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  1. The Pi Pages - Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM)
    "Pi is one of the few concepts in mathematics whose mention evokes a response of recognition and interest in those not concerned professionally with the subject. It has been a part of human culture and the educated imagination for more than twenty five ...more>>

  2. Pi-Search
    Search the first four billion binary digits of Pi for a string. Enter the string in hex (4 bit) or character (5 bit) format. Includes some statistics (probability of occurrence of characters, digits). Related links include articles and papers. ...more>>

  3. The Pi-Search Page - Dave Andersen
    Search the first 50 million digits of pi for any numeric string up to 120 digits. The page also documents a few observations about pi's numeric strings, including self-locating strings, palindromes, and month-day combinations. ...more>>

  4. Pi Squared over Six - Clive Tooth
    "This value, (pi^2)/6, seems to crop up quite often in mathematics. I think that most of these occurrences can be traced back to the fact that it is the sum of the reciprocals of the squares of the positive integers...." See the first 500 decimal places ...more>>

  5. Pi Symphony - Lars Erickson
    Lars Erickson composed the Pi Symphony in the early 1990's. The themes and melodies of this 14 minute orchestral piece are directly based on pi's first 32 digits, with countermelodies developed from the number e. Listen to samples of Erickson's musical ...more>>

  6. Pitfalls of Data Analysis - Clay Helberg
    Subtitled "... or How to Avoid Lies and Damned Lies," this paper discusses what people "often overlook in their data analysis, and ways people sometimes 'bend the rules' of statistics to support their viewpoint." Tips to ensure the clarity and accuracy ...more>>

  7. Pi Through the Ages - MacTutor Math History Archives
    A history of pi: the Rhind papyrus (Egypt), Ptolemy, Tsu Ch'ung Chi, al'Khwarizmi, Al'Kashi, Viet, Romanus, Van Ceulen, Gregory, Shanks, Lambert, Euler, Buffon, and many more, with other Web sites and 30 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  8. The Pi Trivia Game - Eve A. Andersson
    Test your knowledge of history, mathematics, and even a little physics. Here are 25 (given to you 5 at a time) pi-related questions, picked randomly from a pi question database. Also at http://cid.com/~eveander/trivia/. ...more>>

  9. pLab: Random Number Generation - Peter Hellekalek; Mathematics Dept., University of Salzburg
    Results and links on this fundamental topic in stochastic simulation. RNGs are deterministic algorithms that produce numbers with certain distribution properties. Roughly speaking, these numbers should behave similar to realizations of independent, identically ...more>>

  10. Planar Geometry (The Geometry Junkyard) - David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
    An extensive annotated list of links to material on planar geometry. ...more>>

  11. Planarity Flash Game - John Tantalo
    Arrange the vertices such that no edges overlap. Solve graphs of increasing difficulty, accumulating points based on the number of moves and the time it took to make them. ...more>>

  12. Plane Geometry by Shalosh B. Ekhad, XIV - Doron Zeilberger
    A textbook entirely written in Maple, "by" Shalosh B. Ekhad, XIV (ca. 2050), "downloaded from the future" by Doron Zeilberger. Code provided, with illustrations and instructions. ...more>>

  13. Plane Geometry Web Pages - David Jaffe
    Materials from a geometry course originally taught to future middle and high school teachers. Using definitions, theorems, proofs, and examples, the site introduces mappings; isometries and similarities; angles and trigonometry; congruence and similarity; ...more>>

  14. Plane Graphic Calculator - J. E. Lillge
    A Java calculator that can plot graphs of mathematical functions. Intended primarily as an educational aid to understanding the geometric interpretation of mathematical functions, it also supports complex numbers, vectors, and parametrically defined functions. ...more>>

  15. Plane Patterns - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Exploring the link between mathematical symmetry and artistic effort. One- and two-dimensional repeating patterns appear ubiquitously on surfaces, from quilts and colored fabrics to pottery and ceramic tiles... Analyzing the symmetries that underlie such ...more>>

  16. Planes of Budapest - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Nearly every Sunday during the winter of 1933 in Budapest, a small group of students would meet somewhere in the city at a park or cafe to discuss mathematics. The gathering typically included Paul Erdös (1913-1996), György (George) Szekeres, ...more>>

  17. Planet Math
    Designed to be a central repository for mathematical knowledge on the web, with a pedagogical slant. All content is user-contributed, either to the Encyclopedia or to the reviewed listings of papers, books, and lecture notes. Polls, discussions, and feedback ...more>>

  18. PlanetMath.Org Article Browser - martin.czygan
    All articles from PlanetMath.org ordered by pagerank--an attempt to sort math topics by importance (according to the pagerank algorithm). Incoming and outgoing links for an article are shown in an unobtrusive user interface. ...more>>

  19. Planetqhe (Probabilistic Learning Activities Network) - David Kay Harris
    Out-of-the-ordinary probability problems. The site focuses on using methods of probability to solve counter-intuitive problems and deepen students' understanding and competence in the domain. Sections include: a brief history and rationale of the site; ...more>>

  20. The Planimeter - Paul Kunkel
    The planimeter is a drafting instrument used to measure the area of a graphically represented planar region. The region being measured may have any irregular shape, making this instrument remarkably versatile. ...more>>

  21. plantri and fullgen - Gunnar Brinkmann, University of Bielefeld, and Brendan McKay, Australian National University.
    Programs for generating certain types of planar graph. Graphs are generated in such a way that exactly one member of each isomorphism class is output without the need for storing them. The speed of generation is more than 100,000 graphs per second in ...more>>

  22. Plato: Acceptance of Astronomy as a Science - Michael Tirabassi
    Translations from Plato's Dialogues (Loeb edition): The Myth of Er (a multihemispere model of the sky - Republic, X, 616B-617). The True Astronomer Must be the Wisest of Men (Epinomis 990a); Pursue Astronomy as you Would Geometry (Republic 530b); Realise ...more>>

  23. The Platonic Solids and Polyhedra - Paul Flavin
    The 5 Platonic Solids and one odd-ball polyhedron (a soccer ball). The kinship among the polyhedra is reflected in a 'family photo'. The polyhedra are laid out in a triangular pattern, with the tetrahedron alone in its row, joined with the other Platonic ...more>>

  24. Platonic Solids - Paul Bourke
    Definitions, formulas, and illustrations of the three-dimensional regular polyhedra: tetrahedron, octahedron, hexahedron (cube), icosahedron, dodecahedron, including the solids as drawn in Kepler's Mysterium Cosmographicum, and as represented in stone ...more>>

  25. Platonic Spheres (Dr. Neubert's Website) - Karl-Dietrich Neubert
    A systematic approach to generating the Platonic bodies, using Java applets. A major aspect is the inclusion of Descartes' concept of angular deficit as a measure of curvature. An extension of Platonic bodies to Platonic spheres. ...more>>

  26. Plato's Molecule - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    In his dialogue Timaeus, the Greek philosopher Plato (427-347 B.C.) carefully laid out his reasoning for ascribing certain geometric shapes to the minuscule particles that constituted the four elements of matter. In his view, these elements - fire, air, ...more>>

  27. A Playground of Thoughts - Takasugi Shinji
    Takasugi's "Number Systems of the World" lists dozens of languages; how to count from zero to one hundred in each; and the mathematical meaning of the expressions for each numeral. For example, the French say "93" with quatre-vingt-treize, which means ...more>>

  28. Playing with Ruth-Aaron Pairs - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    On April 8, 1974, Henry (Hank) Aaron hit his 715th major league home run, surpassing the previous mark of 714 career home runs long held by baseball great Babe Ruth. Understandably, the event received considerable coverage in newspapers and magazines ...more>>

  29. Plexagon - Pleated Hexagon - Paul Bourke, Ron Evans
    Plexagon is a new modular geometry based on the radial pleating of polygonal plates, and their joining or co-bracing into 3D modules. This engineering approach can form a very practical basis for modular greenhouses (using recycled plastic sheeting) and ...more>>

  30. Plot a Graph - Vladimir Sorokin; University of Kentucky
    An applet that allows you to enter and plot functions of one variable. Enter an expression with a variable x to be plotted, the number of points to calculate, and the range of your variable in the corresponding textfields below the plotting area, and ...more>>

  31. Plotting Functions of a Complex Variable - George Abdo, Paul Godfrey
    Graphs of functions of a complex variable, compared with graphs of functions of a real variable (the Introduction includes a review). Includes Conformal Maps requiring Möbius and Schwartz-Christoffel Transformations. Full color images show conformal ...more>>

  32. Plouffe's Inverter - Simon Plouffe
    A database of more than 84,800,000 mathematical constants like Pi, Sqrt(2), Catalan and Euler's gamma. Enter a number, search or browse, and the programs will find what the number is made of. From the author of the Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (with ...more>>

  33. Plouffe's Inverter: Table of current records for the computation of constants
    Classical constants: Pi, 1/Pi, E, Catalan, Zeta(3), Euler's gamma, log(2), Golden Ratio, Square root of 2, N'th binary digit computations, other interesting computations (Bernoulli numbers, Zeros of Riemann's Zeta Function, Madelung Constant, Khintchine ...more>>

  34. Plusepsilon.de - Marc Palm
    Question-and-answer German language platform for undergraduate and graduate math students. Browse or search questions by users, by tags of math topics, and other options. Not intended as a discussion platform, Plusεpsilon rewards participation ...more>>

  35. Plus Magazine - Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge
    Plus (formerly PASS-Maths) is a triannual online magazine for older pupils and the general public. It publishes articles explaining the diverse applications of mathematics used in solving problems in physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and economics. ...more>>

  36. PM Zone Science Search - Popular Mechanics
    Enter words describing a concept or keywords you wish to find information about to conduct a keyword search of the science/technology magazine Popular Mechanics. For topics other than science, see the PM Search Page. ...more>>

  37. PNA: Revista de Investigación en Didáctica de la Matemática
    PNA is a peer-review open access research journal published by the Spanish research group "Mathematics Education. Numerical Thinking" of the Andalusian Plan of Research. This journal includes papers in English and Spanish related to the teaching and learning ...more>>

  38. Podcast Directory: Math - Podseek
    Podcasts of various math instruction and tutorials. Log in to rate or review the links. ...more>>

  39. Poem about the Riemann Zeta Function - Tom Apostol
    A poem about the zeta function and the Riemann hypothesis, linked to explanations of the important concepts by Chris Hughes. ...more>>

  40. Poe's Secret - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Writer Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is famous for his short stories of the mysterious and the macabre. His popular tale "The Gold-Bug," published in 1843, is often cited as one of the best works of fiction that turn upon a secret message. Poe had a longstanding ...more>>

  41. Poincaré Notes - Dave Wilson
    "A massively disorganised collection of macros and figures for the Poincaré Disk model of hyperbolic geometry." A page describing some Cabri macros relating to hyperbolic Geometry in the Poincare disc model. ...more>>

  42. Point Plots and Space Curves - Theo Gray
    Download a Mathematica notebook that defines the functions PointParamPlot3D, SpaceCurve, and PointSpaceCurve. These functions let you make discrete point plots in two and three dimensions. The SpaceCurve and PointSpaceCurve functions let you make three-dimensional ...more>>

  43. Poisson Pit: Poisson Probability Calculator - Chuck Anesi
    Variously called the Poisson Distribution, Poisson Law of Large Numbers, or Poisson Distribution for Rare Events, the probability function for this discrete distribution of one parameter is given on this site. The Poisson distribution is usually employed ...more>>

  44. Poles and Zeros of a Causal LTI System - Manfred Thole
    A Java applet that shows the domain of a system whose transfer function has two poles and two zeros. Poles and zeros can be dragged with the mouse. The amplitude response and the phase response are shown along the side. Plot: |H(s)| may take a while. ...more>>

  45. Poliplus Software
    Educational computer algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus software for Windows and Macintosh, and Java. Formulae 1 (F1) is a computer algebra system designed for the teaching and exploration of Mathematics. EqnViewer is a Java applet that allows ...more>>

  46. Polish Mathematical Society, Cracow Division
    Council, Committees, Delegates, report of Plenary Meeting; Contact details. ...more>>

  47. POLYA: Cooperative Solutions of Difficult Problems in Elementary Mathematics - Paul Yiu and Xiaodong Zhang, Moderators; Department of Mathematical Sciences, Florida Atlantic University
    An archived discussion group for the cooperative solution of difficult problems in elementary mathematics through calculus, "preferably non-technical in nature." ...more>>

  48. Poly and Poly Pro - Pedagoguery Software
    Mac and Windows shareware programs for exploring and constructing paper models of polyhedra. With Poly, you can manipulate a polyhedral solid on the computer and print out a flattened version (a net) which can then be cut out, folded, and taped, to produce ...more>>

  49. Polygon Boolean operations on sets of polygons - Klaas Holwerda
    Boolean: GDSII viewer/editor + (boolean) operations on sets of 2d polygons. Operations; Introduction; screenshots; C ++ source, executables and documentation for download; Acknowledgments, Feedback, mailing list; documentation (algorithm); documentation ...more>>

  50. PolygonFlux - John Miller
    An iPad app for exploring the path taken by a point bouncing around inside a regular polygon of 3 to 14 sides. Set the initial angle and starting location, the number of bounces, and the number of sides for the polygon; collect an album of resulting "fluxagons" ...more>>


 
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