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  1. Free Online Books - PSPXWorld.com
    Free books for download or viewing online, in computer science and mathematics. ...more>>

  2. Free Online College Courses: Mathematics - OnlineSchools
    Open math courseware from Johns Hopkins University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); The Open University; the University of California, Irvine; University of Notre Dame; and other institutions. Refine course listings by math subjects: algebra, ...more>>

  3. FreeScience.info - Claudio Attaccalite
    Mathematics section of a site providing free scientific books, mostly in PDF format. ...more>>

  4. Free Software which You Can Download - Will Naylor
    Download WNLIB, an ANSCII-C subroutine library which includes numerical routines, data structures, random number generators, and more. ...more>>

  5. Frequently Asked Questions in Business Statistics - Jian Chen
    Why should I study business statistics? Why is an average calculated? Why is a standard deviation calculated? Why are histograms calculated? Why are we concerned with samples and sampling in data analysis? Why calculate a correlation coefficient? Why ...more>>

  6. Frequently Asked Questions in Management Science or Operations Research - Jian Chen
    Why should I study Management Science or Operations Research? Why should a business decision maker study Decision Theory? What is Bayesian Decision Theory? Why study Linear Programming? Why study Queuing Theory? What is computer simulation? What is Inventory ...more>>

  7. Frequently Asked Questions in Mathematics - Alex López-Ortiz and the Sci.Math FAQ Team
    The sci.math FAQ. Non-trivial mathematical trivia from the newsgroup sci.math: a compilation of math history and knowledge of interest to most professional and amateur mathematicians, ranging from advanced topics such as Wiles' proposed proof to Fermat's ...more>>

  8. Friedman Numbers - Erich Friedman
    A Friedman number is a number that can be written in some non-trivial way using its digits, the operations + - * / ^ and concatenation of digits. For example, 25 and 126 are Friedman numbers, since 25 = 5^2, and 126 = 6 * 21. Page includes a list of all ...more>>

  9. FRISCO - A Framework for Integrated Symbolic/Numeric Computation - The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd, Oxford UK
    A three-year project funded by the European Commission under the Esprit Reactive LTR Scheme, its aim to develop highly efficient, versatile polynomial solvers for industrial users. Much of the software produced during the project is available for download, ...more>>

  10. Fritz Dooley's Mancala Center - Fritz Dooley
    Game theory analysis of the board game Mancala, written as a research paper for Harvard Business School. ...more>>

  11. From Chaos: Beauty - Kitara
    Fractal galleries created using UltraFractal. ...more>>

  12. From Constructivism to Active Learning - Siegfried M. Holzer
    Summary of an essay defining constructivism and outlining its implications for education: active learning, authentic activities, students' views, authentic assessment, and innovative curriculum. Published in the hypermedia publication of SUCCEED: The ...more>>

  13. From Counting to Writing - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Abstract numbers are the product of a long cultural evolution. They also apparently played a crucial role in the development of writing in the Middle East. Indeed, numbers came before letters, contends archaeologist Denise Schmandt-Besserat of the University ...more>>

  14. From Linear to Nonlinear Optimization: The Missing Chapter - Prof. Hossein Arsham; University of Baltimore
    This presentation in the form of a research paper provides a general solution algorithm for a large class of problems with linear constraints and a continuous objective function. A hypertext companion site for Applied Management Science: Making Good Decisions. ...more>>

  15. From Now On
    A Monthly Electronic Commentary on Educational Technology Issues. Previous issues archived by theme and date; since 1991. ...more>>

  16. From Number to Formula - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Given the number 1.6180339887, how can you find out whether this particular number is special in some way, as the output of a specific formula or the value of a familiar mathematical function? Do you have a favorite number: Pi, the golden ratio, e (Napier's ...more>>

  17. From Polychords to Polya: Adventures in Musical Combinatorics - Mike Keith
    A book that explores the various connections between the basic musical building blocks - chords, scales, and rhythms - and the area of mathematics known as combinatorics, which is concerned with counting and classifying configurations of objects. Questions ...more>>

  18. From Starting Line to Ancient Angle - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The ruins of ancient Corinth include a stadium that featured several courses for foot races. In 1980, archaeologists found and excavated the curved starting line for one such racecourse, dating from about 500 B.C. Curved to allow a staggered start, the ...more>>

  19. Front for the Mathematics ArXiv - Univ. of California, Davis
    U.C. Davis front end for the xxx.lanl.gov e-Print archive, a major site for mathematics preprints that has incorporated many formerly independent specialist archives including alg-geom, funct-an, dg-ga, q-alg, auto-fms, cd-hg, MAGNUS, Several Complex ...more>>

  20. FroZenLight - Zoltan Palmer
    Interrelating line arts, mathematics, and cryptography, this free Java application simulates experiments in classic optics. Use FroZenLight to see how beaming a light ray onto circular mirrors would produce reflection patterns ranging from the symmetric ...more>>

  21. Frustration Solitaire - Doyle, Grinstead, Snell
    A paper on the rank-derangement problem, which asks for the number of permutations of a deck of cards such that each card is replaced by a card of a different rank, and which arises when computing the probability of winning the game of 'frustration solitaire'. ...more>>

  22. FTL
    An online magazine with articles about space, science, and science fiction. Features include a series of humorous articles by Ian Stewart, with topics ranging from lattice polyhedra (and conceptual art) to Diophantine equations (and camels). ...more>>

  23. Full-Text Electronic Journals - TriUniversity Group of Libraries, Ontario, Canada
    A collection useful for browsing the contents of a particular journal and for locating a specific article given the article citation (article title, author, journal title, volume, date published). (You cannot search by subject, so if you do not have ...more>>

  24. Fun and Games in Nevada - Ivars Peterson (Mathland)
    ...in the hotel's casino, the sights and sounds were... the glare of neon lights, the jangle of coins erupting from slot machines, the clink of chips at blackjack tables, and the mutter of avid gamblers testing their luck. It was the middle of April, ...more>>

  25. Functional Analysis - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to functional analysis, which views the big picture in differential equations, for example, thinking of a differential operator as a linear map on a large set of functions. Thus this area becomes the ...more>>

  26. A Functional Housing Market - Susan Boone
    Students use the Internet to search for housing prices in Houston, Texas, (the location can be changed to accommodate any location) and compare the prices to the number of square feet found in the living area of a house. A linear equation is derived from ...more>>

  27. Function Basics - David Eger; Interactive Mathematics Online (IMO)
    Functions are mathematical ideas that take one or more variables and produce a variable. In an abstract mathematical sense, a function is a mapping of some domain onto some range. For each item in the domain, there is a corresponding item in the range ...more>>

  28. Functions of a Complex Variable - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to complex variables, studying the effect of assuming differentiability of functions defined on complex numbers. The effect is markedly different than for real functions; these functions are much more ...more>>

  29. Function Squashing - David Eger; Interactive Mathematics Online (IMO)
    Exploring things you can do with periodic functions like sine and cosine; translation, and vertical and horizontal scaling. ...more>>

  30. Functor - Jordan Touzsouzov - |Mordred|
    Math software for the graphical analysis and display of one- and two-argument functions z = f(x, y), using OpenGL. A beta version is available for Win95/98 and WinNT. ...more>>

  31. Fundamentals of Geometry - Oleg A. Belyaev
    A work in progress to create a free online book on geometry--from exposition of elementary absolute geometry based on Hilbert's axioms to more advanced topics. The site contains a current draft of the book. This text is also intended to provide math background ...more>>

  32. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra - B. Fine, Fairfield Univ., CT; G. Rosenberger, Univ. of Dortmund, Germany
    The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra states that any complex polynomial must have a complex root. This basic result, whose first accepted proof was given by Gauss, lies at the intersection of the theory of numbers and the theory of equations, and arises ...more>>

  33. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay covering from Cardan in the 1500's to the Euler and Argand proofs through the 1800's, with 8 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  34. The Fundamental Theorem of Projective Geometry - Maska Law; Dept. of Mathematics, University of Western Australia
    A brief definition of projective geometry, by the author of an honours dissertation covering ideas from the areas of projective geometry and group theory. ...more>>

  35. Funforms: a New Math Learning System - Joel S. Steinberg
    An abacus- or slide-rule-like notation system, essentially binary (though a trinary system also exists). The web site includes a description of how to use it, and suggests that it might be taught to preschoolers as a game, or used to teach math concepts ...more>>

  36. The FUNKtion - Appreciating Math through Art - ThinkQuest 1996
    How to do really hard graphic stuff. Tilings, Fractals, Sierpinski Gaskets, animations, pictures, links. Math "crash courses" on Complex Numbers; Magnitude and the Pythagorean Theorum; Functions; and 3-D. ...more>>

  37. Fun, Puzzles, Travel - Paul Bourke
    Brain twisters, arranged by approximate level, and designed for the most part to require no particularly advanced mathematical skills. Illusions include impossible triangle, Muller-Lyer, bad box, and Colours. ...more>>

  38. Fun with Cellular Automata - Mathilde Rufenacht
    Java applets such as "pattern calculators" for exploring one-dimensional cellular automata, Conway's game of life, and the skins and furs of animals. Also, use the site to run your own screen savers. ...more>>

  39. Fun with Fractals - Keith Gabryelski
    Click in the fractal image to select the area of the fractal you would like to examine; select a location and style for the fractal image by modifing the values in the form. ...more>>

  40. Fun With Num3ers
    A blog of mathematical puzzles, mostly in number theory. Posts, which date back to January, 2012, have included "Using digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 only once (Part Two)," "Pythagorean triple Digits Reversed," "Concatenation puzzle: when (A || ...more>>

  41. Furman University Wylie Mathematics Tournament - Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
    A page with links to annual Furman University mathematics tournament exams for 1996-1999, and to postscript or PDF files of Senior and Junior Written Problems, with answer sheets. The date of the 2000 Furman University Wylie Mathematics Tournament is ...more>>

  42. Futility Closet - Greg Ross
    "An idler's miscellany of compendious amusements." Math posts, which date back to January, 2005, have included puzzles, curios, and trivia from the lives of famous mathematicians -- all "self-contained and written as concisely as possible" -- such as ...more>>

  43. Future of Leap Seconds - Steve Allen
    Allen, an astronomer, discusses leap years, leap seconds -- and how to avoid their use when redefining Coordinated Universal Time (UTC): three pictures that show the situation; elapsed time (JavaScript that shows POSIX's inability to provide an interface ...more>>

  44. Fuzzy Logic - Quadralay Corporation
    A departure from classical two-valued sets and logic, Fuzzy Logic uses "soft" linguistic (e.g. large, hot, tall) system variables and a continuous range of truth values in the interval [0,1], rather than strict binary (True or False) decisions and assignments. ...more>>

  45. Fuzzy sets for Ada - Dmitry A. Kazakov
    A free (GPL) implementation of fuzzy sets, intuitionistic fuzzy sets, fuzzy numbers, linguistic variables and sets of linguistic variables. ...more>>

  46. g3d 3-Dimensional Graphing Applet - Eugene Agichtein
    Currently available functions: sin, cos, tan, acos, asin, atan -arguments in radians; Hyperbolic Functions - sinc, ctan, actan; sqrt, sqr, exp, log, ln. Operators: +, -, /, *, ^ . Graphs are highlighted in red to show contours, and can be rotated by dragging ...more>>

  47. GalaxyGoo
    An interdisciplinary, volunteer thinktank dedicated to exploring expressions of science and math with online technologies, for public benefit. Read interviews of scientists; explore math such as the sine curve with Flash, participate in forums and blogs, ...more>>

  48. The Galileoscope™ - International Year of Astronomy
    High-quality, low-cost, easy-to-assemble telescope kits developed for the International Year of Astronomy (2009) in celebration of "... the celestial wonders that Galileo Galilei first glimpsed 400 years ago and that still delight stargazers today. These ...more>>

  49. Gallery of Data Visualization - Michael Friendly, York University
    Examples of the best and worst of statistical graphics, from what is arguably the best statistical graphic ever drawn, to the current record-holder for the worst. ...more>>

  50. Gallery of Fluid Mechanics - M. S. Cramer
    An image/movie gallery illustrating a wide variety of phenomena, including aurora, vortices, supersonic flow, supersonic cars, water drops, water waves, and shock waves. Accompanying each image or movie is a brief physical explanation. Students and teachers ...more>>


 
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