° Absurd
Math Interactive: Use your math skills
to navigate through this bizarre world, dodging the thought police
as you try to unravel the secrets of problem solving. A pop-up
"mathulator" (calculator) helps you move from level to
level.
° The Chance
Database Welcome Page: Teaching aids,
supporting links, sample syllabi, and other materials to help
teachers present probability and statistics lessons in the
classroom.
° Curious
and Useful Math: Multiplication and
division tricks, famous math tales, word problems, and other
curious and useful math oddities.
° E-math:
News, publications, careers and conference information, and other
resources pertaining to the field of mathematics. Collected by the
American Mathematical Society.
° Mathematics
Encyclopedia : What is an abacus? What
did Euclid discover? Find answers to these and other questions
with this browsable math encyclopedia. Or try : * CRC
Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics
http://www.astro.virginia.edu/~eww6n/math/math0.html
° Math
Is Way Cool: A National Public Radio
program exploring our current fascination with numbers. Listen to
this radio show on the Web in RealAudio format. Requires RealAudio
Player.
° Megamath
The MegaMath project is intended to bring unusual and important
mathematical ideas to elementary school classrooms so that young
people and their teachers can think about them
together.
(Dutch/English)
Methodology
& Technology about Multimedia and
Simulation
WEB sites of Rik Min, University of Twente,
the Netherlands: the main home-page of his web sites with his
work. The English parts are not simular to the Dutch parts. The
sites cover more than 7000 web-pages divided in 25
sites.
° Metric
Conversion Card:Use this easy chart to
convert inches to centimeters, pounds to kilograms, Fahrenheit to
Celsius, and more.
* NOVA
Online: The Proof: Explore
mathematicians' efforts to crack Fermat's Last Theorem, a
supposedly unsolvable equation.
° The Numeracy
Home Page : Links, puzzles, and other
numeracy activities for adults designed to encourage interest in
math.
° Probability
Tutorials: An online course on measure
theory, lebesgue intgeration and probability (downloads in
PDF-files).
The
PlatonicSolid : the site's mission is
to illustrate Pythagorean number, the Platonic Solids, the numbers
and geometry used to create this universe, from their introduction
in Plato's Timaeus, their use in the Great Symbol of Brahmaloka
from Hinduism, their appearance in the Earth grid, their
appearance in the human aura, and their appearance in the
atom.
° Project
Blue: A probability tutorial from the
University of Washington. Explore the "Gambler's Fallacy,"
probability in decision making, and other topics.