Interactive math exercises

Looking for ways to engage your students? Grasple offers curated interactive exercises for teaching math. Starting with the basics, up to vector calculus and linear algebra.


View Exercises

Looking for a specific field in mathematics?

Click on the specific math topic that you are looking for or scroll down and see all content.

Open Exercises

Basic math exercises have been created by OpenStax. The more advanced topics (Calculus) have been created by Delft University of Technology and are adapted by Grasple. Most materials are CC licensed and the rest will be released with a CC license in the coming months. Feel free to reuse, remix and redistribute these exercises as long as you make a proper attribution.

Types of math functions and their characteristics

Implicit Differentiation

Linear Approximations and Differentials

L'Hopital's Rule

Complex Numbers

Taylor approximations

Calculus II

  • 0 cc Multivariate functions and first order partial derivatives
  • 0 cc Tangent planes and higher order partial derivatives
  • 0 cc Directional derivative and the gradient
  • 0 cc Critical points
  • 0 cc Extremes on a closed domain
  • 0 cc Double integrals over rectangles
  • 0 cc Double integrals over general regions
  • 0 cc Polar coordinates
  • 0 cc Triple integrals
  • 0 cc Cylindrical coordinates
  • 0 cc Spherical coordinates
Legend
  •   Indicates whether a lesson/explanation is available per subject
  • 10  Indicates if and how many exercises are currently available per subject
  •   Content has an open Creative Commons license
  • cc  Content will be released with an open Creative Commons license in the near future

About Grasple

We make Math and Statistics Education more engaging by offering an online practice platform. With this, educators can create interactive exercises, and students can practice these exercises while receiving immediate feedback on their efforts.

Curious to learn more? Create a free Teacher Demo Account and start creating your own interactive exercises today.

Want to stay up to date on newly released materials and other community activities?

We e-mail once a month. We promise we value your inbox, so no spam.