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  1. Toposes, Triples and Theories - Michael Barr and Charles Wells
    A revised and corrected version of the original (1983) Grundlehren der math is available free for downloading. Formats: DVI, PDF, PostScript. ...more>>

  2. Totally Free Math - Terry Wesner
    A free downloadable 3rd edition elementary algebra textbook with accompanying ancillaries and no advertising. ...more>>

  3. Trimathlon
    Site centered around a book featuring activities from number theory and geometry beyond the realm of the typical school curriculum. The site features a discussion forum, a sample online game (with others promised), and a periodic puzzler with hint. ...more>>

  4. Turn of the Screw - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Mathematician Chris Rorres of Drexel University in Philadelphia has taken a close look at Vitruvius's specifications for constructing an Archimedes screw... Recent years have seen a revival of interest in the Archimedes screw, particularly for its proven, ...more>>

  5. The Two-Headed Quarter by Joseph Ganem - Chartley Publishing, LLC
    A companion site to The Two-Headed Quarter, written by a physicist scrutinizing day-to-day financial decisions, such as "How far should you drive to buy cheaper gas?" and "Is money saved when you buy on sale?" and "How far should you drive to save money?" ...more>>

  6. UC Berkeley Wavelet Group - Univ. of California at Berkeley
    People, papers and publications. ...more>>

  7. Understanding Algebra - James Brennan, Boise State University
    In addition to "stuff to play with" on the web (a Graphing Applet (for exploring slope and intercepts of straight lines), a Prime Factorization Machine, a Prime Number List, a Quadratic Equation Solver, and a Quadratic Function Plotter), this book's full ...more>>

  8. Understanding Calculus - Faraz Hussain
    An online book that introduces calculus through concepts and engineering applications. Read the illustrated chapters free online, or download the entire work as a PDF for a fee. ...more>>

  9. Understanding Mathematics: From Counting to Calculus - Keith Kressin, K Squared Publishing, Inc.
    A comprehensive book for anyone who desires clear and concise math explanations, written for a non-technical audience to cover the math fundamentals normally taught from first grade through college (for more information, see the Table of Contents). ...more>>

  10. The Uniform Polyhedra - Roman Maeder
    A shortened version of the notebook Polyhedra.ma from Illustrated Mathematics [Gloor/Amrhein/Maeder95]. Uniform polyhedra have regular faces and congruent vertices. Allowing for non-convex faces and vertex figures, there are 75 such polyhedra, as well ...more>>

  11. Unlocking Ways to Make Your Math Simple - Rajinder Goswami
    An ebook meant to enhance calulating skills. It focuses on comprehension, speed, and accuracy. Two Flash examples provided; download the whole book for a fee. ...more>>

  12. The Valuation Theory Home Page - Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann
    A forum for all mathematicians who work in valuation theory or apply valuation theoretical results in their own field of research. The home page offers: information about conferences and special events; names and email addresses of mathematicians working ...more>>

  13. Vasiliu Lucilius Homepage - Vasiliu Lucilius
    Lucilius offers books of his research work in mathematics and mathematical physics. ...more>>

  14. Vector Calculus - Michael Corral
    This is a text on elementary multivariable calculus, designed for students who have completed courses in single-variable calculus. The traditional topics are covered: basic vector algebra; lines, planes and surfaces; vector-valued functions; functions ...more>>

  15. VEE: The Visual Elements of Euclid - Ralph Abraham
    The Euclid Project is an exfoliation of the Elements of Euclid, the most important math text of all time. It will encompass several books, a CD-ROM, and an educational environment on the World Wide Web. Its components are: The Visual Elements of Euclid ...more>>

  16. The Verbal Math Lesson - Michael Levin, Charan Langton
    Books for teaching math topics verbally through word problems--no worksheets, no writing. The approach is intended to be fun for children and to develop mental short cuts. ...more>>

  17. Victor Shoup's Home Page
    Download research papers on cryptographic protocols and on algorithms for solving problems in the area of number theory and algebra. The Courant Institute researcher freely offers a standard for public-key encryption, a simple LaTeX class for preparing ...more>>

  18. Views from Flatland (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    What do you think the world would look like if you and everything in it were squished flatter than a pancake? Like shadows, you and your friends would freely flit about the surface. But if you couldn't rise above or below the surface, objects with any ...more>>

  19. Virtual Computer Library (VCL) - Christine M. Henke, ACITS, University of Texas at Austin
    Links to information sources regarding computers and computing. Academic Computing Centers; Book Reviews; Computer Technology; Conferences; Documentation; FAQs; Internet Information; Journals/Magazines; News/Press Releases; Nonprofit/Government Organizations; ...more>>

  20. Virtual Optima - Tony Hürlimann, Chris Hürlimann
    A company offering consultancy, software (a linear programming language for mathematical optimization and modeling), and sport league schedules. It also offers a book of optimization problems, with sample problems available online. ...more>>

  21. Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See - Donald D. Hoffman
    Visual intelligence, cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman writes, is the power that people use to "construct an experience of objects out of colors, lines, and motions." The site includes: places to buy the book; the text of the preface; and animations ...more>>

  22. Washington MESA
    Washington MESA (Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement) is developing middle and high school curriculum units and middle school modules/books available through Cuisenaire Dale Seymour Publications that integrate concepts within mathematics ...more>>

  23. A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing by Stéphane Mallat - F. Chaplais
    A set of short presentations, inspired by S. G. Mallat's book, on frequency analysis; Dyadic wavelets and discrete filtering; regularity analysis; and frames. ...more>>

  24. A Web Companion for Differential Equations, Mechanics, and Computation - Richard S. Palais and Robert A. Palais
    This site is a free accompaniment to the book, and includes: applets, animations, images, links to textbooks and to other ODE-related sites, extracts covering more than a quarter of the book, and more. It is intended to become a web destination for anyone ...more>>

  25. Welcome to PERTH: PEerless on EaRTH - Dave Watson
    Dave Watson's main interest is computational geometry, and he specializes in spatial interpolation. Books/software on Contouring (a survey of published bivariate contouring and interpolation methods), Tessellations, Spherical Tessellations, Isolines, ...more>>

  26. What is Mathematics: Goedel's Theorem and Around - Karlis Podnieks
    An extended translation of Podnieks' book, published in 1992 in Russian. Contents include: Platonism, intuition and the nature of mathematics; Axiomatic set theory; First order arithmetic; Hilbert's Tenth problem; Incompleteness theorems; Around Goedel's ...more>>

  27. What's New at the Zoo? - Suzanne Slade, Joan Waites (ill.)
    A picture book featuring counting and animal facts. Book available in hardcover, paperback, and eBook. Free educational resources on the Sylvan Dell website include Teaching Activities, Math/Reading Comprehension Quizzes, Related Website Links, and English ...more>>

  28. What Works Better than Traditional Math Instruction - Alfie Kohn
    Chapter 9 from Kohn's 1999 book The Schools Our Children Deserve contains the subsections "Why the Basics Just Don’t Add Up," "Math Worth Doing," and "Inventing Facts," as well as an appendix entitled "The Hard Evidence: Math Results." ...more>>

  29. Wholemovement - Bradford Hansen-Smith
    Bradford Hansen-Smith presents the art and geometry of folding circles. As he explains, "Everything we know about geometry, mathematics, and all spatial arrangement and organization of matter is demonstrated by cutting into the wholeness of the sphere. ...more>>

  30. Who was Marin Mersenne? - Luther Welsh
    It was not until the mid 20th century that Mersenne became known primarily for his Prime Number Conjecture. Historically, he was much better known for his correspondence with leading scientists of the day. Interested in optics, he also been called the ...more>>

  31. Women and Mathematics Network (WAM) - Committee for the Participation of Women, Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
    A consortium of Program Directors of outreach programs in mathematics for women and girls, providing professional development opportunities for program directors; forums for sharing ideas and expertise; workshops and forums for prospective directors of ...more>>

  32. Worldwide Center of Mathematics - David B. Massey
    The video-textbooks Worldwide Differential Calculus and Worldwide Integral Calculus with Infinite Series feature linked cross-references, pop-up margin comments, interactive graphs, and relevant teaching videos embedded directly within its chapters. The ...more>>

  33. Writing Math (Learning and Mathematics) - Joan Countryman; Math Forum
    In her 1993 book Writing to Learn Mathematics, Joan Countryman, the Head of Lincoln School in Providence, Rhode Island, explores the relation between math and writing and provides a comprehensive description of the approach she takes to teaching math ...more>>

  34. www.GREGTANG.com - Greg Tang
    Educational materials that combine problem-solving and arithmetic, and integrate math with language and art, from the author of The Grapes of Math, Math For All Seasons, The Best of Times, Math Appeal, Math-terpieces, Math Fables, and Math Potatoes. In ...more>>

  35. Yuri Matiyasevich
    Yuri Matiyasevich is best known for finding a negative solution to Hilbert's Tenth Problem, which has applications to the theory of algorithms, algebra, number theory, model theory, proof theory, and theoretical computer science. As well as information ...more>>

  36. yyGrams Books: Books, Games, Puzzles - David Zethmayr
    Zethmayr presents boundary mathematics to young children, introducing the ideas of logic, proof, and algebra far earlier than is usually attempted. Books, games, and puzzles on this site reinforce these ideas, and Zethmayr presents a seminar and children's ...more>>

  37. Zome Geometry: Hands-on Learning with Zome Models - George W. Hart
    An upcoming book full of things you can make with the Zome System geometry construction set - a hands-on guide to the geometry of three-dimensional space. Contents include: Angles, Polygons, Polyhedra; Icosahedron and Dodecahedron; Platonic Solids; Counting; ...more>>


 
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