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|Eric Wiesstein's World of Mathematics|
An extensive encyclopedia of mathematical terminology indexed by subject.
Online learning community dedicated to the teaching and learning of mathematics. Activities, lesson plans, courses, news, and FAQs.
|Chance Project, The|
Educates readers about the uses of probability and statistics in current news reporting. Offers lectures, videos, teaching aids, online texts, and interesting articles demonstrating concepts.
|Front for the Mathematics arXiv|
Searchable site of math e-prints and articles, maintained at Los Alamos.
A community of volunteers who present games, tools, articles, and information about math and science.
|Glossary of Mathematical Mistakes|
Includes a mistake of the month, an archive of past mistakes, reader responses, puzzles and problems, and math in the news.
|Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles|
A comprehensive mathematical resource, offering proofs, a glossary, games and puzzles (many using Java applets), and other eye openers.
|Math Forum @ Drexel|
Math information for students, teachers, researchers and parents. Ask Dr. Math service, lessons plans, discussion groups, newsletter.
|Math Page, The|
Contains sections on basic arithmetic, trigonometry, precalculus, and real numbers.
Fun and challenging math activities created by Cynthia Lanius, the executive director of the Center for Excellence and Equity in Education at Rice University.
Research articles, preprints, and journals. The three main categories covered are applied mathematics, pure mathematics, and probability and statistics. Also includes mathematics problems and news.
|Powers of 10.com|
Online display of an exhibit exploring the universe in terms of scale. Includes presentations, forums, activities, educators resources, and explorations, with a shop for related media items.
|Solve My Math|
Powerful mathematics tools for online use: calculators, solvers plus facts, theory and a section with math games.
|A Level Mathematics Resource Site|
A place which hosts personally written summaries, solved problem sets and examination advice, all made freely available to the A level Math student.
Includes an introduction, history, how to use it, a FAQ, and resources for teachers.
Explaining the theory on symmetry in binary spaces. Also a puzzle where you have to rearrange sections of a 4x4 array of 2-color squares.
Learn math with math tutor online. The resources include animated math videos, practical study tips and practice questions with step-by-step solution.
|Math in Daily Life|
Explores how math is part of everyday life. Sections cover gambling odds, finance, cooking, and home decorating. Also includes links to other math resources.
Collection of articles about aspects of mathematics. Each article gives a basic introduction to the subject, applications and related fields, and selected topics.
Online tutor in high school math. Tuition is given through a private Internet chat room. Lessons, tutor, requirements, fees, and tools.
|Mudd Math Fun Facts|
Facts range in topic from algebra and geometry to probability and calculus, with varying levels of difficulty. Enthusiasts are invited to submit their own facts to share with the world.
|Patterns in Mathematics|
Includes logic patterns, number patterns, and word patterns. Each starts with a brief description, followed by two activities that demonstrate the necessary principles.
|Puzzles With Polyhedra And Numbers|
Print copies of polyhedron puzzles (for non-commercial purposes only) or read several mathematical articles on the subject.
|White Group Mathematics|
Caters to A level H2 maths learning-sections include detailed advice/recommendations, question locker vault with fully worked problems. Higher level, early college material also available.