 The King of Infinite Space: Donald Coxeter, The Man Who Saved Geometry  Siobhan Roberts
As a companion to The King of Infinite Space, a biography of Donald Coxeter, this website provides photographs, archives, papers, video footage, links and other resources, allowing readers to further explore Donald Coxeter’s infinite passion for geometry.
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 Kolmogorov.com
A site dedicated to the mathematician A. N. Kolmogorov, including a bibliography of his works (some available in PDF format), information on his students, and on the school founded by him and which bears his name, which is looking for books for its library.
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 Krawtchouk Polynomials  Vadim Zelenkov; International Sakharov Environmental University
An exposition of properties and applications of classical orthogonal polynomials introduced by M. Krawtchouk in 1929, with historical and biographical information to give the Western reader an idea of the fate of this Ukrainian scientist during the Great
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 The Late Professor Morris Kline  Mark Alder
Read Kline's books Why Johnny Can't Add and Why the Professor Can't Teach; his lecture "Pea Soup, Tripe, and Mathematics"; and a bibliography of his publications.
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 (La)TEX Navigator: A (La)TeX Encyclopaedia  Denis Roegel
Resources in French, German, and English. Contents: General documentation about (La)TeX; The (La)TeX local guide of the site (LORIA) (in French); Bibliography and indexes; Literate programming; Classes; Macros and packages; Fonts and symbols; Graphics;
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 Lathisms
Featuring a different Latin@ or Hispanic in the mathematical sciences each day from September 15 to October 15 in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
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 Learning and Mathematics  Math Forum
Newsgroup discussions among mathematicians, math teachers, and students of educational psychology on the Math Forum's newsgroup geometryprecollege, inspired by recent work on how students learn mathematics. With five related annotated bibliographies.
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 Learning in the Real World
Learning in the Real World is a nonprofit group that funds research related to the actual disadvantages and benefits of computers in the classroom. Resources include a bibliography with links to relevant articles.
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 The Legacy of R. L. Moore  Educational Advancement Foundation
The Legacy of R.L. Moore Project promotes the study of inquirybased learning (IBL) and teaching methods that Moore propagated while teaching topology at The University of Texas. The "Moore Method" eschews textbooks; calls for only the briefest of lectures
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 Lehmer's Conjecture  Michael Mossinghoff; Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Appalachian State Univ.
A summary of what is known today about Lehmer's Conjecture, including descriptions of algorithms, histories of searches performed, and various
lists of polynomials with small measure. References and a thesis available for downloading.
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 Let's Read Math  Claire Passantino
A national math literacy program that aims to "spread a joy for mathematics among children and the adults who care for them — at school, at home or in various outofschool settings." Let's Read Math (LRM) offers parentchild workshops that promote
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 Library of Congress
A Global Electronic Library linking to WWW meta indexes and search tools, federal government information, and other WWW resources by subject. Search using a keyword (such as mathematics) to find relevant pages, then use your browser's 'find' function
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 Limited English Proficiency Students and Mathematics  Kristen Lockwood; Math Forum
An annotated bibliography of resources for mathematics teachers and others interested in how language may affect the thought, achievement and assessment of students of limited English proficiency, as well as these students' access to knowledge and education.
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 Linear & Nonlinear Programming Publications, Preprints, & FAQs  Technical University of Braunschweig
PostScript files and some abstracts. Many articles in German.
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 Links to Web Sites on the History of Mathematics  British Society for the History of Mathematics (BSHM)
A list of Web sites containing material relevant to the study of the history of mathematics: General sites; Web resources; Biographies; Regional mathematics; Museums with mathematics exhibits; Special exhibits; Books online; Student presentations; Miscellaneous;
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 Living Math!  Julie Brennan
A site dedicated to sharing resources for learning, exploring and enjoying math in a dynamic and holistic manner. The homeschooling author has "... found that math history and literature humanizes math, makes it come alive, and provides the context needed
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 Longitude and the Académie Royale  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay describing longitude from Eratosthenes' mapping efforts through the 1681 Académie Royale expedition, with 8 references (books/articles).
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 The Lucasian Chair of Mathematics at Cambridge  Robert Bruen; Boston College
Information about the professorship, biographies of current and previous chairs, and bibiliographic references.
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 Macintosh TeX/LaTeX Web Site  Gary L. Gray
Mac versions of TeX and LaTeX, tools, editors and fonts, print references, and a short list of sites to go to for just about "everything you would ever need (or links to it), whether you are a beginner or an old pro."
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 Macpurity's Earth Science, Geodesy and Geophysics web site  John W. Robbins
A site with information in the areas of Potential Theory, Theoretical Geodesy, Theoretical Geophysics and Celestial Mechanics and Dynamics.
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 MacStats  David Zatz and Joel West
A clearinghouse for information regarding using the Macintosh for statistical analysis, with an emphasis on marketing and other social science research (also relevant for engineering and hard science applications, but these are not its main focus). Available
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 MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive  University of St. Andrews, Scotland
The premier site on the Web for math history. Major features include biography, history topics, and famous curves indexes; mathematicians of the day, and a site search engine. Also, birthplace maps; anniversaries for the year; chronologies; search suggestions;
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 Magic Cube Generator  Dwane H. Campbell, Keith A. Campbell
This site offers a generator for magic squares, cubes, and hypercubes, along with history, overview of basic concepts, and statistics, and downloads and references. The authors focus primarily on a set of 8 by 8 by 8 magic cubes that are often called
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 Making Mathematicians  Holly Young
Lessons, activities, book recommendations, and more from a Nevada educator who provides professional development on the "ACE" method (Answer the question; Cite details, show computation; Explain all steps) of answering constructed response questions.
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 Making of America Books  University of Michigan
This digital library of primary sources in American social history includes dozens of schoolbooks on arithmetic and other mathematical subjects that date to the antebellum period through reconstruction. Search or browse scanned graphics or transcribed
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 Matematica e statistica  SegnaWeb
In Italian: SegnaWeb is a directory of web sites selected by Italian librarians. Resources are selected for their usefulness both to reference services in the public library and to citizens themselves. Italian resources are preferred, but cooperation
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 Matemáticas  Antonio Pérez
Si estás interesado en las Matemáticas, si eres profesor, estudiante, o simplemente sientes curiosidad, esta página te puede ayudar. Didáctica e Historia de las Matemáticas; Curiosidades en Internet. Problems, puzzles,
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 Matemáticas básicos para niños  J. A. Cordero
La resolución de problemas, no solo de ejercicios, es la parte fundamental del aprendizaje de las matemáticas básicas. Los problemas implican una pregunta que no se sabe responder con los conocimientos inmediatamente disponibles.
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 Materials for the History of Statistics  Peter M. Lee, The University of York
Portraits of statisticians, descriptions of their lives and work, and bibliographic references. Other materials include views of an astragulus, matrix derivations of the sum of n^k, pictures of the quincunx, and Pascal's Triangle as depicted in 1303 ACE.
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 Math Bibliographies  Dept. of Mathematics, University of Florida
A collection of bibliographies, with two distinct search mechanisms. Contents: Introduction; More about WAIS; More about Glimpse; Bibliography on ergodic theory and dynamical systems; Bibliography on harmonic maps; Journal of Differential Geometry; VAF
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 Math Bibliography  Leigh Denault, Rivendell Educational Archive
A bibliography useful for research on the lives of famous mathematicians. See also the Rivendell fractal image gallery generated using Mandelbrot fractals.
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 Math  Don Potter
Links and resources include the 1878 publication First Lessons in Arithmetic, a family heirloom that this teacher at Odessa Christian School (Texas) has scanned chapter by chapter, complete with woodblock illustrations and "slate exercises." From the
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 mathed studies  Erlina Ronda
Synthesis and summaries of research studies about teaching and learning mathematics and teacher education. Blog posts, which date to March, 2012, have included "Building understanding of algebraic variables," "Intuitive nonexamples: the case of triangles,"
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 Math Education References (NCREL)  Pathways to School Improvement
A list of references relating to an article on constructivism, "Providing HandsOn, MindsOn, and Authentic Learning Experiences in Mathematics." From the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).
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 MathEduc Database  ZDM
MathEduc (formerly MATHDI) is the only international reference database offering a worldwide overview of literature on research, theory and practice in mathematics education. MathEduc also covers education in computer science on the elementary level.
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 The Mathematical Brain  Brian Butterworth
From his book The Mathematical Brain, Butterworth freely offers chapter ten, titled "From fear of fractions to the joy of maths." The sample chapter also includes a test to assess whether you think like a mathematician, and Butterworth's "threestep programme
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 Mathematical Discovery of Planets  MacTutor Math History Topics Archive
A hypertext essay describing the connections between math and planetary discoveries, from the discovery of Uranus through that of Pluto in 1930, with References.
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 Mathematical Fiction  Alex Kasman
Want a book or story for the students in your math class? Interested in what our society thinks about mathematicians? This site is dedicated to compiling and reviewing works of fiction that involve mathematics or mathematicians. Search the list of math
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 Mathematical Games and Recreations  MacTutor Math History Archives
Number games, geometrical puzzles, network problems and combinatorial problems by famous mathematicians, starting around 1850 B.C. and continuing on to the present, with links to biographies of mathematicians who invented the games, pictures, and graphs.
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 Mathematically Gifted and Black  The Network of Minorities in Mathematical Sciences
Posting a narrative "profile of an amazing mathematician" each day in February. Supported in part by the University of San Diego Department of Mathematics.
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 Mathematical Markup Language (MathML): W3C Recommendation  World Wide Web Consortium
An XML application for describing mathematical expression structure and content. Its goal is to serve, receive, and process mathematics on the Web, just as HTML has enabled this functionality for text. Chapters discuss how the MathML content and presentation
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 Mathematical Visualization Resources  Daryl Hepting, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Mathematical visualization is the art of creating tangible experiences with abstract mathematical objects and their transformations (Hanson et al.) This page provides a comprehensive web resource for mathematical visualization, including: Centres; People
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 Mathematics and Architecture
 MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay on architecture and mathematics as the study of patterns. With references and other related web sites.
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 Mathematics and Art  perspective  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay on some of the interactions between mathematics and art in western culture. With references and other related web sites.
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 Mathematics and Language  Tony Brown
This paper considers the relation between mathematics and language, with particular reference to the work on language by Jacques Derrida. Brown examines how language functions in organising mental activity and suggests that since language is so fundamental
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 Mathematics and Literature.com  Mathew Needleman
Web site dedicated to utilizing children's literature in the teaching of mathematics.
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 Mathematics and Motivation  Liza Ewen; Math Forum
An annotated bibliography offering a collection of articles, chapters and Math Forum discussions that begin to address how student motivation affects mathematics learning and instruction. The question of how to motivate students in the classroom has become
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 Mathematics and Science Education Center (NWREL)  Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory
The Center promotes systemic educational reform in the Northwest U.S. (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington) to foster strong reform communities prepared to improve achievement in math, science, and technology education, and help educators plan,
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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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