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  1. The Seaborg Center - C. Wozniak, Northern Michigan University
    The Glenn T. Seaborg Center for Teaching & Learning Science and Mathematics reflects Seaborg's belief that, in today's world, each citizen must have a solid base in the understanding of and appreciation for scientific concepts and the technology to ...more>>

  2. SeaGator.com - Tim Ousley
    Statistical consultation, for help with the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. For questions about statistics classes or homework problems, submit an online form or download Sea Gator Analysis Tools, custom Excel sheets for ...more>>

  3. Sean's Home Page - Sean Mauch
    "For the past few years I have been working on an open source textbook. It contains material on calculus, functions of a complex variable, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations and the calculus of variations...." This former ...more>>

  4. Search Ask Dr. Math Archives - The Math Forum
    Search by keyword K-12 math questions answered by volunteer 'math doctors' in the U.S. and abroad. ...more>>

  5. Search for Math on the Internet - The Math Forum
    Keyword search of all searchable archives, Newsgroup archives, Dr. Math archives, Problems of the Week, Internet Math Library, or any combination thereof. ...more>>

  6. Searching for Information - Math Forum, Teacher2Teacher FAQ
    Answers to a frequently asked question: How do I find information by searching on the Web? Suggestions include ideas to try, archived T2T conversations on the subject, links to search tips on the Forum site and other popular search engines, and links ...more>>

  7. Searching For New Mathematics - Ivars Peterson
    Peterson points out that nonmathematicians interested in keeping up with contemporary mathematical research face daunting obstacles: the high level of abstraction, unenlightening notation, and the format of journal papers all conspire to make any foray ...more>>

  8. Search Macalester PoW Archives - Stan Wagon; The Math Forum
    A full-text search of the archive of questions and answers of Stan Wagon's Macalester College Problem of the Week, hosted by the Math Forum, can be performed from this page. ...more>>

  9. Search MSRI Library Catalogue - Mathematical Sciences Research Institutes
    Fill in the patterns (words or word fragment) you wish to search. The pattern can be from the title, author, subject, publisher, or series. ...more>>

  10. Search Netlib - Netlib Repository at UTK and ORNL
    Netlib is a collection of mathematical software, papers, and databases. Another Netlib search interface (which indexes the same material) is available at http://netlib.bell-labs.com/netlib/search.html. Also search the NA-Digest. ...more>>

  11. Search New York Journal of Mathematics (NYJM) - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany
    Search the contents of all years of the journal, or search individual years, 1994-present. ...more>>

  12. Search the Internet Mathematics Library - Math Forum
    Select the desired Math Topic, Math Education Topic, Level, and Resource Type. ...more>>

  13. Search the MacTutor History Archive - University of St. Andrews, Scotland
    Search all or any combination of topics: Biographies; References; Quotations; History Topics; Bibliography; Famous Curves; Societies. With search suggestions. ...more>>

  14. Search the UK Mirror Service - Higher Education National Software Archives
    Formerly HENSA, this UK service maintains copies of electronic archives from all over the world, providing access to a wide range of up-to-date software for those using PC's and microcomputers. The indexes searched allow you to find software held in any ...more>>

  15. The Seasons - Jim Loy
    What causes earth's seasons? A simple explanation, with some illustrations, of seasons, the solstices, and the equinoxes. ...more>>

  16. Seattle Fractals Digital Art - Doug Harrington
    A fractal art site featuring high-resolution digital fractal art prints for sale, and fractal art Windows 95/98/NT/2000 screensavers. ...more>>

  17. Secondary Math Units - Margaret Sinclair
    Units for grades 9-12. For grades 9-10: Data Collecting in the Classroom, Algebraic Problem-solving using Spreadsheets (a unit that emphasizes moving from numerical to symbolic representation), and a newspaper review unit on the Skydome. For grades 11-12: ...more>>

  18. Second Grade (AAA Math) - John Banfill
    Interactive math exercises, lessons, and games covering basic arithmetic concepts and methods, for second grade. ...more>>

  19. Second International Conference on Matrix-Analytic Methods in Stochastic Models - Alfa, Chakravarthy
    Information about the Second International Conference on Matrix-Analytic Methods in Stochastic Models (1998). See also the First International Conference (1995) page. The proceedings are published as a book by Notable Publications, Inc. ...more>>

  20. Second Moment - Stone Analytics
    A meeting place for academia and industry in the fields of applied statistics and analytics, showcasing cutting edge academic research. Also a resource for industry analysts and businesses interested in applying the latest statistical and analytical tools ...more>>

  21. The Secret Garden of Maths - Micky Bullock
    Blog by a secondary school maths teacher (Forest School, London, UK) that aims to provide "maths to the masses," with a preference for illustrations via GeoGebra. Bullock describes his "paranoia [as] rooted in the average person's contemptible indifference ...more>>

  22. The Secret Lives of Numbers
    A Java applet histogram exploring the relative popularity and cultural associations of every integer between 0 and one million. Numbers such as 212, 486, 911, 1040, 1492, 1776, 68040, and 90210, for example, occur more frequently than their neighbors ...more>>

  23. Secret Millionaires Club - A Squared Entertainment LLC
    Lessons, webisodes, and prime time specials that use real-life situations to teach young people how to succeed in life and in business. See, in particular, the free financial literacy classroom materials available through the Learn and Earn promotion. ...more>>

  24. Secrets of the Beehive - Keith Devlin; Guardian Unlimited Archive
    The 4th century geometer Pappus was one of several ancient Greek mathematicians who suspected that the elegant shape of the honeycomb was a result not of an innate bee-sense of geometric beauty but of nature's efficiency. The repeating pattern of six-sided ...more>>

  25. Secrets of the Fathom Masters - Tim Erickson
    "Get your Fathom questions answered here" by a member of Key Curriculum Press' design team that developed the software for data analysis and statistics education. When Erickson needs to write instructions for some procedure using Fathom, he posts them ...more>>

  26. Seedbed - Tom O'Brien, ed.
    Throughout the 1980s, Seedbed published articles on "the intellectual growth of children, and teachers' participation therein." Editor Tom O'Brien described the publication as a practical one, "where teachers are the principal authors and where teachers' ...more>>

  27. SEED - Math Puzzles - Schlumberger Excellence In Educational Development (SEED)
    Creative puzzles, with solutions, in number sense; arithmetic; probability; algebraic thinking; geometry, spatial reasoning and visualization; topology; logic; combinatorics; and more. Also available in Arabic, Russian, and Chinese. ...more>>

  28. Seeing and Learning Astronomy and Cosmology Through the Lens of Music - Sloan Edward Williams III - Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
    Exploring music, astronomy and cosmology, starting with the historical roots; the Pythagoreans in particular contributed profoundly to the development of Western Music by discovering two facts: first, that the sound caused by the string depends on the ...more>>

  29. Seeing Math Secondary: Interactives - the Concord Consortium
    Seeing Math has developed interactive software Java tools to clarify key mathematical ideas in middle and high school mathematics. Each interactive provides a real-time connection between representations of the mathematics (symbolic, graphical, etc.), ...more>>

  30. Seeing Red - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    Though it is fashionable to talk about the mind as a computer, a better description is that it is a pattern former/recognizer... The problem facing the computer scientist trying to equip a computer with vision is how to simulate this pattern creation/recognition ...more>>

  31. Seeing Statistics - Gary McClelland; Duxbury Press
    A browser-based statistics textbook that uses interactive Java applets to help students vizualize statistical principles. Registration is required; instructors may request an examination copy, and an introductory tour of a limited edition is available. ...more>>

  32. SeeMath.com - Tal Greengard
    Free animations of mathematical concepts, with explanations: whole numbers, negative numbers, fractions, cups and counters, operations, carrying tens using base ten blocks, and more. ...more>>

  33. Segments of Circles - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    Given partial information about a segment of a circle, how do you compute what you want to know? ...more>>

  34. Selected Books Using Technology for Instruction - David Hill, Temple University
    A list of books that use technology for instruction for linear algebra, numerical analysis, differential equations, and engineering. ...more>>

  35. Selected Internet Calculator Resources - Math Forum
    Selected Internet resources for integrating calculators into the math classroom, one of the Math Forum's series of pages dealing with issues in math education. curricular resources (articles, courses, textbooks); graphing calculator resources; online ...more>>

  36. Selected Papers - Louis A. Talman
    "An Unfortunate Metaphor" [the assembly line], Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 40 (1993); "Weekly Journal Entries - An Effective Tool for Teaching Mathematics," Using Writing To Teach Mathematics, MAA Notes, No. 16, Mathematical Association ...more>>

  37. Selected Recent Publications - George W. Hart
    Areas of Hart's research and pointers to further information, including a bibliography of his publications. Links to pages on: Multidimensional Analysis; Nonintrusive Appliance Load Monitoring; Telecommunications Network Management; Viterbi Algorithm ...more>>

  38. Selected Technical Papers by Title - UAB Graphics and AI Laboratory (GRAIL)
    Papers from GRAIL, the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Computer and Information Sciences center for research in computer graphics and vision. Includes: The bisector of a point and a plane parametric curve; Computing point/curve and curve/curve ...more>>

  39. The SELECT Math Project - Boston Public Schools
    The SELECT (Supporting Engaged Learning by Enhancing Curriculum with Technology) Math Project is a Boston Public Schools resource that features over 200 links to web-based virtual manipulatives and resources that directly support the mathematics curriculum ...more>>

  40. Self-Contacting Fractal Trees - Don West, Department of Mathematics, SUNY Plattsburgh
    Two very different forms of Mandelbrot and Frame's equation for tip contact, pointing out some gaps in logic and errors in statements, with proofs, or at least outlines, of the author's assertions. ...more>>

  41. Self-Instructional Mathematics Tutorials - Center for Support of Teaching and Learning, Syracuse University
    Self-instructional material for university students of chemistry, economics, political science and/or psychology. Math topics include fractions, decimals, percents, ratios and proportions, tables, bar graphs, circle graphs, the visual display of information, ...more>>

  42. Self Portrait at Age 13: Albrecht Durer 1484 - Ralph Martel
    A paper illustrated by a PowerPoint slide show to demonstrate how Albrecht Durer used geometry in his art work from the age of thirteen. This paper by Martel is one of a series that he is writing on mathematics and art. Suzanne Alejandre wrote a teaching ...more>>

  43. Self-Reference and Apparent Self-Reference - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    Various paradoxes, real and imagined, including verbal, logical, and mathematical examples, and links to: Blinking page with errors; Apparent paradox; Set of all subsets; An Impossible Page; Russell's paradox; and An Impossible Machine. ...more>>

  44. Self-similarity - Robert L. Devaney; Dept. of Mathematics, Boston University
    A section from the paper "Chaos in the Classroom," describing self-similarity, with the example of the Sierpinski triangle. ...more>>

  45. Self-Tutoring Math Kit - MATHCO Educational Materials
    All instruction is on cassette tape in both English and Spanish. The kit provides an Instruction Manual with explanations of over 50 mathematical objectives, including Place Value, Rounding Off, Operations of Whole Numbers, Decimals, Common Fractions, ...more>>

  46. SEMAA: Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy - NASA's Glenn Research Center; Cuyahoga Community College
    Created to expose historically underrepresented youth to activites in the fields of science, engineering, mathematics, and technology, SEMAA offers information about its classes and program as well as links and contact information. ...more>>

  47. Semidefinite Programming - Christoph Helmberg
    A page for the entire semidefinite community. Links to lists of: Conferences and Workshops; Interior Point Algorithms; Geometry and Complexity; Applications in Combinatorial Optimization; Applications in Control Theory; Eigenvalue Oriented Approaches; ...more>>

  48. Semigroups (Catalogue of Algebraic Systems) - John Pedersen, W. Edwin Clark; Dept. of Mathematics, University of South Florida
    Definition, examples, representations, and decision problems about semigroups. ...more>>

  49. Semigroup Theory - Jim Renshaw
    A directory of Semigroup Theorists, bibliographic database, and conferences in Group and Semigroup Theory. With a link to a package for doing commutative diagrams, by Paul Taylor. ...more>>

  50. Semiregular Tessellations - Totally Tessellated
    Color renditions and real examples of the semiregular tessellations. Templates allow you to print renditions of each tessellation suitable for coloring activities. ...more>>


 
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