 Mathematics  David Madore
Before organizing cryptography conferences for the École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Madore studied at France's École Normale Supérieure (ENS). See, in particular, his Javascript hyperbolic maze,
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 Mathematics Education Digests  ERIC Clearinghouse for Mathematics, Science, and Environmental Education (CSMEE)
ERIC/CSMEE's list of Digests.
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 Mathematics Education  Math Forum
Links to math education Web resources compiled in the following categories: New Directions and Issues in Pedagogy: Adult Numeracy, Assessment, Block Scheduling, Calculus Reform, Collaborative Learning, CollegeLevel Standards and Guidelines, Constructivism,
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 Mathematics Education  Peabody College of Education, Department of Teaching & Learning, Vanderbilt University
Read about research projects such as Computer MiniTools for Exploratory Data Analysis; Issues in Diversity and Equity: A Synthesis of Literature Relevant to Mathematics Classrooms which Emphasize Understanding; Developing and Sustaining TechnologyIntensive
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 Mathematics Education Reform  Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
Many efforts to address the problems of mathematics education are being undertaken; this page offers some highlights: articles and documents, sessions at conferences, Standards, discussions, and controversies.
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 Mathematics for Physicists and Electrical Engineers  Ronald B. Standler
Why is mathematics important to engineers? And what in mathematics is most important? Three Key Reasons; Specific Comments on Mathematics Courses; Fundamental Topics and Goals. An editorial from The Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics and Its Applications,
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 Mathematics in Babylonia  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Babylonian mathematics (the Plimpton 322 tablet), with a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in China  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
A brief outline of the history of Chinese mathematics, with a Chronology of Mathematicians and Mathematical Works; Online References; and a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in Egypt  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Egyptian mathematics (see also Alexandria), with a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in Egyptian Papyri  MacTutor Math History Archives
A detailed look at the mathematics contained in the major Egyptian papyri: the Rhind papyrus and the Moscow papyrus. With references and other related web sites.
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 Mathematics in Greece  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Greek mathematics, with maps, cities, a list of mathematicians, links to sources, and a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics  John Savard
A collection of essays and illustrations: pentagonal tilings, infinity (Cantor's theory of transfinite numbers), rotations of the dodecahedron, Archimedean solids, the fourth dimension (regular polytopes), Gödel's proof and the halting problem, and
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 Mathematics Journals (AMS)  American Mathematical Society
A list of mathematics journals with articles on the Web and a list of Web sites for printed journals, with tables of contents of issues, abstracts of papers, actual papers, information about submissions and subscriptions, etc. See also the Annual Listing
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 Mathematics Meetings Feature Proof of Dodecahedral Conjecture by Undergraduate Sean McLaughlin (Math Chat)  Frank Morgan, MAA Online
The Dodecahedral Conjecture says a very symmetric conjectured arrangement, based on the regular 12faced dodecahedron, it is the optimal arrangement locally to pack unit balls around one fixed ball. This conjecture has now been proved, by Hales's undergraduate
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 Mathematics  Nancy McGough, Infinite Ink
Infinite Ink's primary mathematical interest is foundations of mathematics, including standard and nonstandard logics, set theories, and other mathematical frameworks. This page contains links to other Web resources and information on Infinity, Set Theory,
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 The Mathematics of Falling Bombs  Harold Brochmann
Equations used to calculate trajectories of projectiles that take into account air resistance are described, with Pascal code for doing your own calculations.
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 The Mathematics of Fermat's Last Theorem  Charles Daney
A paper describing the math behind the proof, with links at each stage to related resources and suggestions for some recent books that provide more background. If you have read about number theory you know that Fermat's Last Theorem has been one of the
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 The Mathematics of Polyominoes  Kevin Gong
Enumerations of 2 and 3dimensional polyominoes, with lists of 2dimensional polyominoes of each size up to 24 and of 3dimensional polyominoes of each size up to 12. Also see Gong's 1991 paper, Applying Parallel Programming to the Polyomino Problem.
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 The Mathematics of the Chinese Calendar  Helmer Aslaksen
A page that explains the mathematical rules for the Chinese calendar and includes a Paper on the Mathematics of the Chinese Calendar (in PDF format).
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 Mathematics of the Incas  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay on the mathematics of the Incas, a civilization that developed a method of recording numerical information that did not require writing, involving knots in strings called quipu. With references and other related web sites.
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 The Mathematics of Tsunamis  Eric W. Weisstein and Michael Trott
Weisstein and Trott write, "The recent tragic events following the December 2004 magnitude 9.0 earthquake in the Indian Ocean have reminded us of the need for scientific understanding and modeling of complicated physical phenomena in order to prevent
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 Mathematics Packages: Their Role in Education  Glenn Elert
A comparative paper, from 1994, describing the author's experiences with Derive, Maple, and Mathematica, as well as mathematics packages in general, and commenting on their respective values within mathematics education.
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 Mathematics Preprints & Publications  University of Southampton
Preprints and reprints of research in applied mathematics, operational research, statistics, and pure mathematics, including Martin J. Dunwoody's "A proof of the Poincaré conjecture," inspired by Hyam Rubinstein's algorithm for recognizing the
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 Mathematics (Science)  Einet Galaxy
Part of Galaxy's guide to worldwide information and services. Articles; Guides; Events; Collections; Periodicals; Discussion Groups; Directories; Professional, Academic, Government, and NonProfit Organizations. Separate category listings for algebra,
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 Mathematics Site  J. S. Milne
Bibliography, course notes, preprints, and manuscripts on Group Theory, Fields and Galois Theory, Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Number Theory,Modular Functions and Modular Forms, Elliptic Curves, Abelian Varieties, Etale Cohomology, and Class Field Theory.
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 Mathematics  The Illinois Loop
A districtbydistrict guide to the state of math education in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Also, "How To Respond When Your School Announces a NewNew Math Program," by Kevin Killion; "If Math Were A Color ...," by Mary Damer; and essays by other
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 Mathematics  The New York Times
New York Times articles on mathematics, organized chronologically. Regular contributors include Edward Rothstein and Dennis Overbye. Track mathematics stories by subscribing to an email alert.
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 Math Emporium: When is a new paradigm really a new paradigm?  Mike Williams; Dept. of Mathematics, Virginia Tech
A learning center developed by the Department of Mathematics at Virginia Tech. Visit the site, read their fact sheet, or browse Articles and Papers About The Math Emporium: The Effects of Technology on Women and Children (Mali Bamako); Math Emporium
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 Math enthusiast wins Science Talent Search  S. Milius; Science News Online
The top winners in the 1998 Westinghouse Science Talent Search are students from Indiana, Arizona, and New York. Christopher Mihelich was one of three mathematicians among the top 10 winners; he entered a paper proposing new methods for studying polynomial
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 Mathetics (Learning and Mathematics)  Seymour Papert; Math Forum
In Chapters 5, 6, and 7 of his 1993 book, The Children's Machine, Papert examines the art of learning, a topic that he contends has been widely ignored by educational researchers and practitioners. In Chapter 5 he introduces the concept of 'mathetics',
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 Mathfest '99: Primes and Prizes (Math Chat)  Frank Morgan, MAA Online
Last weekend [August 1999] over 1100 gathered in Providence for the summer MathFest of the Mathematical Association of America. Hedrick lecturer Carl Pomerance, recently of the University of Georgia and now at Bell Labs, with his marvelous understated
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 Math for Employment: Tech Prep  Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
A compilation by the Math Forum of Internet resources containing useful discussions and research findings that address mathematics training for the workplace: "tech prep," "schooltowork," "education for employment," or "advanced technological education."
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 math  Futurity
Math news aggregated from across a consortium of research universities. See also Futurity's section for science and technology articles. Futurity's consortium of research universities in United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom is led by the University
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 The Math Game  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
More than 200 mathematicians and students showed up on a Thursday evening to participate in The Number Years, a featured event at the Joint Mathematics Meetings held earlier this month (January, 2000) in Washington, D.C. The Number Years started out as
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 Math Headlines  Barbara Ling
Newspaper headlines of developments in mathematics education and public education. With links to the sites of commercial vendors and eBay auctions of "vintage" math lithographs and other "antiques." See also http://www.mathnewsfacts.com/.
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 Math History: René Descartes  ThinkQuest 1996
A biographical sketch with a discussion of his accomplishments and contributions. From SMATT (Science, Math, and Technology Tutorials).
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 Math Horizon (Learning and Mathematics)  Deborah Ball; Math Forum
Deborah Ball of Michigan State University teaches math education in the College of Education and as part of her research offers a math class in a local elementary school. In this 1987 article she examines the challenge of creating classroom practices
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 Math in Arcadia  Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
It's unusual to find mathematics in a play, and at a sophisticated level in a witty, fastpaced, popular romp... there was little time to savor the nuances of the mathematics and to ponder the deep questions about the nature of scientific discovery that
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 Math in Daily Life  Annenberg Media
Students often question how they will use basic mathematical concepts, algebra, and geometry throughout their lives  but the average person uses math at least three times a day. Read how math affects daily decisionmaking in this series of short articles
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 Math in Danger in the USA  David R. Garcia
Garcia writes in this article that unlike some of the ancients who revered mathematics for its beauty and mental exercise, Americans tend as a culture to have a very pragmatic attitude toward math. Many might appreciate its value for what material results
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 Math in Everyday Situations (Learning and Mathematics)  Richard Lesh; Math Forum
In his 1985 article, "Processes, skills, and abilities needed to use mathematics in everyday situations," Dick Lesh, of the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, New Jersey, writes that if students are provided with everyday situations for practicing
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 Math in HTML (and CSS)  Jukka “Yucca” Korpela
Site discusses different ways of embedding mathematical expressions in web
pages.
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 Math in the Media  American Mathematical Society
A monthly publication offering information about current mathematics and its applications, and serving as a great starting point for math club or classroom discussions. Math in the Media includes: Tony Phillips' Take on Math in the Media, a monthly survey
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 Math is More  Garfunkel, Sol; Mumford, David
Continuation of the conversation begun when The New York Times published the authors' oped article "How To Fix Our Math Education" in August 2011. Read the ten planks of the platform "toward a national consensus on improving U.S. mathematics education";
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 Math Marvels  Mrs. O'Brien's Sequential III Honors math class
Students from Mrs. O'Brien's Sequential III Honors math class created this project with the intention of learning about a mathematician whose work has influenced the course of mathematics as well as curriculum. The pages feature information on the lives
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 Math Methodology Part 2: Assessment  Computing Technology for Math Excellence (CT4ME); Patricia Deubel
This essay addresses systems for assessment (diagnostic, formative, summative), and more on selfassessment, teachermade tests, and vendormade tests. A section of assessment resources follows.
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 MathML  What's In It For Us?  Janus Boye
An article describing the W3Crecommended Mathematical Markup Language (MathML). Includes a brief history of the standard; descriptions of the toplevel math element, elements and attributes, tokens and basic layout schemata, and containers; a demo of
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 mathmom.com  Linda Burks
With the right approach anyone can enjoy learning. Since every person is unique, we must each find the best way to learn. We know we have found the way when learning is fun. Search mathmom.com to find books, products, and ideas which make learning
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 The MathNerds
A mathematical questionandanswer service on the Web that offers: free help with math questions; searchable archives; a "bestof" page (The Counterfeit Penny; Buildings and Ladders; The Magnificent Seven; The Hole Problem; Factor This; Rock Star Shuffle;
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 Mathographies  Bellevue Community College (BCC)
Biographical sketches of prominent mathematicians in history: Maria Agnesi; Archimedes; Babylonian and Moslem Algebra, Cubic Equations, Tartaglia; David Blackwell; Jerome Cardano; AugustinLouis Cauchy; Rene Descartes; Perci Diaconis; Paul Erdos; Leonard
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