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  1. Pentomino - K.S.O. Glorieux Ronse, Belgium
    An introduction to polyominoes, with a site-wide focus on pentominoes. The site features puzzles and contests, as well as galleries of pentomino constructions and problems, such as how to form letters of the alphabet and silhouettes of zoo animals. Available ...more>>

  2. Pentomino Relationships - Adrian Smith
    The site describes how pentominoes (twelve pieces of wood, each a different shape and each made of five cubes) fit together into rectangles or cuboids, as well as the subsequent challenge of finding as many other solutions as possible from the one just ...more>>

  3. Percent - David Giordano
    For Win95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP, or for Pocket PC/Windows CE: calculate the percentage of any number out of any number. Free trial download; shareware program. ...more>>

  4. Perfect, Amicable and Sociable Numbers - David Moews
    Definitions, descriptions, and discussions of perfect, amicable, and sociable numbers; aliquot sequences, related problems, and other definitions of divisibility, with a short bibliography. ...more>>

  5. A Perfect Collaboration - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Euclid and Euler seem an unlikely pairing. One was the most prominent mathematician of antiquity, best known for his treatise on geometry, the Elements. The other was the most prolific mathematician in history, the man whom his 18-century contemporaries ...more>>

  6. Perfection - Greg Lobanov
    This mobile game for iPhone and Android handheld devices presents convex and concave polygonal shapes for players to cut into the outlines indicated. Available directly from the iTunes app store and Google Play. ...more>>

  7. Perfect Numbers - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay describing the work on perfect numbers from Pythagoras through Euclid, Nicomachus, the Arabs, Cataldi, Descartes, Mersenne, Fermat, Euler, Barlow, Catalan, Cole, and others; with other web sites and 20 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  8. Perfect Numbers - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    What is a perfect number? How many are there? How can you calculate a perfect number from a Mersenne prime? ...more>>

  9. Perimeter Efficiency - William Blackwell
    Perimeter Efficiency, also known as Isoperimetric Inequalities, compares the actual perimeter of a shape with the circumference of the circle that would be required to enclose the same area. Since a circle will enclose any given area with the least amount ...more>>

  10. Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
    An independent, non-profit, scientific research organization working to advance our understanding of physical laws and develop new ideas about the essence of space, time, matter, and information. Located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Perimeter also provides ...more>>

  11. Periodic Points of Quadratic Polynomials - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    The main purpose of the Mandelbrot set is to index Julia sets corresponding to various values of the parameter c... iterations inside M evolve differently depending on the value of c. (You may explore some iterations via the applet supplied.) An interactive ...more>>

  12. Permadi.com - F. Permadi
    Java and Flash applets: logic games, drawing and pattern-making programs, Conway's Life, and more arcade-style offerings. Also includes tutorials in using Flash and a graphics gallery. ...more>>

  13. Permutations and Combinations - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    How to calculate all possible groupings of objects where order does - or doesn't - matter. ...more>>

  14. The perplexing mathematics of presidential elections - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    It's not the idea of one person one vote that's the problem, it's that math that is used to turn those votes into a final decision. Ideally, that math should reflect the wishes of the electorate. But does it? The answer usually comes as a surprise to ...more>>

  15. Perplexus - flooble
    A large archive of mathematically inclined puzzles and problems displayed by category. Includes logic, number theory, geometry, probability and other problems. All are rated by difficulty and quality and discussed in depth by visitors. Most with solutions. ...more>>

  16. Personal Algebra Tutor (PAT) - CyberEd, Inc.
    An algebra problem solving program for high school and college algebra. Students can enter a wide variety of algebra problems and PAT will solve them step-by-step, with detailed explanations. PAT solves, simplifies, graphs, etc. Solutions with side-by-side ...more>>

  17. Personalized Programming Service Inc.
    Educational software for teachers and students. Topical software in Math, English, Social Studies, and Science, as well as Quizmaker and Testmaker programs. Download demos and upgrades, browse the products, or order on site. ...more>>

  18. Personal Tutor - Memory Banks Pty. Ltd., Australia
    Maths and science software designed to complement the secondary school math syllabus. A comprehensive learning system usually used by students and schools as a supplement and aid to coursework, but thorough enough that it can be used by individuals without ...more>>

  19. Perspective Drawing - Jan Garner
    An examination of geometry in art: exercises in drawing, pictures and paintings in perspective on the Web (Albrecht Dürer, the Ancient City of Athens exhibit). ...more>>

  20. Perspective Images - H. B. Meyer
    The computation of image points of perspective images by the use of similar triangles ("numerical perspective") is shown. By inversion of the corresponding mapping equations the determination of proportions of various distances in the real scene becomes ...more>>

  21. Perspective Study - Hop David
    David suggests a mapping from half of 3-D space onto a plane, feeling that traditional perspective drawings are similar to the image projected by a pinhole camera. Perspective illustrations of arches, looking up or down at a skyscraper, peripheral vision, ...more>>

  22. Peter Ash's Thoughts on Math and Education - Peter Ash
    Musings on doing and teaching mathematics, book reviews, and math problems both elementary and advanced from the creator of Cambridge Math Learning. Blog posts, which date back to August of 2007, include "Very Proper Fractions"; "Physical Models for Non-Euclidean ...more>>

  23. Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet - Australian Mathematics Trust
    A biography of the mathematician that discusses his theorem, introduction of the function notation y = f(x), boundary problems, minimization principle, and the Pigeonhole Principle. ...more>>

  24. Peter J. Lu - Department of Physics, Harvard University
    Lu's mathematical and historical research has revealed new insights in medieval Islamic quasicrystalline tilings and the earliest machines, such as the one he suggests precisely interconverted the linear and rotational motion responsible for the distinctive ...more>>

  25. peterlu.org - Peter Lu
    Publications and research into medieval Islamic geometry (e.g., decagonal and quasicrystalline tilings in its architecture), soft-matter and colloid physics, high-performance imaging, ancient Chinese technology (e.g., first use of diamond, early precision ...more>>

  26. Peterson's Education Center
    A leading provider of information on U.S.-accredited educational institutions in the U.S. and abroad. Topics include: Summer Programs for Kids and Teens; Public Schools K-12; Private Day and Boarding Schools; Vocational-Technical Schools; Undergraduate ...more>>

  27. Peter Winton's Radical Home Page
    Math topics include puzzles, a gallery of fractals, and Visual Basic programs to download (count the grains of rice on a chessboard, or graph different curves). ...more>>

  28. Petits Textes sur l'éducation - Laurent Lafforgue
    Essais écrit par le laureat de la medaille Fields 2002, incluent "De l'école et de ce qui fonde la valeur de la culture et du savoir" et "De la culture générale des futurs instituteurs et professeurs" et "Les mathématiques ...more>>

  29. Página Web de Fibonacci, Humor, Matemáticas - José Mari López Goitia
    Página personal, con secciones para humor y matemática, información sobre HTML, manual de C, buscadores de todo el mundo, y más. ...more>>

  30. PhD! ... plus epsilon - Adriana Salerno
    Having earned her math doctorate in 2009, Salerno writes "about some of the challenges I've encountered while teaching, attempting to do research, and the lesser known aspect of 'service'" on institutional committees. In addition to blogging about "publish ...more>>

  31. The 'Phi-Nest' - Gary Meisner
    This source for the golden section, golden mean, divine proportion, Fibonacci Series, and phi discusses phi "for neo'phi'tes"; credit cards; energy; geometry; history; life; the human hand; the human face; the human body; human beauty; development; the ...more>>

  32. Phi's Fascinating Figures - Ron Knott
    More properties of the number Phi, its multiples and powers, continued fractions, formulae, and numerical relations between Phi and its powers. ...more>>

  33. Phi: That Golden Number - Mark Freitag, Univ. of Georgia
    Phi can be found in many geometric shapes as an approximation of the Golden Ratio. A geometric figure commonly associated with Phi is the Golden Rectangle, which has sides A and B that are in proportion to the Golden Ratio. It has been said that the Golden ...more>>

  34. Photographic Polyhedron (Geometry and the Imagination) - Conway, Doyle, Gilman, Thurston; The Geometry Center
    As you stand in one place and look around, up, and down, there is a sphere's worth of directions you can look. One way to record what you see would be to construct a big sphere, with the image painted on the inside surface. To see the world as viewed ...more>>

  35. PhotoMath - microblink
    "Smart camera calculator" apps that use a cell phone's built-in camera to read mathematical expressions in real time, then output step-by-step solutions. ...more>>

  36. Photos by Paul Halmos - Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
    Snapshots taken by Paul R. Halmos of notable contemporaries, academics, and other intellectuals of the 20th century. Search or browse the tagged collection of pictures, each of which includes a brief note about the subjects photographed in Halmos' own ...more>>

  37. Phyllotaxis - Pau Atela, Chris Golé; Smith College
    An interactive site for the mathematical study of plant pattern formation. Sections of the site include: Introduction to Phyllotaxis (classification, Fibonacci/golden angle, microscope, mathematical model, and lattices); history; glossary; references; ...more>>

  38. The Physics Classroom - Tom Henderson, hosted by StudyWorks! Online
    A physics tutorial for high school students, including explanations, animations, quizzes, and practice problems. ...more>>

  39. Physics Forums
    Discussions emphasize physics, but "PF" also includes an entire directory on mathematics: General Math; Calculus & Analysis; Differential Equations; Linear & Abstract Algebra; Topology & Geometry; Set Theory, Logic, Probability, and Statistics; ...more>>

  40. Physics (MathPages) - Kevin Brown
    More than 60 "informal notes" by Kevin Brown on mathematical physics: Doppler for sound and light, optical rays in heterogeneous media, radial orbitgs in Schwarzschild geometry, the formation and growth of black holes, can Schrodinger's cat factor numbers?, ...more>>

  41. The Physics of Baseball - Alan Nathan
    Read about the benefits (or not) of corked bats, the differences between aluminum and wood bats, the issues involved with characterizing the performance of bats from a physics point of view, and a description of the collision between a wooden bat and ...more>>

  42. Physics Simulation in Java - Erik Neumann
    Physics simulations, including springs and masses (various configurations), pendulums (single, double, chaotic), and roller coasters. You can move objects or change parameters like gravity, friction, etc. ...more>>

  43. Physics ToolChest: Vector Algebra Tools - ToolChest Software, Inc.
    Multimedia educational software in physics and mathematics. Advanced calculators and study aids for high school and college students. ...more>>

  44. Pi = 3.14159... - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    What is Pi? Who first used Pi? How do you find it? How many digits is it? ...more>>

  45. Pi Across America - University of Phoenix
    Join the "Pi Pilot" for a "journey to one of humankind's most intriguing and celebrated numbers." Activities include "The Great Chain of Pi," "Taking Pi to Court," "Your Place in Pi," "Freehand Circle Drawing Competition," "Pi Party," and "Pi Bee." Scenario ...more>>

  46. Pi and Square Roots - Don Cohen (The Mathman)
    Kohler (a 5th-grader) follows Archimedes. A graph and a program for iterating the square root of 10. Sample problems with some answers from Chapter 10 of Don Cohen's worksheet book. ...more>>

  47. Pi and the Fibonacci Numbers - Ron Knott
    Contents: How Pi is calculated (Measuring the steepness of a hill; The tangent of an angle; The arctan function; Gregory's Formula for arctan(t); Radian measure; Gregory's series and pi; Using Gregory's Series to calculate pi; Machin's Formula; Another ...more>>

  48. Pi Approximation Day Greeting Cards - 123Greetings
    123Greetings - Send Free Electronic Greeting Cards to Friends and Families all over the World. There are no images available for Pi Approximation Day, but backgrounds and a variety of slogans are available, and you can write your own. ...more>>

  49. Pi: A Source Book - J. Borwein, Springer-Verlag
    A complete history of pi, with resources for teachers for anything from special topic courses to individual talks and special student projects. The literature on pi included in this source book falls into three classes: a selection of the mathematical ...more>>

  50. Pick a Digit, Any Digit - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    One of the most amazing mathematical results of the last few years was the discovery of a surprisingly simple formula for computing digits of the number pi. Unlike previously known methods, this one allows you to calculate isolated digits - without computing ...more>>

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