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Mathematics
Math League The Math League is dedicated to bringing challenging mathematics materials to students. The Math League specializes in math contests, books, and computer software designed to stimulate interest and confidence in mathematics for students.
Mathmania This site provides online math resources for students, teachers, and the general public. Our focus is on the frontiers of mathematics, where there are opportunities to experience where math is going and how the profession of mathematics is done.
Geometry Page This is where you'll find almost everything you'll ever need to know about Geometry. We have a special page on constructions and plenty of sample problems to help you understand the concepts. Have a blast and don't forget to check out our Glossary  it's huge!
Appetizers and Lessons for Math and Reason This bookbased site offers appetizers and lessons for mathematics, for its rule based reason, and for general reasoning and writing skills. Each appetizer and lesson is different. If one is not to your liking, try another. They are different from each other and from what you see in class.
Ask Dr. Math Look here for answers to questions. The answers are provided by Swarthmore College math students and professors, plus volunteers elsewhere. If you have a math question, check here to see if a similar question has been answered. If no similar question can be found, ask Dr. Math.
Online Mathematics Dictionary An online dictionary for Mathematics in order to find easy and fast the meaning of mathematical terms.
Math History Visit this site and learn the history of mathematics and the biographies of famous mathematicians from ancient time to present.
Math Potpourri A potpourri of online mathematical resources.
Math Forum Home Page There are many good sites. That's the glory and the challenge of the Internet. Our goal is to build a community that can be a center for teachers, students, researchers, parents, educators, citizens at all levels who have an interest in mathematics education.
Geometry Center The Geometry Center is a mathematics research and education center at the University of Minnesota. It is funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the Science and Technology Center program. 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.
Internet Center for Mathematics Problems On this page, we try to identify and list all sources of mathematics problems on the Internet and related information.
Math Magic Project MathMagic is a K12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas. It provides strong motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problemsolving strategies and communications skills. MathMagic posts challenges to trigger each registered team to pair up with another team and engage in a problemsolving dialog. When an agreement has been reached, one solution is posted for every pair.
MegaMath The MegaMath project is intended to bring unusual and important mathematical ideas to school classrooms so that young people and their teachers can think about them together.MegaMath is the work of many people : classroom teachers, mathematicians, students in education and computer science, elementary school and high school students, school administrators, computer scientists, parents...
World Wide Web Virtual Library: Mathematics The mathematical section of the World Wide Web Virtual Library.
Mactutor History of Mathematics Archive This History of Mathematics archive is part of the Mathematical MacTutor system developed at the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences University of St Andrews for learning and experimenting with mathematics.The archive contains the biographies of more than 1100 mathematicians.
Mathematica Calculus&Mathematica is an
exciting new way to learn calculus, differential equations, and
matrix theory. Students are no longer bound to the traditional
classroom setting, nor do they even need to be on a college
campus. Students gain valuable handson experience in practical
calculus problems with the help of Mathematica.
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