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  1. e = 2.7182818285... - Rick Fowler; University of Saskatchewan, Canada
    History of and information about the number e, with links to sites on the Web and a hard copy reference. ...more>>

  2. EAGER (European Algebraic Geometry Research Training Network) - Wolfram Decker
    The members of EAGER are algebraic geometers in mathematical centres spreading among most European countries. These centres are grouped into twelve geographical nodes which are responsible for the management of joint research projects and for the training ...more>>

  3. E and M - Finzer, Berkelman, Bennett; Key Curriculum Press
    Two sketches showing how to model force fields. One sketch models a capacitor, and the other shows the strength at various points of the field generated by two charged particles. ...more>>

  4. Earliest Known Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics - Jeff Miller, Gulf High School, New Port Richey, FL
    An extensive list, with examples, sources, and contributors. These pages attempt to show the first uses of various words used in mathematics. Research is ongoing, and the uses cited should not be assumed to be the first uses that occurred unless it is ...more>>

  5. Earliest Uses of Various Mathematical Symbols - Jeff Miller, Gulf High School, New Port Richey, FL
    An attempt to identify the individuals who introduced various common mathematical symbols, along with the dates and name of the document in which the symbol first appeared: symbols of operation; grouping symbols; symbols of relation; fractions and decimals; ...more>>

  6. Early Calculators - David G. Hicks
    Some history on slide rules and their types and makers, as well as basic instructions on their use. Also Planimeters, Calculating Machines (adding machines, four function mechanical calculators, how calculating machiens worked), and Early Electronic Models. ...more>>

  7. Early Career Profiles: Recent bachelors-level graduates in the mathematical sciences - American Mathematical Society
    A collection of profiles of alumni from a variety US colleges and universities who majored in mathematics. Each profile includes statements of what the alumnus or alumna now does, the math each uses on the job, the recent graduate's educational background, ...more>>

  8. Earth/matriX: Science in Ancient Artwork & cience Today - Charles William Johnson González-Casanova
    Analyses of ancient reckoning, a summation of Fermat's Last Theorem through simple addition and last-digit patterns, the Anti-Radian, ancient Pi, an alternative proof of the Pythagorean Theorem to the power of three, the ancient mediatio/duplatio ...more>>

  9. Easier Fibonacci puzzles - Ron Knott
    Puzzles that are simply related to the Fibonacci numbers....; Brick Wall patterns; Making a bee-line with Fibonacci numbers; Chairs in a row; Stepping Stones; Fibonacci numbers for a change!; Telephone Trees ; Leonardo's Leaps; Fix or Flip; Two heads ...more>>

  10. EASI Street to Science, Engineering, and Math (SEM)
    Equal access to software and information: an NSF-sponsored project to collect and disseminate information on tools that make these fields more accessible to professionals with disabilities. Online workshops, Webcasts, links to programs for the visually ...more>>

  11. EasyFit: Distribution-Fitting Software - Mathwave Technologies
    Automatically or manually fit probability distributions to data and select the best model in seconds. Key features include support for over 40 probability distributions, goodness of fit tests, and high-quality interactive graphs. For Windows. Free trial ...more>>

  12. Easymaths - Echelon Systems Ltd.
    A UK math site with GCSE tutorials, notes to be used as introductions to topics or for revision; an Exam Bank with exam-style questions and model answers for ages 12-16; book reviews, a Practice Room with practice maths problems and tips for solving them; ...more>>

  13. EASYpEXPR: Writing Expressions in Pure HTML - Giovanni Artico
    Enter an expression in the textbox, and the page will return the HTML code that would show the expression in standard visual form. ...more>>

  14. Eat. Sleep. Math.
    A Tumblr "repository for math-related links, anecdotes, code, and random thoughts" by a UCLA undergraduate. Posts, which date back to November, 2013, have included "Yesterday my friend and I passed Terence Tao in the MS building while I was explaining ...more>>

  15. e-Calculus - D. P. Story, Mathematics & Computer Science, Univ. of Akron
    A Calculus I tutorial written in TeX and converted to Adobe PDF. Features include verbose discussion of topics; typeset quality mathematics; inline examples and exercises; interactivity in the form of multiple choice questions and quizzes; and pop-up ...more>>

  16. ecalculus.org: The Calculus Page - Hass, Kouba, University of California, Davis, CA
    Resources for calculus students: calculus problems with solutions; sample exams; excerpts from "How to Ace Calculus" (the Streetwise Guide); animations; tips on preparing for exams; mathematics and the job market (professions that use mathematics); and ...more>>

  17. ECC Tutorial - Certicom
    Elliptic Curve Cryptosystem Classroom introduces elliptic curves and how they are used to create a secure and powerful cryptosystem: elliptic curve groups over real numbers, over Fp, over F2m, and the discrete log problem. Certicom's 109-bit and other ...more>>

  18. EcEdWeb: Economic Education - Kim Sosin, Univ. of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO)
    Teaching resources for economics teachers from K-12 to college/university level, plus links to particularly useful sites for economics information and data for teachers and students. Two economics organizations, the National Association of Economic Educators ...more>>

  19. Economic and Game Theory - David K. Levine, Department of Economics, UCLA
    A site that uses the tools of modern economic theory and game theory to explore how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals determines social outcomes. The site offers general interest material, undergraduate and graduate course material, ...more>>

  20. Economic Research Service (ERS) - U.S. Department of Agriculture
    This agency studies agriculture, food and nutrition, the environment, rural development, and international trade. Research reports, press releases, commodities reports, books, and other publications available online or for download in PDF format, with ...more>>

  21. Economics of Networks Internet Site - Nicholas Economides
    A collection of information on economic issues of networks, such as the Internet, telephone and fax communications networks, railroads etc. One of the fundamental features of networks is that the value of a network service increases as the network expands, ...more>>

  22. EDeafMath - Dawn Kidd
    Vlog for anyone who teaches "at least one deaf or hard of hearing student." Posts, which date back to February, 2013, include "Texas Math Sign Language Dictionary" and "50 Plus Ideas for Using Document Cameras in the Classroom." Kidd teaches middle school ...more>>

  23. EDGE: EmbeDded Graphing Engine - Hydrix
    A graphing engine that can quickly and accurately graph a broad range of algebraic relations. Additionally it can identify and display regions where the relation is undefined. Demo version on the web. ...more>>

  24. Edinburgh Mathematical Society (EMS) - Chris Smyth, EMS Secretary; Edinburgh University
    Founded in 1883 for "the mutual improvement of its members in the Mathematical Sciences, pure and applied"; the principal mathematical society for the university community in Scotland. Its membership is drawn from all the Scottish universities and other ...more>>

  25. EdNext
    A utility that allows searches defined by grade level, subject, and specific topic. Select subject: mathematics to search for more than 8,000 math sites. ...more>>

  26. Ed Tech Tools - University of Hawaii
    Free, web-based tools for educators, featuring QuizMaker 2.0, which allows users to create and correct on-line quizzes easily and quickly, without any knowledge of HTML. It provides instant feedback to students, and/or package answers in an email that ...more>>

  27. Educational Interests - Keith Lynn
    See, in particular, Lynn's Math Modeling Project, which features Java applets to produce quadratic and sine examples; and Dynamics Project, on the Julia and Mandelbrot sets. ...more>>

  28. Educational Resources - Avraham Goldstein
    CGI for solving quadratic and cubic equations, performing polynomial division with remainder, finding real and complex roots of cubic equations, and analyzing polynomial functions (determining first and second derivatives, local maxima, minima, inflection ...more>>

  29. Educational Technologies - TECFA, WWW Virtual Library
    This site offers a selection of best pages dealing with educational technology; trees of concepts (guided search: educational software, artificial intelligence, constructivist design, virtual reality, distance education, etc.); the opportunity to make ...more>>

  30. The Educational Validity of Visual Geometry - Marius Blok; Hull, UK
    A 1998 doctoral thesis describing the design of a new branch of geometry and its teaching, based on philosophy and visual art, avoiding the use of formulae and computations. The site provides a table of contents, preface, and summary, as well as contact ...more>>

  31. EducationDegree.com - Degree Prospects, LLC
    A free, informational website for both current and aspiring teachers to find colleges and universities that confer certifications, master's, doctorates, and other education degrees. Browse the database by selecting a location, which includes online programs ...more>>

  32. Education Index - Frank Quinn, Department of Mathematics, Virginia Tech
    Download Quinn's articles: "Contemporary Proofs for Mathematics Education," "A Science-of-Learning approach to Mathematics Education," "A Revolution in Mathematics? What really happened a century ago, and why it matters today," and "What should students ...more>>

  33. Education: Mathematics - The Mining Company
    Web resource lists of sites: see sciences - physical/computer and, beneath, mathematics by Kristin Matherly, with links to sites "in the spotlight" and topics: Algebra; Applied Math; Books; Business Math; Careers; Calculus; Communities; Competitions; ...more>>

  34. Education Resources for Oceanography and Earth Sciences - JPL Physical Oceanography DAAC
    A list of documents, data, and software for Education from NASA, UNESCO, the U.S. Geological Survey, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC), etc. ...more>>

  35. education.ti.com - Texas Instruments, Inc.
    Texas Instruments calculator resources and educational solutions: product information; free program downloads; classroom activities, including both a test prep section and a free, collaborative forum for sharing favorite activities that use TI technology, ...more>>

  36. Educator as a Midwife - Prof. Hossein Arsham; University of Baltimore
    A collection of experiences gained in teaching and learning interactively online. A thoughtful exploration of the author's philosophy of teaching and learning, the advantages of distance learning, the goals of a formal education, and more. ...more>>

  37. Educator's Website - Software Express, Inc.
    Commercial software catalog. Academic software discounts for students, faculty and schools, plus discounted software licensing. Over 10,000 items with special low prices for educators and students on software and licenses. ...more>>

  38. EDUMAT - Foro sobre educación matemática (mailing list)
    Una lista de distribución dirigida a los profesionales de la enseñanza de las matemáticas de todos los niveles educativos. Cualquier tema relacionado con la educación matemática tiene cabida en esta lista. La matemática ...more>>

  39. EDU-SIG: Python in Education - Python Software Foundation
    An informal venue for comparing notes and discussing future possibilities for the Python programming language in education. The special interest group's origins trace to Guido van Rossum's pioneering Computer Programming for Everybody (CP4E), a grant ...more>>

  40. EduWizardS
    Math tutoring and homework help service. Review the educational background, experience, fees, and ratings of tutors, then book a session with voice chat, whiteboard, and text-chat. Tutors adjust lesson pace "to a student's ability and guide them where ...more>>

  41. Edward Burger
    Journal publications, Thinkwell textbooks, and other professional activities of the Francis Christopher Oakley Third Century Professor of Mathematics, formerly Baylor University's Robert Foster Cherry Professor for Great Teaching. Burger, who co-authored ...more>>

  42. Edward Frenkel's Home Page - Edward Frenkel
    Papers and other professional activities by the author of Love and Math, Langlands Correspondence for Loop Groups, and Vertex Algebras and Algebraic Curves. See, in particular, this Berkeley math professor's calculus lectures on YouTube. Frenkel, whose ...more>>

  43. Edward Tufte
    The work of Tufte and Graphics Press. Read testimonials about his books and purchase them online: The Graphic Display of Quantitative Information, Envisioning Information, and Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. In the ...more>>

  44. EE HomePage.com - Mike Stanley
    EE HomePage.com provides a variety of resources for Electrical and Electronics Engineers. This includes a variety of online texts covering mathematical topics ranging from basic algebra through calculus, matrix theory and neural nets. ...more>>

  45. The Effects of Moore's Law and Slacking on Large Computations - Gottbrath, Bailin, et al.; Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
    A tongue-in-cheek paper in which the authors show that, in the context of Moore's Law, overall productivity can be increased for large enough computations by 'slacking' or waiting for some period of time before purchasing a computer and beginning the ...more>>

  46. efg's Computer Lab: Fractals & Chaos Page - Earl F. Glynn II
    Links to programs for creating fractal images and examples of chaos, and to the Glynn Function Study Center Gallery, with various views of the Julia set, z -> z^1.5-0.2, where z is a complex number. ...more>>

  47. Eformulae.com
    Eformulae.com is a online resource of engineering formulas, science formulas, math formulas, physics formulas, chemistry formulas, tables, glossary of terms related to computer engineering, manufacturing technology, mechanical engineering, agricultural ...more>>

  48. E-G Models (Electronic Geometry Models) - Michael Joswig, Konrad Polthier
    A refereed archive of interesting geometric examples and visualizations, open for any geometer to publish new geometric models, or to browse the models for material to be used in education and research. The geometry models cover a broad range of mathematical ...more>>

  49. Egyptian Fractions - David Eppstein
    Links to algorithms for Egyptian fractions, transcriptions of network conversations, and many other relevant sites. ...more>>

  50. Egyptian Number Translation - Poseidon Software and Invention
    A calculator that takes a decimal number and translates it into Egyptian hieroglyphs. ...more>>


 
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