A 
21st
Centrury Problem Solving (Algebra)
This site is directed to students, teachers, administrators, Parents
and other professionals. It is dedicated to promoting problem solving
literacy. 
A+ Math
Games
A small collection of Java and nonJava games to test your mathematical
skills 
Algebra
Review in Ten Lessons
This is the review of Algebra in 10 lessons written in TeX and converted
to the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Features include verbose
discussion of topics, typeset quality mathematics, user interactivity
in the form of multiple choice quizzes, inline examples and exercises
with complete solutions, and popup graphics 
The
Abacus: The Art of Calculating With Beads
The abacus is a mechanical aid used for counting. Addition, subtraction,
division and multiplication can be performed on a standard abacus 
Ask
Dr. Math
Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and
their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic,
as well as summaries of Frequently Asked Questions 
Artlandia
Graphics Gallery
This page illustrates the statistical properties of certain types
of selfsimilar random processes (and the use of corresponding Artlandiafunctions).
Using Artlandia, you can easily add a "justright" touch
of randomness to your artwork 
Analysis
WebNotes
Analysis WebNotes is divided up into chapters and each chapter is
subdivided into classes. Use the index of chapters to get an overview
of the whole of WebNotes, or to search for a topic. Use the indexes
by class or of numbered results (theorems, lemmas, etc) to search
for a topic you already know the location of
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The
Algebra Project Online
The Algebra Project is a national mathematics literacy effort aimed
at helping low income students and students of colorparticularly
African American studentssuccessfully achieve mathematical skills
that are a prerequisite for full citizenship in the Information Age 
Abstract
Algebra On Line
This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area
of mathematics generally called abstract algebra. It is intended for
undergraduate students taking an abstract algebra class at the junior/senior
level, as well as for students taking their first graduate algebra
course 
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Biographies
of Women Mathematicians
These pages are part of an ongoing project by students in mathematics
classes at Agnes Scott College, in Atlanta, Georgia, to illustrate
the numerous achievements of women in the field of mathematics. There
are biographical essays or comments on most of the women mathematicians
and some photos 
C 
Calculus
Graphics
Excerpts from a collection of graphical demonstrations the author
developed for first year calculus 
CoolMath.com
An amusement park of mathematis, and more! Lots of pretty stuff and
JavaScript effects! 
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The Continuum
Hypothesis
People have tried to understand space, time, motion, and the notion
of "continuum" for thousands of years. This pursuit lead
to the Pythagoreans discovery of irrational numbers, Zeno's paradoxes,
infinitesimal calculus, transfinite set theory, relativity theory,
quantum physics, and many more intriguing ideas 
Cryptography
Archive
A page full of links to cryptography archives 
D 
Derivative Calculator
The Derivative Calculator lets you compute derivatives of functions online – for free!
The calculator supports computing the first, second, … derivative as well as differentiating functions with many variables (partial derivatives).
With the Derivative Calculator you can check your solutions to calculus exercises. It doesn't show a step by step differentiation and is not meant to be used for cheating!

Dynamical
Systems Home Page
Institute for Mathematical Sciences SUNY at Stony Brook

Donald
Knuth's Homepage
Donald E. Knuth , Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming
at Stanford University, welcomes you to his home page. 
Dave's
Math Tables (in English & Spanish)
Math reference tables in both languages plus many other maths links.
And the site is downloadable!! 
A
Dictionary of Units of Measurement
This dictionary includes: all the units of the International System
of Units (SI); many other units of the metric system used in everyday
life or in science, either currently or recently; various nonmetric
scientific units such as the astronomical unit, the electronvolt,
and the parsec; all the units of the English traditional systems I've
encountered which can be defined with reasonable precision; selected
traditional units from cultures other than English; and certain measurement
terms and notations which are not "units of measurement"
in a strict sense, but which are used much as if they were
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E 
ENRICH: Mathematics
Enrichment Club
ENRICH has thousands of members from 80 countries and many more regular
users. Everything is free. School students, teachers and those professionally
involved in education are welcome to join
The project aims to establish a permanent national centre for curriculum
enrichment to provide mathematical learning support for very able
children of all ages. The learning and enjoyment of mathematics will
be promoted through an Internet Newsletter and the participation of
university students as peer teachers providing an electronic answering
service. The centre will offer support, advice and inservice training
to teachers, and resources for mathematics clubs 
The Electronic
Library of Mathematics
The Electronic Library of Mathematics contains online journals, article
collections, and monographs in the field of mathematics. All material
is in electronic form and access is free 
English>Spanish
Math Dictionary
Exactly what is says. Math terms translated from English to Spanish 
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Free
Math Articles and Homework Help
Free math articles in calculus, linear algebra, analytic geometry
and algebra with easytounderstand examples and solutions. Free tutoring
by email. 
Fraction
Worksheets
Browse their collection of fraction worksheets that are great for
learning and easy to print. Many of the worksheets are randomly generated
so you can create and print an unlimited amount of worksheets.


Fibonacci
Numbers & the Golden Section
This is the Home page for the Fibonacci numbers, the Golden section
and the Golden string 
Introductory
Fractal Tutorial
Excerpts from the first installment of FractED, along with descriptions
and sample images from some of the forthcoming additions to the series 
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Favorite
Mathematical Constants
These essays are devoted to constants from various subdisciplines
of mathematics 
Frank Potter's Science
Gems: Mathematics
For students, parents, teachers, scientists, engineers and mathematicians.
More than 14,000 Science Resources sorted by Category, Subcategory,
and Grade Level 
A
Free Library of Mathematics Books
The Mathwright Library is a free collection of interactive mathematics
and science books that you bring to your own desktop from the web,
and then read at your leisure 
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Finite
Mathematics & Applied Calculus
Resource Page
This site is written especially for users of their books, Finite Mathematics,
Applied Calculus, and Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus. However,
while the content and material matches that in their books, the material
is sufficiently generic so as to be useful to any student or faculty
member, regardless of the textbook they are using, and is offered
as a free resource for everyone 
Free
Online Dictionary of Computing
FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming
languages, tools, architecture, operating systems, networking, theory,
conventions, standards, mathematics, telecoms, electronics, institutions,
companies, projects, products, history, in fact anything to do with
computing
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The
Geometry Center
The Geometry Center is a mathematics research and education center
at the University of Minnesota. The Center has a unified mathematics
computing environment supporting math and computer science research,
mathematical visualization, software development, application development,
video animation production, and K16 math education 
GANG:
Geometry, Analysis, Numerics, Graphics
The Center for Geometry, Analysis, Numerics & Graphics (GANG)
is an interdisciplinary Differential Geometry research team in the
Dept of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Massachusetts,Amherst,
Massachusetts, USA 
The
Geometry Junkyard
These pages contain usenet clippings, web pointers, lecture notes,
research excerpts, papers, abstracts, programs, problems, and other
stuff related to discrete and computational geometry. Some of it is
quite serious, but much of it is also entertaining 
Geometry
in Action
This page collects various areas in which ideas from discrete and
computational geometry (meaning mainly lowdimensional Euclidean geometry)
meet some real world applications. It contains brief descriptions
of those applications and the geometric questions arising from them,
as well as pointers to web pages on the applications themselves and
on their geometric connections 
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Graph
Theory Tutorials
This is the home page for a series of short interactive tutorials
introducing the basic concepts of graph theory. They are designed
with the needs of future high school teachers in mind 
Greek Mathematics & Its Modern Heirs
Greek Mathematics and its Modern Heirs
Classical Roots of the Scientific Revolution

An
Electronic Primer
on Geometric Constraint Solving
Geometric constraint solving has applications in many different fields,
such as molecular modeling, ComputerAided Design, tolerance analysis,
and geometric theorem proving. In this primer, a solution to the problem
of finding a configuration for a set of geometric objects which satisfies
a given set of constraints between the geometric elements is detailed 
Gallery
of Online Interactive Geometry
This webbased interface to the Pisces program allows you to compute
implicitly defined curves in the plane. You can choose from several
predefined functions, and can modify their parameters and domains 
Glossary
of Mathematical Terms
Another glossary of mathematical terms 
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Mathematics
Glossary  Middle Years
The definitions included here are those that are used in the Saskatchewan
Education document "Mathematics 69: A Curriculum Guide for the
Middle Level". Various mathematics dictionaries may have different
definitions. These definitions are designed to be meaningful to middle
level mathematics teachers 
Allmath.com
Glossary
Yes, you guessed it! Yet another glossary of math terms. This one
is more up to date though. 
The
Prime Glossary
The "Prime Glossary" is an attempt to collect the most basic
definitions about primes, and make them accessible to students and
seekers of all ages 
Harcourt
Animated Math Glossary (Grades 18)
How charming! An animated glossary for grades 1 thru' 8 
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The Glossary
of Mathematical Mistakes
This is a list of mathematical mistakes made over and over by advertisers,
the media, reporters, politicians, activists, and in general many
nonmath people 
Geometry
Center: Downloadable Software
Part of the mission of the Geometry Center is to develop software
tools to support the computation and visualization of mathematics.
A considerable portion of the Center's efforts have gone to designing
such tools, and to making them available to the mathematical and scientific
communities, and to the world at large. 
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History
of Mathematics Archive
Searchable database archive for everything mathematical 
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The
Integrator: Integrate Online With Ease
From simple calculator operations to largescale programming and interactive
document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers
of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modeling, in technical
education from high school to graduate school, and wherever quantitative
methods are used 
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K 
Knot
Theory
Knot theory, knotty problems and many knot related links 
Knots
on the Web
A site for knottists everywhere! Knots of every size shape and form
are discussed, displayed and linked to. 
Knot
a Braid of Links
This site allows you to search in a database of mathematics journal
articles, books, and conference proceedings.Very helpful for research
mathematicians! 
KTheory
Preprint Archive
The preprint archives for papers in Ktheory
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LInear
Equation Solver
Linear equation solver for three unknowns 
Lessons
for Meaning in Mathematics
A set of lessons that have been used in various classroom. These lessons
conform to the NCTM Standards in that they are founded in understanding
through reasoning and applications to life
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M 
Math
Planet
Mathplanet.com is an online platform where you can study math all
for free! On Mathplanet you'll find theory, exercises, hundreds of
video lessons and examples. You can also practice for your SAT or
ACT tests. If you have a mathematical question you can always ask
for help in their online forum. 
Mathematicians
of the Seventeeth & Eighteenth Centuries
Available here are accounts of the lives and works of seventeenth
and eighteenth century mathematicians (and some other scientists),

Mathematicians
of the African Diaspora
In Mathematics, more than any other field of study, have we heard
proclamations and statements similar to, "The Negro is incapable
of succeeding." Ancient and present achievements contradict such
statements. One of the purposes of this website is to exhibit the
inaccuracy of those proclamations by exhibiting the accomplishments
of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora within the Mathematical
Sciences 
Mathematics
Archives WWW Server
Teaching materials, software, WWW links organized by Mathematical
Topics. Searchable database
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MathSource
MathSource is a vast electronic library of Mathematica materials,
including immediately accessible Mathematica programs, documents,
and examples 
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Math
Forun: Math Resources by Subject
These collections represent only what we believe are the best Internet
resources for each topic 
Math Stories for Children
The goal of this web site is to help grade school children improve
their math problemsolving and critical thinking skills. It has over
4000 math word problems for children to enjoy 
Mathematics
Explorations II
The first Project emerged from a desire to create exciting mathematics
classroom materials based on NASA space activities. Ignition occurred
with the realization that NASA harbored the dream's excitement. This
is project 2 
The
Mathematics Museum
Japanese web museum of math related graphic art 
Math
in Daily Life
When you buy a car, follow a recipe, or decorate your home, you're
using math principles. People have been using these same principles
for thousands—even millions—of years, across countries and continents.
Whether you're sailing a boat off the coast of Japan or building a
house in Peru, you're using math to get things done 
Maths
Online Gallery
The Gallery consists of interactive multimedia learning units on various
issues that shall facilitate understanding. Technically, most units
are Java applets, some are graphical supplements or other programs
(JavaScript). For practice and (self) control, visit the collection
of interactive tests 
Math
Dictionary
Graphics intensive A to Z math dictionary
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