Quite a few universities publicly post the math exams their faculty write:
UC Berkeley hosts an archive of their past exams, sorted by course.
University of Michigan hosts past exams for some classes. There's not a consolidated repository though: past exams are hosted under individual course webpages. For example here are the past exams for Math215 ...
First, let's note that the terms as used by Rosen are standard definitions, as we can see on Wikipedia (here and here), as well as other resource sites. There was some question about this in the comments, so I thought to clarify this first. Perhaps reading those articles will give an added perspective for the OP.
Now, I'm not going to offer a mnemonic -- I ...
Possibly worth looking at is:
Earth Algebra: College Algebra With Applications to Environmental Issues by Christopher Schaufele and Nancy Zumoff (1995 1st edition and 1998 2nd edition)
See this review and this project/funding document. For what it's worth, in Spring 1993 I interviewed (on campus) for a tenure-track position at the university this was ...
The Canvas class for Dartmouth's Spring 2020 course in Graph Theory, Math 38, seems to be mostly open. According to the syllabus, the course uses the 2nd edition of West's Introduction to Graph Theory.
This course will cover the fundamental concepts of graph theory: simple graphs, digraphs, Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs, trees, ...
Before listing 'resources', let me start with some official documents (e.g. to clarify the difference of sustainable math and math for sustainability, see xkcd:Sustainable :-).
The official UN Site lists the 17 Goals for sustainability; especially Goal 4: Education. Still debating what this all means, I find the paper by Brundiers et. al. (2021, see below ...
USNA has a good site with old math exams and some other course materials (but mostly old tests, solutions). Well organized by course, and even listed by common course name versus cryptic course numbers.
If you want pre-Internet materials, my advice is to search ad hoc by course name, including reaching out ...
Since asking the question, I've come across Thomas J. Pfaff's website, Sustainability Math. Plenty of material there, including projects and links to further resources. Contains a blog that refers to current/recent events.
I found Pfaff's website when perusing Mathematics of Planet Earth, specifically the list of curriculum materials.
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Some additional ideas and links:
https://www.turingtumble.com/ (Technically 8+ but the concept should be understandable for younger kids as well. Note: it involves small marbles so use caution whether it's appropriate to be used by a smaller child.)
Any kind of ...
I would borrow it from a library. Use InterLibrary Loan (ILL) if in the US. This means you can get the volumes from the distant library sent to yours.