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  1. Resources for the Teaching of Complex Analysis - Paul Fishback
    The page includes: sample F(z) for Windows files (downloadable: for each example, an F(z) file is listed along with an MS WORD document describing the F(z) file and its creation in greater detail; a TI-86 program that approximates contour integrals using ...more>>

  2. Resources for Undergraduates in Mathematics (MAA) - Mathematical Association of America
    Answers and links to sites that answer questions such as: What can I do with a math major? Where can I find help on finding the first job? What has been the experience of other students? What are some other resources? ...more>>

  3. The RetroPsychoKinesis Project - Peter Moore and John Walker
    Retropsychokinesis (RPK) is the claimed ability of certain subjects to alter random data generated, but not examined, prior to the time the data are presented to the subject. Read about or run bell curve, clock face, or pendulum feedback programs (Java ...more>>

  4. Retrosheet
    Digitizing play-by-play accounts of Major League Baseball games from the past century through the present. Freely download event files, which detail "literally every play" in big league baseball; game logs; schedules; narratives, which provide text play-by-play ...more>>

  5. The Return of Odysseus and the Elements of Euclid - Andrew Wiesner; Classics Dept., Colorado College
    The author's 1994 honors thesis, which attempts to shed new light on the origins of Greek mathematics. ...more>>

  6. Return of the Mathematical Tourist - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    In the newly published, updated edition of The Mathematical Tourist, Peterson writes, "...computers have become commonplace tools used by nearly all mathematicians, not only to communicate with each other but also to explore mathematical questions... ...more>>

  7. The Return of Zeta - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The Riemann hypothesis is widely considered the outstanding unsolved problem in mathematics. Generations of mathematicians have been lured into hunting for a proof of this celebrated conundrum. All have so far failed. Lately, however, a cautious optimism ...more>>

  8. Return to Socrates - Ion Saliu
    BASIC programs for download cover topics such as the birthday paradox, card shuffling, bell curves, permutations, combinations, and a wide range of games of chance, including lotteries, lottos, Powerball, Mega Millions, Pick-3, Pick-4, Keno, roulette, ...more>>

  9. Reuleaux Triangle - Paul Kunkel
    An investigation into the Reuleaux triangle and its properties. ...more>>

  10. ReviewMaster - Intecube Technologies Ltd.
    Math review material suitable as reference guides, study aids, or teacher aids for students and teachers. Available for laptops as eBooks, and for handhelds such as the Palm PDA and the Pocket PC. ...more>>

  11. Reviver: A Practical Provable Surface Reconstructor
    Free surface reconstructor software that turns unorganised point clouds to surfaces, in a variety of output formats. ...more>>

  12. Ricci: A Mathematica package for doing tensor calculations in differential geometry - John M. Lee, Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Washington
    Ricci has the following features and capabilities: manipulation of tensor expressions with and without indices; implicit use of the Einstein summation convention; correct manipulation of dummy indices; display of results in mathematical notation, with ...more>>

  13. Rice Computational Mathematics Laboratory - R. O. Wells, Jr., Director; Rice Univ., Houston, TX
    A mathematics laboratory collaboration. CML's current research efforts concern wavelet theory and its application in a variety of areas of numerical analysis and signal processing, especially the Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) program. ...more>>

  14. Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics - David M. Lane, Rice University
    A comprehensive interactive resource for studying statistics, in four modules: HyperStat Online--an introductory-level hypertext statistics book, with links to other statistics resources on the Web; simulations/demonstrations--Java applets that display ...more>>

  15. Richard E. Borcherds
    Preprints, papers, and the author's thesis, in HTML, plain TeX, dvi, and pdf formats; problem sheets for Lie algebras or Modular forms, and solutions to some problems in Hartshorne's book; tables of positive definite lattices and coefficients of some ...more>>

  16. Richard Weber, University of Cambridge
    Weber's professional interest is the Mathematics of Operations Research. His site includes contact information; a list of publications; a brief CV (with further information about his research interests); a recent research paper; a teaching page (with ...more>>

  17. RichLanza.com - Richard B. Lanza
    ACL, Digital Analaysis, Benford's Law, DATAS, DATAS for ACL, DATAS for IDEA, DATAS for Excel, articles and book reviews on project management, audit software, digital analysis®, Benford's law, risk management, and more. ...more>>

  18. RICHplot - Richard Davies
    A Java applet for plotting user-defined trigonometric functions. Includes the following functions: sin, cos, tan, abs, sqrt ,+ ,- ,* ,/ ,^ (power function), asin, acos, atan, ln (log to the base e) and exp. Requires a Java-enabled browser. ...more>>

  19. The Ri Christmas Lectures - The Royal Institution of Great Britain
    Register to watch the demonstration-packed, fun-filled videos that have formed a part of the British Christmas tradition for generations: "The natural history of a sunbeam," by George Porter; "Mathematics into pictures," by Christopher Zeeman; "Crystals ...more>>

  20. Rich Starting Points for A-Level Core Mathematics - Jonny Griffiths
    Download PDF task files of 40 open-ended investigative activities for the A Level Pure Mathematics classroom: basic algebra, coordinate geometry, polynomials, curve sketching, uncertainty and inequalities, indices and surds, sequences and series, differentiation, ...more>>

  21. Rick Durrett's Home Page - Rick Durrett
    Research in the general area of probability theory, and more specifically in stochastic spatial models and their applications to ecology and genetics. Publications organized into books and papers, as well as s3 (stochastic spatial simulator) and stochastic ...more>>

  22. Riding on Square Wheels - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    A square wheel may be the ultimate flat tire. There's no way it can roll over a flat, smooth road without a sequence of jarring bumps. However, a square wheel can roll smoothly, keeping the axle moving in a straight line and at a constant velocity, if ...more>>

  23. Rincón Matemático - Mario Augusto Bunge
    Revista electrónica de matemática básica. Temas de análisis, cálculo, geometría, probabilidades. Problema del mes. Foros. ...more>>

  24. Rincón Matemático Tests interactivos - Mario A. Bunge
    Exámenes multiple choice de Precálculo, Matemática, Análisis Matemático y Álgebra lineal. Cada examen se presenta en dos formatos: PDF y HTML. El PDF se imprime y se utiliza como una hoja de examen. Realizada la prueba, se recurre al HTML (quiz ...more>>

  25. Rings (Catalogue of Algebraic Systems) - John Pedersen, W. Edwin Clark; Dept. of Mathematics, University of South Florida
    Definition, examples, and decision problems about rings are provided. ...more>>

  26. Rings with Identity (Catalogue of Algebraic Systems) - John Pedersen, W. Edwin Clark; Dept. of Mathematics, University of South Florida
    Definition, examples, and decision problems about Rings with Identity, Rings with 1, and Unital Rings. ...more>>

  27. Rinus Roelofs
    Geometric sculpture, animation, structures, and "rhinoceros" (knots) by Roelofs, who exhibited as part of the Escher Centennial celebrations. After studying Applied Mathematics at the Technical University of Enschede (Netherlands), Roelofs earned a degree ...more>>

  28. The Rise of Calculus - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay describing the history of Calculus from the Greeks through Newton and Leibniz, with 28 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  29. RiskLab Toronto
    One of an international network of math laboratories in the field of risk modelling. Originally intended to model financial risk, the field has grown to encompass a number of other areas. Site provides summaries of the lab's research (including ...more>>

  30. Risorse Internet per la storia della matematica - Claudia Lamberti
    Internet resources for mathematics, science, and engineering history selected from the University of Pisa Libraries. ...more>>

  31. RJN's More Digits of Irrational Numbers Page - Nemiroff, Bonnell
    All digits accessible here were computed by Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell. The Digit Warehouse: e, sqrts of 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 to millions of digits. ...more>>

  32. Rlab Computer Language - Ian Searle
    Created for scientific and engineering applications, this high-level language focuses on creating a good experimental environment for matrix math. While not a clone, RLab is described as "MATLAB-like" by its creator, Ian Searle. Access information and ...more>>

  33. RngPack - Paul Houle
    A pseudorandom number generator package for Java. Pseudorandom means that the "random" numbers are generated by a deterministic mathematical process, not by a fundamentally random physical process such as radioactive decay or Johnson noise. RngPack contains ...more>>

  34. Road Sign Math - Jamie Thingelstad
    "Driving + Math = Fun." A game to play on the road, identifying signs that suggest basic or advanced arithmetic, or that display constants, sequences, or primes. See digital photographs of actual street and highway signs that meet the "RSM" rules. Submit ...more>>

  35. Rob Barry's Website
    Recent stories by The Wall Street Journal investigative reporter who specializes in computer-assisted reporting, which he describes as "the practice of wrestling large sets of data into compelling narratives." Barry's articles have ranged from insider ...more>>

  36. Robbins Algebras are Boolean - William McCune, Automated Deduction Group, Argonne National Laboratory
    The Robbins problem - are all Robbins algebras Boolean? - has been solved: Every Robbins algebra is Boolean. This theorem was proved automatically by EQP, a theorem proving program developed at Argonne National Laboratory. Information on the solution; ...more>>

  37. Robert Abbott's Mazes - Robert Abbott
    Two very difficult puzzles programmed by Oriel Maxime and based on mazes in Abbott's books: the Sliding Door Maze, and Theseus and the Minotaur. Also a collection of reviews of the books SuperMazes and Mad Mazes, with more puzzles (but nothing interactive), ...more>>

  38. Robert J. Lang Origami - Robert J. Lang
    Lang has catalogued and diagrammed over 400 models, combining aspects of the Western school of mathematical origami design with the Eastern emphasis upon line and form. Read about origami mathematics, which mathematically describe the underlying laws ...more>>

  39. Roberto Tamassia's Home Page
    Home page of a Professor in the Dept. of Computer Science at Brown University. Curriculum Vitae, recent papers, teaching, books (interests include graph drawing, data structures, computational geometry). ...more>>

  40. Robert's Online Applications - Robert Lum
    Java applets to assist with financial investments: commissions pricer, derivatives pricer, loan pricer, option pricer, option strategy visualizer, portfolio pricer, quote sheet, stock volatility charts, and tax pricer (1999, 1998, 1997, 1996 or 1995). ...more>>

  41. Robotic Navigation with Constraints - J. A. Sethian
    A paper and movie on robotic navigation. Finding the Shortest Path: The equation that describes the arrival time of this expanding front as it depends on the possible speed at any point and direction is the Eikonal equation. The fast marching method is ...more>>

  42. Rock-and-Roll Bridge - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Startling scenes of rippling pavement, featured in a classic film that captured the 1940 destruction of the Tacoma Narrows suspension bridge in Washington state, rank among the most dramatic and widely known images in science and engineering. This old ...more>>

  43. Rocky Mountain Mathematica - Ed Packel, Stan Wagon
    Introductory and intermediate workshops on Mathematica for teachers of mathematics and other scientific subjects. Workshops are held in Colorado during early July. The site includes registration information, schedule, and syllabi. ...more>>

  44. Rodney Carr's Home Page - Deakin University, Australia
    Books and software on statistics and advanced spreadsheet design. Contact the author for passwords to access downloadable documents and executable Microsoft Excel workbooks such as XLStatistics, for statistical analysis of data; XLGenetics, for illustrating ...more>>

  45. Rogue Wave's Math Class Libraries - Rogue Wave Software, Inc.
    Math.h++ is a C++ class library for any code that manipulates arrays of numbers. Math.h++ offers vector, matrix, and array classes, statistics classes, Fast-Fourier Transformations, and persistence. Product information, technical discussion, Math.h++ ...more>>

  46. The Role of Calculators in Math Education - Heidi Pomerantz, Bert Waits for USI/CPMSA
    This PDF article outlines the benefits of calculator use in mathematics classrooms from kindergarten through the university level, describing how calculators, when used appropriately, can be a tool for learning mathematics. The document has six sections: ...more>>

  47. The Role of Examples in Learning Mathematics - Annie and John Selden; Mathematical Association of America
    "Examining examples and non-examples can help students understand definitions.... Is the provision of examples always desirable? Would it perhaps be better to ask undergraduate students to provide their own examples and non-examples? Would they be able ...more>>

  48. Roles of calculators in the classroom - Pedro Gómez and Bert Waits
    The site contains the extended papers of the conferences presented in the Topic Group 18 of the International Congress of Mathematics Education held in Seville in July, 1996. Papers are presented both as web pages and as PDF files. ...more>>

  49. Rolf's Calculator - Rolf Howarth
    A fully featured JavaScript scientific calculator that includes trig functions and logarithms, factorials, 12 levels of parentheses, logs to base 2, bitwise logical operators, hex, octal, binary and ascii display. ...more>>

  50. Rolling with Reuleaux - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Why is the cover of a manhole round? The usual answer is that a circular lid, unlike a square or hexagonal cover, won't fall through the opening. The circle works because it has a constant width, defined as the distance between a pair of parallel lines ...more>>


 
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