 Rose and Twinkleberry's Guide to Building Your Own Puzzles Using LEGO Building Blocks  Doug Walker
Plans for making 32 classic puzzles using LEGO blocks.
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 Ross Geoghegan
A mathematician at the State University of New York at Binghamton interested in topology, geometric group theory, fixed point theory, and dynamics. Curriculum vitae and list of publications (some articles and preprints may be downloaded in PostScript
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 ROSSMANCHANCE.COM  Allan J. Rossman & Beth L. Chance
Workshops and presentations, publications, and current projects by the authors of the Workshop Mathematics Project textbooks. See tables of contents, instructor guides, sample syllabi and exams, and answers to activities from books in the Workshop Statistics
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 Samuel Arbesman
Research and writings by the author of The HalfLife of Facts. As an applied mathematician and network scientist, Arbesman's delves into the science of science, nature of productivity and prosocial behavior within cities, the structure and function of
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 Sarah Glaz
Teaching, research, books, and articles by the algebraist, ring theorist, and poet. See, in particular, the math poems of undergraduate students and Glaz's own poetry, which includes "Mathematical Modeling," "A Pantoum for the Power of Theorems," "I am
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 Scholastic, Inc.
Information about Scholastic, Inc., a global children's publishing and media company in education and entertainment (curriculum, magazines, books, film, TV, and multimedia). Classroom activities and reproducibles (e.g., math) teacher talk, separate parents
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 School Wise Press
California publishers of school profiles for use in choosing schools for your children. The site also provides: educationoriented news, articles, and books; online school comparisons; an askanexpert service with a parent advocate; and editorial responses
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 Sean's Home Page  Sean Mauch
"For the past few years I have been working on an open source textbook. It contains material on calculus, functions of a complex variable, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations and the calculus of variations...." This former
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 Second International Conference on MatrixAnalytic Methods in Stochastic Models  Alfa, Chakravarthy
Information about the Second International Conference on MatrixAnalytic Methods in Stochastic Models (1998). See also the First International Conference (1995) page. The proceedings are published as a book by Notable Publications, Inc.
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 Selected Recent Publications  George W. Hart
Areas of Hart's research and pointers to further information, including a bibliography of his publications. Links to pages on: Multidimensional Analysis; Nonintrusive Appliance Load Monitoring; Telecommunications Network Management; Viterbi Algorithm
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 SemiSimple Lie Algebras and their Representations  Robert Cahn
A postscript version of the book, originally published by BenjaminCummings in 1984. Chapters include: SU(2); SU(3); The Killing Form; The Structure of Simple Lie Algebras; A Little about Representations; More on the Structure of Simple Lie Algebras;
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 Set Theoretic Analysis (Topology Atlas)  Krzysztof Chris Ciesielski, Editor
An interactive encyclopedic reference for Set Theoretic Analysis, with most current research available immediately through the web and ftpcapabilities of the Topology Atlas. Contents: What is Set Theoretic Analysis?; What's new; Surveys; Preprints;
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 SGBox  Singapore's Best Selection (TM)
Offers Singapore Math books, Singapore Math help, free games and resources
on education.
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 The Shape of Space  Jeff Weeks
This textbook surveys the basic geometry of two and threedimensional spaces — stretching students minds as they learn to visualize new possibilities for the shape of our universe. Contains illustrated examples and engaging exercises intended to teach
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 A Short Guide to Writing Mathematics  Stephen B. Maurer; Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics, Swarthmore College
A guide to mathematics writing for college students who want to learn mathematical style  math majors or prospective majors, or students who will go into other quantitative fields and expect to communicate with mathematics in their careers. You may contact
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 Short Signal Harmonic Spectra and Approximation  Dmitriev E.V.
The author writes: "Presently traditional ways to determine signal spectra are based on the expansion of functions in Fourier series or on their representation by Fourier integrals with applying a system of basis ORTHOGONAL functions. For the first time,
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 SketchUp  Robert Lang
Tutorials, tips, tricks, and more about the 3D modeling software. Lang, a professional woodworker, cabinetmaker and designer who serves Popular Woodworking Magazine as its Executive Editor, uses SketchUp to design woodworking projects, and as the basis
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 The Slide Rule Universe  Sphere Research Corporation
Slide rule information, lessons, archives, links and an online marketplace: buy, bid for, or swap restored classics, new slide boxes still in the box, and low cost first student rules; learn to operate and care for your slide rule, from Hartung's "A
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 Slocum Puzzles  Jerry Slocum
Puzzle collector and author's site. Features puzzle descriptions, shop, descriptions of books written by Slocum and collaborators, and a history of Slocum's famous Puzzle Parties.
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 Slopes and Ski Trails (Why Slopes and More Math)  Alan Selby
What is calculus? If you have ever seen or gone skiing or just walking over hills then you know about slopes and you have met or felt basic ideas in calculus. Calculus in the first instance is the subject of slope computation and interpretation, and the
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 Smarandache Algebraic Structure, book series.  Elibrary of Science
Smarandache Algebraic Structures, book series by W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy: Vol. I: Groupoids; Vol. II: Semigroups; Vol. III: Semirings, Semifields, and Semivector Spaces; Vol. IV: Loops; Vol. V: Rings; Vol. VI: Nearrings; Vol. VII: Nonassociative Rings;
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 Smarandache Notions  J. Castillo
A journal for papers related to the work of Florentin Smarandache, who in the 1960s proposed some new geometries: NonGeometry, CounterProjective Geometry, AntiGeometry, and Paradoxist geometry, which would generalize and unite Euclid, Lobachevsky/Bolyai/Gauss,
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 Software  School of Statistics, University of Minnesota
XLISPSTAT  a statistical environment based on a dialect of the Lisp language called XLISP; MacAnova, an interactive program for statistical analysis and matrix algebra; Rcode  software that accompanies the book, An Introduction to Regression Graphics,
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 Solving Math Word Problems  Hal Schneider
A selfhelp tutor for grades 612, remedial math (all levels); and adults. Chapter titles: Elementary Math Rules; Working with "ONE"; Working with Fractions; The ' Word/Fraction' Technique; Elementary Algebra, Factoring & Ratios; Common Forms of Equations;
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 Some Mathematical Works of the 17th & 18th Centuries  Ian Bruce
This website has a number of books in PDF format translated from Latin, as well as papers by Euler, Bernoulli, etc. The books translated include Briggs' Arithmetica Logarithmica, Trigonometria Britannica, Gregory's Optica Promota, Harriot's Praxis, and
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 Sophie's Diary  Dora Musielak
Historical fiction based on mathematician Sophie Germain. Site includes book excerpts, a Spanish version of the main page, a press release, information about the author, favorite links, contact information, and illustrations from the book of Paris in
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 The Springer GTM Test  David Savitt
Multiple choice questions that promise to identify "which SpringerVerlag graduate text in mathematics you are."
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 State of the Art Mathematics  Carole B. Lacampagne; U.S. Department of Education
Transforming Ideas for Teaching and Learning: a book that identifies ten ideas for transforming mathematics teaching and learning backed up by research or by promising practical experience. Includes the online document, references, and suggested reading.
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 Statistics Greenland (Kalaallit Nunanni Naatsorsueqqissaartarfik/Grønlands Statistik)  Dorit Olsen
Information about Statistics Greenland, map of Greenland, and key socioeconomic figures. The Statistical Yearbook,with data and tables of cultural, economic, social, political, geographical, and climate information about Greenland, is available in PDF
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 Statistics How To  Stephanie
A resource which includes stepbystep instructions for undergraduate statistics students for specific problem types, reference tables, and visual calculators that actually explain how computations are performed using the student's own inputted data.
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 StatLit.Org  Milo Schield
Hundreds of articles on statistical literacy, quantitative literacy, numeracy, quantitative reasoning and statistical reasoning. See also StatLit's recommendations of introductory books; news on recent and upcoming events; and reviews of grants.
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 The Steiner Tree Page  Joe Ganley
The Steiner tree problem is a minimum interconnection problem. The most basic
version is in a graph: given a weighted graph in which a subset of vertices are identified as terminals, find a minimumweight connected subgraph that includes all the terminals.
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 Stephen Wolfram
The creator of Mathematica and one of the first researchers into cellular automata. Site includes a biographical sketch, photos, and a timeline of Wolfram's life; interviews with him; and the full text of many of his books, articles, talks, and patents.
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 Steve Fulling's Home Page  Stephen A. Fulling
Courses in Foundation Coalition Freshman Calculus, linearity, and other subjects offer objectives, assignments, solutions and reports, exams, and supporting documentation such as books (.pdf, .ps, and .dvi formats). The site also includes access to the
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 Steven Strogatz
Research, teaching, publications and more by Strogatz, Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics at Cornell University. Best known in the academia for his 1998 Nature paper on "smallworld" networks, which he coauthored with his former student
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 Steve's Words  Steve Lee
Mathematicsrelated articles by a student at UCLA include brief reviews of books on chaos theory and an article on the connection between game theory and nuclear strategy.
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 A Stranger from Spaceland  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
An essay about Flatland, Edwin A. Abbott's 1884 "doorway to the fourth dimension and beyond for many explorers of geometry," and "a sharply delineated satire that reflects widely debated social issues in Victorian Britain," particularly women's rights.
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 Subject:Mathematics  Wikibooks
This Wikimedia project for collaboratively writing opencontent textbooks also produces, under its Wikijunior project, ageappropriate nonfiction children's books illustrated with photographs, diagrams, sketches, and original drawings.
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 Sumizdat Home Page  Sumizdat
Website of the publisher "Sumizdat", currently featuring the English translation of a classical Russian geometry textbook: Kiselev's Geometry/Book I. Planimetry, Kiselev's Geometry/Book II. Stereometry, and Arithmetic for Parents, translated from the
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 Surviving College Algebra  Eric Saunders
A book intended to simplify college algebra for struggling students.
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 Sybilla Beckmann Kazez
Biography, books, projects, papers, and presentations of the Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor of Mathematics at the University of Georgia (UGA). Originally researching arithmetic geometry, Beckmann now considers the mathematical education
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 Symbol, Form and Number in Ancient Egypt  Franz Gnaedinger
A book on early mathematics in Egypt, with some social and religious background. Includes a discussion of the use of Pythagorean triples in Egyptian architecture, and hypotheses on the calculation with unit fractions and the approximation of the area
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 SymbolicNet: Symbolic Mathematical Computation Information Center  ICM; Kent State University
The area of Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (SAC), also known as Computer Algebra (CA), aims to automate mathematical computations of all sorts. SAC research usually combines mathematics with advanced computing techniques. This site includes: introductory
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 Synergetics on the Web  Kirby Urner, 4D Solutions
R. Buckminster Fuller's "explorations in the geometry of thinking" is detailed in two thick volumes, Synergetics and Synergetics 2. Synergetics thoroughly permeates the rest of Fuller's writings as well. The invention for which Fuller is most famous,
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 System Simulation: The Shortest Route to Applications  Prof. Hossein Arsham; University of Baltimore
Course notes. Information includes: Course Information (for students enrolled in the class); Topics in Descriptive Simulation Modeling; Statistics and Probability for Simulation; SIMSCRIPT, and SPSS Commands; Techniques for Sensitivity Estimation; Goalseeking
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 Taking Games Seriously  Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
In the twenty years since it first appeared, Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays had become a classic and a rarity. So did its companion book, On Numbers And Games, which was written in just about a week by one of the WW's authors and saw the light
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 Tangrams: History, Puzzles, Make It, and Links  Randy Crawford
Follow the "history" link to learn about tangrams through the ages; click on "puzzles" for over 100 silhouettes to reconstruct, with solutions. "Make it" provides instructions for building your own tangram set. With references to more sites, software,
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 TeacherNet  Highlights for Children
A network of K12 educational materials vendors and teachers: Teachers' Lounge (with email list and online bulletin board); Teaching K8 (a monthly publication with articles available online); ZanerBloser (handwriting, spelling, reading and vocabulary,
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 The Teaching Gap  Stigler, Hiebert
A site supporting a book by James W. Stigler and James Hiebert in which they point out that teaching is a cultural activity. "Although there are teachers using extraordinary methods in all cultures, the extraordinary is not what defines most students'
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 Teaching with Original Historical Sources in Mathematics  Laubenbacher, Pengelley; Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, New Mexico State Univ.
Excerpts, many in .dvi or postscript formats, and links to extensive information from a book on teaching mathematics with original historical sources: courses, books, and materials available at the undergraduate and high school levels, work with school
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