# Archive: Math Mystery

Math Mystery is a 23-part Virtual Classroom series hosted by teachers Lorraine Gower and Stuart Craven. Each session features an interactive trip around the world, searching for suspects in hopes of solving the math mystery. Using video clips, studio props and live phone-ins with students, each lesson contains various math and problem-solving exercises and ends with a homework assignment.

Aug 24, 1998 – 45:53

Today's math mystery features a lesson on how to measure volume.

Aug 24, 1998 – 36:53

Today's math mystery lesson is on numbering systems, featuring math equations using Mayan numerals and Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Aug 24, 1998 – 44:33

Today's math mystery lesson is on ways to measure circumference and land mass.

Aug 24, 1998 – 50:08

Today's math mystery lesson contains a review of the last session's math exercises and homework assignment on the Fibonacci numbering sequence.

Aug 24, 1998 – 47:12

Today's math mystery lesson is on factors and analysing clues.

Aug 24, 1998 – 42:33

Today's math mystery lesson takes the students on a trip to Italy.

Aug 24, 1998 – 41:11

Today's math mystery lesson takes the students on a trip to Japan to learn about ways to measure population and land mass.

Aug 24, 1998 – 42:21

Today's math mystery lesson contains a final review of all the places the students have traveled in order to solve the math mystery. The suspect is finally revealed.

Aug 24, 1998 – 46:13

Today's math mystery lesson takes the students on a trip to Dawson City, Yukon to learn more about populations by using dominoes and marbles to solve math equations.

Aug 24, 1998 – 53:45

Today's math mystery lesson takes the students on a trip to Cape Canaveral and a lesson on how to measure the airspace and radius above earth.

Aug 24, 1998 – 34:46

Today's math mystery lesson takes the students on a trip to Egypt.

Aug 24, 1998 – 1:00:20

Today's math mystery lesson is on the Fibonacci numbering sequence, plus a look at the history of Arabic and Roman numerals.

Aug 24, 1998 – 52:02

Today's math mystery lesson is on prime numbers, composite numbers and factors.

Aug 24, 1998 – 50:20

Today's math mystery lesson is on graphs and graph making, using them as a way to measure the population density of Canada from 1871 - 1932.

Aug 24, 1998 – 54:06

Today's math mystery lesson is on positive exponemts and scientific notations

Aug 24, 1998 – 40:13

Today's math mystery lesson is takes us on a trip to the Toronto Skydome as the first set of suspects and clues are revealed. Math equations are solved.