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  1. Project Based Learning Pathways - David Graser
    A blog about real life projects suitable for college math courses such as algebra, finite math, and business calculus. Most of these applied math projects include handouts, videos, and other resources for students, as well as a project letter. Graser, ...more>>

  2. Project CALC: Calculus as a Laboratory Course - Lawrence C. Moore and David A. Smith, Duke University
    An NSF-funded curriculum development project that has produced materials for a three-semester reform calculus course emphasizing real-world problems, hands-on activities, discovery learning, writing and revision of writing, teamwork, intelligent use of ...more>>

  3. Project Euclid - Cornell University Library
    Project Euclid seeks to "advance scholarly communication in the field of theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics." Access and distribution plans for journal full-text content include full-text searching, reference linking, interoperability ...more>>

  4. Project Euler - Colin Hughes
    Browse hundreds of challenging problems that require mathematical insights as well as computer and programming skills to solve. Popular puzzles include "Add all the natural numbers below one thousand that are multiples of 3 or 5," "By considering the ...more>>

  5. project Eureka
    project Eureka is a collaboratively edited site for problem solvers/creators—regardless of problem or field. Add problems with quantifiable results; or group problems in a test. ...more>>

  6. Project Hermite - Shayne Waldron
    Because bounding the error in Hermite interpolation in terms of the derivative which kills the interpolating space is of interest in numerical analysis and in the analysis of ordinary differential equations, there is an extensive literature on the subject. ...more>>

  7. Projective Conics (Gallery of Interactive Geometry) - Mathew Frank; The Geometry Center
    This discussion of Pascal's theorem in terms of projective geometry includes an interactive application that lets you specify points on a conic and see how the theorem applies to them. Conics and Hexagons: Pascal's Theorem; Brianchon's Theorem; Some Stronger ...more>>

  8. Projective geometry and transformations - Albert Goodman; Deakin University (Rusden), Clayton, Victoria, Australia
    Applications of projective geometry and transformations for computer graphics. 2-D projection and coordinate systems; and transformations. From a course in Computer Graphics and Imaging. ...more>>

  9. Project List - Thomas Banchoff
    Projects: a remake of The Flat Torus in the Three-Sphere, a film originally created in 1968; "Complex Function Graphs"; self-linking of curves on the 3-sphere; "Monge and Desargues, Identified" (requires the Geometer's Sketchpad); a "sketchpad" for spherical ...more>>

  10. Project Muse - Johns Hopkins University Press
    Worldwide networked subscription access to the full text of the Johns Hopkins University Press's 40+ scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics. Search for Mathematics, or browse the American Journal of Mathematics. ...more>>

  11. Project NExT: New Experiences in Teaching - MAA, Exxon
    Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) is a program for new or recent Ph.D.s in the mathematical sciences who are interested in improving the teaching and learning of undergraduate mathematics. See, in particular, Classroom Materials: Writing Intensive ...more>>

  12. Project Poison Applet - Computer Science Dept., Trinity College Dublin
    A site created by first-year computer science students as a Java programming project. Each of 12 topics (Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry; Calculus; Matrices; Sequences & Series; Complex Numbers; Vectors; Probability; Groups; Further Calculus; Further ...more>>

  13. Project Search: Math - Buck Institute for Education
    Dozens of studies and summaries of research on project based learning (PBL) in math. The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is creates and disseminates products, practices and knowledge for effective PBL. ...more>>

  14. The Projects of R. W. Gray - Robert W. Gray
    Geometric coffee tables, an introduction to polyhedra and the jitterbug (a dynamic polyhedron) that draws on the golden ratio, a collection of notes with respect to R. Buckminster Fuller's work, photos of a dome frame Gray built with students at Oswego ...more>>

  15. Project Welcome (Web Educator's Library Collection of Mathematical Explorations) - MAA (Mathematical Association of America)
    Interactive mathematical programs in a newly developed, Java-based interface. Download online or offline versions of the player. Twenty lessons, with summaries, include "Best Linear Fit," "Limits of Functions," "Piecewise Functions," "Nonlinear Equations," ...more>>

  16. Projet Folium
    Folium est un ensemble organisé d'articles sur les mathématiques, du cours aux biographies de mathématiciens célèbres, en passant par les exos les plus classiques et les théorèmes les plus puissants. Articles ...more>>

  17. Projet PRISME - INRIA, Sophia Antipolis
    Les activités du projet PRISME sont centrées sur la géométrie algorithmique et ses applications, et sur les aspects géométriques de la robotique. Les études sont motivées par les nombreux domaines ...more>>

  18. Promoting Engagement and Supporting Leadership Development:
    Online Teacher Professional Development at the Math Forum - Wesley Shumar, Jason Silverman, & Troy P. Regis, Drexel University

    PDF-format article. Abstract: Teacher professional development (TPD) in its current state is typically episodic, fragmented, and often not rewarding over the long haul. There is need for a more substantial and extensive core set of TPD experiences that ...more>>

  19. Pronunciation Guide to Mathematicians - Gary S. Stoudt, Mathematics Dept., Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania
    Pronunciations of the names of mathematicians frequently encountered by undergraduate students, with links to information about them in the MacTutor History of Mathematics archives. Note on Pronunciation: Not all of the phonetic pronunciation symbols ...more>>

  20. Proof - Mariotti, Maria-Alessandra; and Pedemonte, Bettina, editors
    Archives of the quarterly "international newsletter on the teaching and learning of mathematical proof." Articles have included "The effect of using Transparent Pseudo-Proofs in Linear Algebra," "Beliefs and beyond: hows and whys in the teaching of proof," ...more>>

  21. A Proof of the Full Shimura-Taniyama-Weil Conjecture - Henri Darmon
    Download an article in PDF-format on the completion of the proof by Wiles, Breuil, Conrad, Diamond and Taylor. ...more>>

  22. A Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem by Liu Hui (third century A.D.) - Donald B. Wagner
    Web version of an article which appeared in Historia mathematica, 1985, 12, pp. 71-3. Includes Chinese characters, which were not in the published version. Some statements here are no longer up to date, but the article has not been significantly modified. ...more>>

  23. A Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem - Isaac Reed
    One of the most famous theorems in mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem has many proofs. Presented here is one that relies on Euclidean algebraic geometry and is thus beautifully simple. ...more>>

  24. Proofs in Mathematics - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A discussion of the value of proofs in the classroom, followed by a collection of proofs classified as either simple or charming. Simple proofs: Number of vowels in a Lewis Carroll game; Pigeonhole Principle; Number of X's and O's; Coloring points in ...more>>

  25. Proofs Without Words - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    Martin Gardner wrote, "There is no more effective aid in understanding certain algebraic identities than a good diagram. One should, of course, know how to manipulate algebraic symbols to obtain proofs, but in many cases a dull proof can be supplemented ...more>>

  26. Proof Techniques (Analysis Webnotes) - John Lindsay Orr; Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
    Techniques of writing proofs for: Showing two sets are equal; Showing a set is closed; How to show a sequence converges; and How to use a convergent sequence (to prove other things). ...more>>

  27. A Proof that e is Irrational - Isaac Reed
    A proof by contradiction that relies on the expression of e as a power series. ...more>>

  28. A Proof That e is Transcendental - Travis Kidd
    A proof by contradiction, adapted from Klein, Famous Problems (New York: Chelsea Publishing Company, 1962). ...more>>

  29. Proof: The Sum of Prime Twins is Divisible by 12 - Mathematics Dept., College of Marin
    Prime twins are prime numbers that are two numbers apart. For example 41 and 43 are prime twins. Can you PROVE that the sum of prime twins is divisible by 12? (This proof doesn't work for the prime twins 3 and 5.) ...more>>

  30. ProofWiki - Matt Westwood
    ProofWiki is an online compendium of mathematical proofs. Those interested in adding to the work are urged to create an account and contribute. ...more>>

  31. Properties of Dice - Klaus Mogensen
    An essay on Proper Dice (illustrated) and Dice Roll Probabilities. ...more>>

  32. Prophet of Chaos - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    "'...it may happen that small differences in the initial conditions produce very great ones in the final phenomena. A small error in the former will produce an enormous error in the latter. Prediction becomes impossible, and we have the fortuitous phenomenon.' ...more>>

  33. À propos d'Alexandre Grothendieck - Eric Dumas
    Une entrevue avec Jean Giraud, avec des références. ...more>>

  34. Proudnerd.com - Heather Sable
    "For the self-assured nerd": humorous t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, women's t-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, boxer shorts, hats and caps, bags and backpacks, mugs and cups, mousepads, apparel for kids, babies, and toddlers, and more. Solve ...more>>

  35. The ProvenMath Project - Michal Ryszard Wojcik and Michal Stanislaw Wojcik
    Proofs of the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, the theorem about integration by change of variables for real-valued functions of n-variables, a derivation of Zorn's Lemma, and others. The site renders axioms and derives proofs using only ASCII characters. ...more>>

  36. PR Probability Theory (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) - Univ. of California, Davis
    Probability Theory preprints, from the 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. Search by keyword or browse by topic. ...more>>

  37. Pseudo-Differential Operators - Mark S. Joshi; Cambridge University, UK
    Lecture notes in postscript, PDF, and dvi formats covering a first year graduate course on pseudo-differential operators. The calculus on manifolds is developed and applied to prove propagation of singularities and the Hodge decomposition theorem. Problems ...more>>

  38. P.T. Chang
    Articles by this math professor from the University of Alaska Anchorage's Mat-Su College include "The Ostentatious World of Algebra," "In-Service Training for the Math Teacher of the 21st Century," and "Retesting in a College Remedial Mathematics Course." ...more>>

  39. PTC: Product Lifecycle Management Software - Parametric Technology Corporation
    PTC acquired MathSoft, developer of Mathcad and other software for math, science and engineering for business, research, academic and government markets. They also market Pro/ENGINEER, Windchill, Arbortext, ProductView, CoCreate, and InSight. ...more>>

  40. Publications and Research Tools (AMS) - American Mathematical Society
    The AMS research and publishing services include MathSciNet and the AMS Electronic Journals. Research tools for mathematicians include Mathematical Reviews Author Lookup, Institution Codes and Addresses, Serials Abbreviations; the AMS Preprint Server, ...more>>

  41. Publications - Douglas N. Arnold; Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
    Most of Arnold's papers written since the late 1980s are available in PostScript, TeX DVI or plaintext file format. The Ph.D. theses of students he has supervised are also online. Primary research interests center around numerical analysis, with an emphasis ...more>>

  42. Publications - J. F. Jardine; Mathematics Dept., Univ. of Western Ontario, Canada
    On this page there are: a link to a full list of publications; a book subdirectory (Simplicial Homotopy Theory, by P. G. Goerss and J. F. Jardine); and abstracts of papers: A^1-local symmetric spectra; Presheaves of symmetric spectra; A rigidity theorem ...more>>

  43. Public Understanding of Mathematics - Key Issues in Mathematics at the Math Forum
    Links to organizations and articles that explore perceptions and assumptions non-mathematicians hold about mathematics and mathematicians. ...more>>

  44. Publishing and Journals - Dept. of Statistics, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
    Journals and book series edited by UCLA Statistics faculty, and/or distributed by UCLA Statistical Consulting. Journals: Evaluation Review; Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics; Journal of Multivariate Analysis; Journal of Statistical Software. ...more>>

  45. Pulchritudinous Primes
    Visualizing the distribution of prime numbers: graphical investigations in 2D, 3D, Prime Island, The Ulam Spiral Phenomenon, Triangle Numbers on the Ulam Spiral. With an introduction, Why Primes? ...more>>

  46. Punctured Polyhedra - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    A tetrahedron has four triangular faces, four vertices, and six edges. When a vertex of one tetrahedron pierces the face of a second tetrahedron it forms a new, more complicated polyhedron: one triangular face has a triangular "hole" where the face was ...more>>

  47. Putnam Competition - Patrick J. Fitzsimmons
    Postscript, Adobe Acrobat, and dvi downloads of problem sets from the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition dating back to 1980. With links to solutions hosted by others, and information on participation. ...more>>

  48. Putnam Exams - Dave Rusin
    Solution sets and comments compiled from postings on the sci.math newsgroup. Online resources and citations for exams dating back to 1987. ...more>>

  49. PuzzleBeast - James W. Stephens
    A collection of computer-generated puzzles, some illustrated with Java applets, some with solutions included: The Fried Okra Perplexity, A Dozen Irritating Sliding Block Puzzles, The Bulbous Blob Puzzle, Meandering Monk Maze, The Kung Fu Packing Crate ...more>>

  50. Puzzle Fun - Rodolfo Kurchan
    An online newsletter edited by Rodolfo Kurchan (Buenos Aires - Argentina) about polyominoes and other puzzles. Back issues are on the Web. ...more>>


 
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