Table of Contents:
The Bridges of Konigsberg
The Value of Pi
Prime Numbers
Famous Paradoxes
The Problem of Points Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

Other Math History SitesWomen Mathematicians (http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/kova.htm)  Offers brief biographies of many women mathematicians, arranged alphabetically or chronologically. Provides refrences, some links. Tends to focus on life stories as opposed to famous problems. Accessible to everyone  check it out! MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history)  An extensive network of bibliographies and descriptions of great problems  perhaps the most comprehensive math history site on the Web. History of Mathematics Homepage (http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/mathhist.html)  A great reference site, by David Joyce. Organized by subject, timeline, chronology, and region (you choose), this site will give you the web addresses of sites on a given subject or mathematician, as well as a bibliography of books on the subject/person.
A Modern History of Blacks in Mathematics
Prime NumbersIvars Peterson's MathLand  'Prime Gaps'MacTutor History Topics: Prime Numbers Java Applet that Generates Primes Java Applet and More on: Prime Number Theorem, Goldbach Conjecture, Twin Primes, etc.
Probability/CombinatoricsPascal's Triangle, Combinatorics, and other Probability Problems in the Dr. Math Archives
Dr. Math FAQ: Monty Hall Problem
DiscussionsHistorical remarks: Irrationality of e and Liouville  posted by Dave L. Renfro to the sci.math newsgroup on 22 July, 2005 
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