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  1. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - U.S. Department of Commerce
    Working with industry to develop and apply technology, measurement, and standards. Links to a site guide; Measurement and Standards Laboratories; Advanced Technology Program; Manufacturing Extension Partnership; Baldridge Quality Program. Events, publications, ...more>>

  2. The National Numeracy Strategy - Department for Education and Employment, United Kingdom
    The Standards Site: Numeracy. Frameworks for teaching mathematics from Reception through Year 7, key elements of the training materials that will support the U.K.'s Numeracy Strategy. Assessment in and planning the National Numeracy Strategy, schools ...more>>

  3. National Research Symposium on Limited English Proficient Student Issues - The National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition and Language (NCELA)
    Proceedings from conferences in Washington, DC: Research and Practice (September, 1990); Focus on Evaluation and Measurement (September 1991); Focus on Middle and High School Issues (August 1992). The National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition ...more>>

  4. National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) - Republic of the Philippines
    The statistics agency of the Republic of the Philippines. Tables, graphs, and articles about key socioeconomic information; catalogue of services and publications; press releases; and an explanation of concepts and methodologies for major indicators. ...more>>

  5. The Nation's Report Card - National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
    A project designed to assess what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Since 1969, NAEP has periodically and across the country conducted assessments in mathematics, science, reading, writing, history, geography, the arts, and ...more>>

  6. Nature's Numbers (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    The most common number of petals on a flower is five. Five also shows up in arrangements of seeds. Pineapples have eight rows of scales, seen as roughly diamond-shaped markings, sloping in one direction and 13 sloping in the other. Pine cones show the ...more>>

  7. Navier-Stokes Equations - Mark Cramer
    A comprehensive, web-based source of the Navier-Stokes equations and associated boundary and jump conditions which govern the motion of all gases and liquids. ...more>>

  8. N-Body / Particle Simulation Methods - Amara Graps
    An article summarizing different methods for modeling the gravitational interaction of an arbitrary number of particles, including the particle-particle, tree-code, and symplectic methods. Mirrors at http://galileo.mpi-hd.mpg.de/~graps/other/nbody.html ...more>>

  9. NCTM San Diego Sessions on College Guidelines - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    A selection of presentations from the 74th Annual NCTM Meeting, 25-28 April 1996, San Diego, CA on Standards for Introductory College Mathematics Courses Before Calculus. ...more>>

  10. NCTM San Diego Sessions on Constructivism - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    A selection of presentations from the 74th Annual NCTM Meeting, 25-28 April 1996, San Diego, CA. ...more>>

  11. NCTM San Diego Sessions on Humanistic Math - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    A selection of presentations from the 74th Annual NCTM Meeting, April 1996, San Diego, CA. ...more>>

  12. The NCTM Standards - Mathematics Education at The Math Forum
    The publication of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards in 1989 was a milestone for mathematics education. While not universally acclaimed, the Standards have by and large have met with great acceptance if not full comprehension. ...more>>

  13. The Need For Statistical Literacy In Australian Society - Robyn Williams, Jane Watson; Australian Broadcasting Corporation
    The Need For Statistical Literacy In Australian Society, a transcript from Ockham's Razor, a weekly radio program. Some misconceptions about statistics, including: the way Australian children interpreted "average" after seeing a Ford Motor Co. ad on TV ...more>>

  14. Neil J. A. Sloane
    Neil Sloane's research ranges far and wide and includes coding theory, sphere packing, lattices and quadratic forms, packing lines, and planes, spherical codes and designs, quantizing, geometry, combinatorics, the design of experiments, integer sequences, ...more>>

  15. NEOS Guide (Network-Enabled Optimization System) - The Optimization Technology Center
    A thumbnail sketch, outlines of the major algorithms, and pointers to software packages on optimization and its various subdisciplines: integer programming, stochastic programming, network programming, bound constrained, non-linearly constrained, linear ...more>>

  16. Net Benefits: the Revolution linking Statistics and ICT - M. F. Fuller, University of Kent at Canterbury, U.K.
    Modified versions of some of the articles in the Net Benefits series written by M. F. Fuller, Senior Lecturer in Econometrics and Social Statistics at the Univ. of Kent at Canterbury (U.K.), for the journal Teaching Statistics. Included are: "Welcome ...more>>

  17. Netlib Repository at UTK and ORNL - AT&T Bell Labs, Univ. of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    The Netlib repository contains freely available mathematical and statistical software, documents, and databases of interest to the numerical, scientific computing, and other communities. The repository is maintained by AT&T Bell Laboratories, the ...more>>

  18. Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library (NCSTRL)
    NCSTRL (pronounced "ancestral") is an international collection of computer science technical reports made available for non-commercial use from a number of participating institutions, mostly universities that grant Ph.D.s in Computer Science or Engineering, ...more>>

  19. Network Resources for Colouring a Graph - Michael Trick
    A document that tries to bring together resources available on the Internet to help in formulating and solving graph-coloring problems. A Brief Survey of Applications and Algorithms (1994); Bibliographies; Solution Codes; Test Instances; People and Papers. ...more>>

  20. Neural network music composition by prediction - Michael C. Mozer
    Exploring the benefits of psychophysical constraints and multiscale processing. In algorithmic music composition, a simple technique involves selecting notes sequentially according to a transition table that specifies the probability of the next note ...more>>

  21. New Directions in Pedagogy in Other Courses - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    Examples of mathematics courses being revised in the light of new approaches to pedagogy: articles and presentations at conferences in probability and statistics; pre-college algebra; linear algebra; abstract algebra, and differential equations. ...more>>

  22. New Foundations - Randall Holmes
    Developing site for the set theory "New Foundations," first introduced by W.V.O. Quine in 1937. A refinement of Russell's theory of types based on the observation that the types in Russell's theory look the same, as far as one can apparently prove. Site ...more>>

  23. The New Jersey Mathematics Coalition
    The New Jersey Mathematics Coalition (like the other 50 such state Coalitions) was created to facilitate and encourage improvement in the teaching and learning of mathematics as recommended in the national reports. The Coalition serves as a catalyst for ...more>>

  24. A New Look At Long Division - Jim Loy
    A different way of looking at the process: a step-by-step explanation of long division done using estimation, multiplication, and subtraction. ...more>>

  25. New Mathematical Constant Discovered - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    Descendent of Two Thirteenth Century Rabbits: A recent mathematical result by Divakar Viswanath, a young computer scientist at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, California, has put the Fibonacci numbers back in the news ...more>>

  26. A New Proof of The Four Colour Theorem - Ashay Dharwadker
    An article presenting a proof of the four color theorem that uses group theory and Steiner systems, illustrated using a map of Madhya Pradesh and adjoining states in India. Introduction; Map Colouring; Steiner Systems; Eilenberg Modules; Hall Matchings; ...more>>

  27. NewsHour Extra: Math and Economics - MacNeil-Lehrer Productions; PBS
    Lesson plans, stories written for students, and reports from the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, the nightly news broadcast on PBS. See also the articles written for students based on NewsHour stories. ...more>>

  28. New Teachers and the Job Market - Key Issues in Mathematics at the Math Forum
    Links to sites with a variety of organization, resources, and information for those seeking jobs as mathematicians or that require a knowledge of mathematics. ...more>>

  29. Newton's Castle - Steve Feld
    Learn about color, optical illusions, how cars appear to roll uphill on "magnetic mountains," why dogs chase cars, and more; then test your learning with the online quiz. Also, see quotations and a timeline of Newton's life. With a bibliography and webliography. ...more>>

  30. Newton, Sir Isaac (Funk & Wagnalls Multimedia Encyclopedia) - Lycos Zone: Mathematics
    A short biography of Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727), focusing on The Fluxional Method, Optics, and The Principia. ...more>>

  31. New York City HOLD National - Elizabeth Carson
    This advocacy organization's mission begins: "The performance of American students in mathematics is mediocre at best. Reform efforts over the past two decades have only made matters worse. We are advocates for school mathematics education reforms that ...more>>

  32. Next in Line - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Number sequences present all sorts of intriguing puzzles and patterns. Consider the sequence of counting numbers: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 .... Now, take out every second number, leaving: 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 ...; form the cumulative totals ...more>>

  33. Nice Guys Finish First (Sometimes) (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    There's trouble in the schoolyard. A kid has accused you and your pals of doing something you shouldn't have. You have to decide whether to stick with the gang or go your own way. You're not completely sure you can trust your friends, so you face a tough ...more>>

  34. Nine Primes in a Row - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    ...number aficionados Harvey Dubner of New Jersey, Paul Zimmermann of INRIA Lorraine in France, Tony Forbes of Great Britain, and Nik Lygeros and Michel Mizony of Claude Bernard University in Lyon, France, mounted a campaign and solicited computational ...more>>

  35. A Nobel Formula - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    The discovery of a single mathematical formula in 1970 led to this year's Nobel Prize for economics, shared between Stanford University professor of finance (emeritus) Myron Scholes and economist Robert C. Merton of Harvard University. The prize would ...more>>

  36. The Nobel Prize in Physics Educational - The Nobel Foundation
    Step through explanations of physics concepts, some with Flash activities: explore hidden worlds with microscopes (as developed by laureates Zernike, Ruska, Binnig and Rohrer), look into the interior of matter (from Chadwick to van der Meer), and take ...more>>

  37. The NODE Learning Technologies Network - The NODE Learning Technologies Network
    theNode.org provides networked support for instructors, trainers, designers and administrators with a professional interest in teaching with technology. Register for membership online. Internet resources for the study and teaching of mathematics include ...more>>

  38. Noga Alon
    Noga Alon researches combinatorics, graph theory, their applications to theoretical computer science, combinatorial geometry and number theory, and the relationship of combinatorial algorithms and circuit complexity. Some of his papers, along with a ...more>>

  39. Noise Removal from Images - J. A. Sethian
    A paper and movie on noise removal. Level Set Methods exploit the fact that curves moving under their curvature smooth out and disappear. The idea is to view the pixel values as a topographic map; the intensity (somewhere between white and black) at each ...more>>

  40. Nonassociative Rings and Algebras - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to nonassociative rings and algebras. In nonassociative ring theory we widen the scope of rings to be studied. Here the general theory is much weaker, but special cases of such rings are of key importance: ...more>>

  41. Non-Euclidean Geometries - Jim Loy
    A short essay on Euclid's Fifth Postulate and mathematicians' dissatisfaction with its over-complexity: Lobachevsky's and Riemann's postulates; ...more>>

  42. Non-Euclidean Geometry - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Covers Euclid's Elements through the end of the 1800's, with 23 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  43. NonEuclid - Joel Castellanos, Joe Dan Austin, Ervan Darnell
    A Java program offering straightedge and compass constructions in hyperbolic geometry for high school and college students. A compressed version for PCs may be downloaded for use offline. The site includes an introduction to hyperbolic geometry, plus ...more>>

  44. Nonius - Jaime Carvalho e Silva
    Nonius - Projecto Computação no Ensino da Matemática - Arquivo Electrónico de Matemática. History of mathematics; mathematics topics, mathematics teaching, technology in teaching, and links to relevant mathematical ...more>>

  45. Nonlinear Physics Group - Technical University, Darmstadt, Germany
    A research group whose research areas include sonoluminescence, levitated drops, and acoustic and optically induced cavitation (view MPEG movies of bubbles!) A Java applet, Non-linear Dynamics Online, provides visualizations of data sets: you may use ...more>>

  46. Nonlinear Systems Laboratory - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    A group dedicated to the analysis of nonlinear systems: list of publications (some abstracts are available online) and animations of a robot arm catching a ball and a paper airplane. ...more>>

  47. Non-sexist Solution of the Menage Problem - Bogart, Doyle
    A paper that appeared in the American Mathematical Monthly. The ménage problem asks for the number of ways of seating couples at a circular table, with men and women alternating, so that no one sits next to his or her partner. The paper presents ...more>>

  48. The Normal Curve and Galton's Board - Paul Trow
    Describes a mechanical device, invented by the nineteenth-century mathematician Francis Galton, that illustrates the Central Limit Theorem, by showing how a binomial distribution approximates a normal distribution. ...more>>

  49. Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA)
    The department of the United Kingdom government that collects statistics about Northern Ireland. Includes tables and graphs of key socioeconomic statistics, which are available for download as Lotus 123 worksheets; demographic data, available in Lotus ...more>>

  50. Northwest to the Pole and Two-Headed Coins (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan; Christian Science Monitor
    Suppose you start at the earth's equator and travel continuously northwest until you reach the North Pole. What does your path look like? How long is your path? ...more>>


 
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