 Magische Quadrate  Paul Heimbach
Techniques for creating 4x4 and larger magic squares using masks that define areas where a specific number will or will not be added (Jupiter squares and Merkur squares, with many examples of each); art based on magic squares and other mathematical models;
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 MakeaFlake  Barkley Interactive
Make your own snowflakes online: use the Flashpowered scissors to cut along the edges of a folded piece of virtual paper. Preview the unfolded results along the way; when ready, save your design to the gallery, where you may view and download plans for
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 Makin' Magic Programs, Fractals, Freeware, and Graphics  Dave Makin
Fractal freeware and galleries of examples. The fractal program MMFrac2.4 includes solid 3D hypercomplex and quaternion fractals and realtime 3D landscapes. An older version of the page can be found at http://skyscraper.fortunecity.com/terabyte/966/.
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 Mandelbrot Exhibition  J. P. Bowen; Virtual Museum of Computing
Links to to material on Mandelbrot sets and related fractals. Historical background; introduction to the Julia and Mandelbrot sets; interactive explorers and generators of images; movies and galleries; and an Image Archive.
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 Maria's Fractal Explorer Gallery  Maria Grist
A gallery of fractal images made using the program Fractal Explorer program.
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 Marius Kempe
Kempe's activities consist of photos of a manipulative or geometric drawing, each captioned with brief instructions and a question. "Writing" includes a guide to the errata for Weyl's Symmetry; as well as translations of Pólya's "On the analog
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 Mark's Maths and Excel Pages  Mark Dabbs
Geometry topics presented with the aid of downloadable Geometer's Sketchpad (GSP) files; see, in particular, Japanese temple geometry. Two comprehensive Tutorials in Excel spreadsheet form are provided for intermediate and advanced (VBA) users, and an
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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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 Math and Science: Recommended Books (Natural Math)  Maria Droujkova and Dmitri Droujkov
An annotated list of books in alphabetical order by author, selected because they are pleasant to read, have valuable math or math education content, are respectful to students, and are accessible to a broad audience. Books may be purchased online through
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 MathArt Exhibit  Daryl Hepting, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Eighteen examples of art created through mathematical concepts, some accompanied by detailed information about their generation.
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 mathartfun.com  Robert Fathauer
Learn and purchase products about tessellations, polyhedra, new perspectives (anamorphic art), fractals, M.C. Escher, tangrams and dissections, kaleidoscopes and symmetry, and paper folding. The gallery of mathematical art contains twisted ribbons and
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 Math Art Gallery  Dept. of Mathematics, University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Links to Singularity knots; Singularity knot animations; and Pictures generated by vort. Also a few 3D fractals; g=1, g=2, and g=3 surfaces plus source files for creating the pictures; source files; Interactive art in Minnesota, and All kinds of beautiful
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 MathArt.net
A web gallery of mathematical art, including a blog. MathArt.net features artworks, artists, and interviews. It covers many forms of mathematics, as long as there are artistic imagery involved (this means the usual Chaos Theory, geometry and the like).
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 MathByMandy.com  Mandy Bellm
Bellm's soft cover workbook Coordinate Graph Art for Grades 68 contains reproducible worksheets, fullpage keys following each puzzle, and instructional sections. The Waconia, MN, 7th grade prealgebra teacher blogs about technology in the classroom,
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 Math Craft  Cory Poole, administrator
A community "dedicated to the exploration of mathematically inspired art and architecture through projects, community submissions, and inspirational posts." Share images, videos, and other resources on the corkboard; post questions to the forum. The blog
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 Math Dance  Karl Schaffer and Erik Stern
The Dr. Schaffer & Mr. Stern Dance Ensemble has performed and conducted workshops on math dance in hundreds of schools and conferences since 1987. From that work, CoArtistic Directors Karl Schaffer and Erik Stern wrote MathDance, a 132page book with
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 Mathematical Art  Artpromote.com
A list of links to mathematical art and artists.
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 The Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher  B. Sidney Smith; Math Academy Online/Platonic Realms
An excellent introduction to the mathematics in Escher's art, organized into areas: tessellations, polyhedra, the shape of space, the logic of space, and selfreference and information.
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 Mathematical Backgrounds  Data Shaping Solutions
An interactive, online background generator for creating mathematical backgrounds with original patterns (fractals, carpets, dithering, etc.), textures, and palettes. Matgrounds could be used by carpet designers, and has produced interesting mathematical
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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 Imagery  American Mathematical Society (AMS)
Mathematics and art come together in these albums of mathinspired and mathematicallygenerated works, which may be sent as epostcards, links to online galleries and museums, and to other resources about mathematics and art.
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 Mathematical Museum and Exhibitions  ZIB/MathNet
A selected collection of links with many images referring to the History of Mathematics, the History of Computer Science, and other Related Fields; Digital Art and Galleries collections; Visualizations and Animations of scientific data; Didactical Items,
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 Mathematical Paintings and Sculptures  Vlad Alexeev
Blog featuring artworks and sculptures based on mathematical principles, especially fractals and Escherian images.
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 Mathematical Paintings of Crockett Johnson  David Crockett Johnson; Smithsonian National Museum of American History
David Crockett Johnson was perhaps most famous for his children's book Harold and the Purple Crayon. From 1965 until his death in 1975, Crockett Johnson painted over 100 works relating to mathematics and mathematical physics. Of these paintings, eighty
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 Mathematical Palette  Guillermo Bautista
A blog that "highlights the lighter side of mathematics.... photos, paintings, songs, poems, jokes, animations, graphics, games, and puzzles and the mathematics within and about them." Posts, which date back to February, 2012, have celebrated "mathematical
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 Mathematical Poetry  Kaz Maslanka
Blog mainly of "equational poetry," which the author describes as "an artistic expression created by performing mathematical operations on words or images." Posts of "math as a language for connotation," which date back to February, 2005, have included
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 The Mathematical Tourist  Ivars Peterson
"Cool stuff" that Peterson, the Director of Publications and Communications at the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), encounters while "browsing the world of mathematics and computer science: new developments in math and its applications, old
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 The Mathematician's Shirt  Collins, Julia; and Shepherd, Madeleine
A collaboration between mathematician Julia Collins and artist Madeleine Shepherd to "design and create a series of sculptures made out of shirts and representing different concepts in mathematics." With funding by the Art Science Collaborative (ASCUS),
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 Mathematics Across the Curriculum (MATC)  Dartmouth College
An NSFfunded project which strives to integrate the study of mathematics into the whole curriculum. MATC Courses: Mathematics and the Humanities (Pattern, Chaos, Late Renaissance Thought and the New Universe, Math and Science Fiction, Geometry in Art
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 Mathematics and Art  Marc Frantz, Indiana University/Purdue University, Indianapolis
Course syllabus, topics, text, resources, lecture notes, and quizzes, predominantly available in PDF format. Topics include mathematical perspective, anamorphic art, and fractals. Includes a long page of links to other sites with math and art resources.
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 Mathematics and Music  Michael Beer
An essay in PDF format providing a short overview of the relationship between mathematics and music. Topics include: Tone and tuning: the Pythagorean perception of music; Mathematical music: Fibonacci numbers and the golden section in musical compositions;
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 mathematics  art  nature  Anne Burns, Long Island University
Burns' gallery of "mathscapes" shows examples of mathematics used to create scenery. Experiment with her interactive Flash programs and applets: Möbius transformations; a Pythagorean tree; "algorithmic 'art'"; Lissajous curves; plants using string
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 Mathematics Experiences Through Image Processing (METIP)  Steve Tanimoto; Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, Univ. of Washington
A project designed to produce and test materials that promote digital image processing as a means of motivating K12 students in mathematics and to teach mathematical concepts, encouraging teachers and students to experiment firsthand with digital images
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 Mathematics in Art and Architecture  Helmer Aslaksen
An interdisciplinary course on mathematics in art and architecture, including the pyramids, Dürer and da Vinci, kaleidoscopes, the Golden Ratio and the Platonic solids, symmetry and patterns, music, Vitruvius, mazes and labyrinths, the origin of
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 Mathematics in John Robinson's Symbolic Sculpture  University of Wales, Bangor
Art and mathematics are combined in this site, which explores Borromean Rings, The Möbius Band, Bernard Morin and the Brehm Model, The Projective Plane, Fibre Bundles, Knots and Links, Torus Knots, and Fractals through the work of sculptor John Robinson.
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 Mathematics Museum (Japan)
Exhibits: Deformation of Catenoid to Helocoid; Geometry of wallpaper patterns (with interactive examinations); MathCut Studium; SolitonLab Art Gallery; Sangaku (Japanese temple geometry problem); The beauty of surfaces; Kodawari House, Keiichi Suzuki's
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 Mathematiksoftware S I und SII (vorwiegend Shareware)  Monika Schwarze
Eine Zusammenstellung nützlicher Mathematikprogramme aus dem SharewareMarkt zur Aufarbeitung von Lernrückständen, Wiederholung und Stärkung der Sicherheit mathematischer Rechenroutinen. Vor allen die Programme für die SII dienen der Überprüfung gemachter
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 Mathematische Basteleien  Juergen Koeller
A collection of puzzles: pentominoes, Rubik's cube, tangrams, magic squares, and more. Many include directions for building a physical model of the puzzle, as well as comments on solutions. Other topics include numeric palindromes and building an origami
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 Math in Motion: Origami in the Classroom, K8  Barbara Pearl
Workshops and a book which use an interdisciplinary and manipulativebased approach to teaching mathematics, supporting the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and unfolding a positive attitude toward math and learning. Barbara Pearl developed
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 Math Models  Bathsheba Grossman
Using rapid prototyping to create her pieces, Grossman describes them as "3D meditations": metal sculptures, etched crystals, and prints of Menger sponges, Lorenz attractors, 4dimensional solids projected into 3space, and triply periodic minimal surfaces
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 Math Quilts  Rebecca Chaky
A showcase for quilters inspired by mathematical themes: geometry, perspective, topology, irrational numbers, feathered star, fractals, and tessellations and tiling, including Escher. Also a link to the Math Quilts Online Bookstore, a Reference Department,
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 MathsNet: Puzzles  Bryan Dye; MathsNet
A selection of interactive mathematical puzzles of various kinds, including: the latest puzzle; Pairs; Quiz; The DAILY puzzle; The HOURLY puzzle; The MathsWalk puzzle; MathsNet Art; GraphMaze; Numeracy; Curious and interesting numbers; Numbers in words;
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 Maths Posters in the London Underground  Andrew D. Burbanks, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
During World Mathematical Year 2000 (WMY2000), a sequence of posters will be displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground. The aim of this outreach is to bring maths to life, illustrating the wide applications of modern mathematics
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 Math That Makes You Go Wow  A MultiDisciplinary Exploration of NonOrientable Surfaces  Boittin, Callahan, Goldberg, Remes
A Web course intended for inclusion as a short segment in a late middle school or early high school math course and designed to convey the beauty and fascination of such mathematical objects as the sphere, the torus, the Klein bottle, the Mobius band,
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 Maxwell's Demon  Edmund Harriss
Harriss, a mathematician and artist of substitution tilings, tilings with a scaling symmetry like the Penrose Tiling, writes that "the major themes of this blog revolve around mathematics communication and mathematics art." His posts, which date back
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 Möbius at Fermilab  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
Sculptures by Robert R. Wilson, threedimensional versions of the usual "onesided" surface, one on the grounds of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in Batavia, IL, another near an entrance to the Science Center at Harvard University
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 M. C. Escher: (18981972)  Brendan DJ Murphy
Links to pages marketing M.C. Escher products, including posters, mugs, and tshirts.
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 M.C.Escher: Artist or Mathematician?  ThinkQuest 1997
Biographical information on Escher, images from his extensive output, a tessellations tutorial (with illustrations from Escher's notebook), and links to other Escher sites.
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 The Measurers: a Flemish Image of Mathematics in the Sixteenth Century  Museum of the History of Science, Oxford
From a 1995 exhibition centered around an unusual and important painting in the Museum's collection, known simply as 'The Measurers' (Antwerp, late 16th century). The painting depicts a range of practical activities, foremost among them mathematical instrument
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 Meddling in the Affairs of Infinity  Shohdy Nagib
How to use feedback between your video camera and your television set to produce "hypnotizing video effects" related to fractals. Site also available in Russian.
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