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  • 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.
  • Bubl Link: Mathematics and Computing

  • 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.
  • Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education: Information on math and science education reform and standards, plus math puzzles, games, and links.
  • E-math: News, publications, careers and conference information, and other resources pertaining to the field of mathematics. Collected by the American Mathematical Society.
  • Eric's Treasure Troves of Science: On-line encyclopedia of: Math
  • Explore the art of M.C. Escher, who used math ideas to create beautiful&emdash;and seemingly impossible&emdash;images.
  • Mathematical Quotation Server: Collection of mathematical quotations culled from may sources. Browsable or searchable by keyword.
  • Mathematics (links) Mathematics Science, Algebra ,Applied Math ,Calculus ,Geometry, Number Theory, Statistics, Topology, Academic Organizations, Algebra.
  • The CRC concise dictionary of mathematics.
  • 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
  • The Math Forum: A large searchable collection of excellent math resources, from math news to teaching resources. The Math Forum is the home of Ask Dr. Math, an online math question-and-answer service for students. faq on formulas.
  • Math in daily life: How can math be so universal?
  • 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.
  • Math-net: mathematical games and other info.
  • 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.
  • Quotes on Mathematics.
  • Pi:
    • A Common Book of Pi:Facts, formulas, and articles about pi from a mathematics professor.
    • The Pi Pages: Everything you ever wanted to know about the number pi: its history, how many decimal places it's been calculated to, and much more.
    • The Pi Trivia Game: Think you know everything there is to know about pi? Try this trivia game and test your knowledge.
  • SAMI: Science and Math Initiatives and the Teacher Help Service . A vast collection of resources relating to math and science education.
  • (New) Homepage Rudy Rucker,: author of 'Geometry, Relativity and The Fourth Dimension', fantastic transrealistic novels. and the *ware-books.
  • Includes sample curricula, information on standards, and much more.
  • Statistics : How accurate is polling? Find out about statistics concepts through the case study of a fictional election.
  • Studyweb: math-links.
  • Sumfun: A directory of math sites. Includes sections on humorous math games and tricks, teacher resources, math information, and tools and software.
  • Unreal Mathematicians World: a site contesting the normal mathematical paradigm.
  • WebGEMS: A Guide to Substantive Web Resources: mathematics.
 
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