and Moby give you some prime information on what happens when the bank loans you money to buy a home.
Tim and Moby are at the zoo, and need to use simple multiplication skills in order to feed the animals. Factor 6,000 peanuts times 3,000 bananas...
This BrainPOP algebra movie gives you the power! Tim and Moby multiply and divide numbers with exponents.
Tim and Moby show you how to multiply and divide fractions in this BrainPOP movie! Dividing can actually make a number bigger?!
Tim and Moby order you to make math easier! Addition, subtraction, or division, you’ll get it all serenely sorted
Tim and Moby give real-world examples of lines that are parallel, lines that are not parallel, and lines that intersect parallel lines.
Learn to rock the three ways of dealing with percents! Using proportions, beginning with a percent, and finding the percentage of any given number.
Discover where the concept of pi comes from, what ratio it represents, and why all circles have it in common. Mmm, Pi!
Learn what makes a polygon a polygon, what segments and vertices are, and some crazy names for shapes you already know! Enneagon, anyone?
Poly-who? Tim and Moby discover new names for pyramids and cubes, and learn some really long names for even more complicated figures!
Find out the difference between a monomial and a polynomial in this BrainPOP algebra movie.
Learn how every whole number greater than 1 is either a prime number or formed by multiplying prime numbers together. And the biggest prime number? No one knows!
Math tables don’t have salt shakers! Tim and Moby help you solve problems using rows, columns and data.
Tim and Moby time travel and cross-multiply! Learn how figure out the price of a movie ticket in proportion to income, and how to compare it to prices from earlier decades.
Tim and Moby use the Pythagorean theorem to find the measurements of a right triangle’s hypotenuse and legs. Bet you didn’t know a triangle had legs!
Tim and Moby introduce you to the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Remember, kids: Fractions put the “ratio” in “rational”!
Nothing compares to this excellent movie! Nothing is a quarter as fascinating as this whole movie on ratios!
Most fractions can be reduced through simple division, and there is a real-world situation where reducing fractions comes in handy (hint: it involves pizza).
Roman numerals are when letters act like numbers, and Tim and Moby are stuck in Rome trying to figure out subtractive notation.
Tim and Moby estimate that this movie on rounding and practical math is only about three minutes long.
Learn to use math to scale a drawing so you can create maps, grids, and even buildings that are perfectly proportional.
A triangle is always a geometric shape, but not all triangles are similar! Tim and Moby use congruent angles and proportionate sides to study similar figures.
Figure out how to plot the x- and y-intercepts of a line and calculate its slope! Watch this movie before you decide to skateboard down Danger Mountain, ok?
Tim and Moby help you figure out what square roots are all about, and to learn the power of exponents. It’s hip to be square!
Some numbers are too big or too small to fit on a page! Tim and Moby use decimal power, the power of tens, to show you about standard and scientific notation.
Stat! Tim and Moby learn how statistical studies take a sampling of large bodies of information and turn it into odds and probabilities.
Do you demand a movie on economics? Okay, then. We'll supply you with one. Tim and Moby have no shortage of information on money matters!
Believe us, Moby’s no accountant--but even he’s learning about the difference between sales and income tax, and how your salary affects your tax payment.
Moby gives Tim a geometry lesson in symmetry and transformation by translating, rotating, and reflecting him all over the kitchen!
A Two-step Equation is way more fun if you think of it as a dance and not math! Tim and Moby walk you through this easy algebraic formula.
Hypotenuse, acute, or obtuse, Tim and Moby introduce you to some of the sharpest three-sided shapes around.
What’s 234 subtracted from 129? How about 54 divided by 13? Tim and Moby add up the simple steps you need to know in order to use a calculator!
What’s a cylinder? Discover how to find the area of a circle, where circles are found on cylinders, and what the heck Pi has to do with it all.
Whoa--3-D! Tim and Moby learn the formula for the volume of a prism, talk about some prisms you already know, and ask what cubes and pyramids have to do with it all!
Do you wince when you see a word problem? No more! Tim and Moby learn the difference between a word problem and a regular math problem.