 Mathematics in Europe  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of European mathematics, with relevant Web sites, a list of mathematicians, and a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in Greece  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Greek mathematics, with maps, cities, a list of mathematicians, links to sources, and a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in India  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Indian mathematics, with a list of mathematicians, a map, and a Bibliography.
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 Mathematics in Japan  David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
Resources on the history of Japanese mathematics, with a list of mathematicians, a Bibliography, and a map.
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 Mathematics Journals (AMS)  American Mathematical Society
A list of mathematics journals with articles on the Web and a list of Web sites for printed journals, with tables of contents of issues, abstracts of papers, actual papers, information about submissions and subscriptions, etc. See also the Annual Listing
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 Mathematics  Nancy McGough, Infinite Ink
Infinite Ink's primary mathematical interest is foundations of mathematics, including standard and nonstandard logics, set theories, and other mathematical frameworks. This page contains links to other Web resources and information on Infinity, Set Theory,
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 Mathematics of Cartography  Cynthia Lanius
A map is a set of points, lines, and areas all defined both by position with reference to a coordinate system and by nonspatial attributes. These pages discuss how maps are used, give examples of different kinds of maps, and cover map history and math
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 The Mathematics of Fermat's Last Theorem  Charles Daney
A paper describing the math behind the proof, with links at each stage to related resources and suggestions for some recent books that provide more background. If you have read about number theory you know that Fermat's Last Theorem has been one of the
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 Mathematics of the Incas  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay on the mathematics of the Incas, a civilization that developed a method of recording numerical information that did not require writing, involving knots in strings called quipu. With references and other related web sites.
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 Mathematics Related Articles  AllRefer.com
Browse mathematicsrelated entries from the Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 2003 edition. Further subjects available from the main page.
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 Mathematics  World Lecture Hall
Links to pages created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver math class materials: course syllabi, assignments, lecture notes, exams, class calendars, multimedia textbooks, etc. Advanced Integer Programming, Advanced Linear Programming,
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 Mathenomicon.net
Online mathematical reference, covering a wide range of topics (Algebra, Analysis & Calculus, Applied Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Foundations of Mathematics, Geometry, History & Biography, Language & Symbols, Number Theory, Probability & Statistics,
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 MathGuide  Lower Saxony State and University Library, Göttingen (SUB), Germany
An Internetbased subject gateway to scholarly relevant information in mathematics, with subject and source type catalogues, and a search engine. Resources are described and evaluated, new resources are continuously added, and already cataloged resources
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 MathGuide  State and University Library, Göttingen, Germany
An Internetbased subject gateway to scholarly relevant information in mathematics. Resources (over 1100 records) are described and evaluated with a set of Dublin Core metadata. Catalog lists resources by mathematical subject and source type (universities,
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 mathhistorylist  MAA, Math Forum
An unmoderated group hosted by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and dealing with the history of mathematics, including announcements of meetings, new books and articles; discussion of the teaching of the history of math; and questions that
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 Math History: René Descartes  ThinkQuest 1996
A biographical sketch with a discussion of his accomplishments and contributions. From SMATT (Science, Math, and Technology Tutorials).
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 Math Homework Help
Email contact for homework help in prealgebra, algebra I and II, college algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. Site also contains a math history timeline; math dictionary; some basic differentiation and integration rules; trigonometric
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 Math Is Marvelous  Bette Veteto; Univ. of Memphis, Memphis, TN
A site designed to add a reading and writing component to the author's math classes. See, in particular, her History of Math Outline.
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 Math Jokes and Archimedes  Julian Rubin
A collection of K12 Mathematics jokes studded with science links, pictures and stamps describing math's history and Archimedes' life and work. The jokes are short, not complicated or abusive.
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 Mathlinks.info  Ronald N. Gibson, M.D.
A portal to mathematics resources on the internet; links to collegelevel mathematics sites, categorized.
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 Math Listings (Online Schoolyard)  Comcast Online Communications
Links to selected math sites in the following categories: About Math in the Real World; Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide; Algebra Avenue; Counting Corner; General Topics; Geometry; History of Mathematics; Measurements; PreCalculus/Calculus; Probability/Statistics/
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 Math Marvels  Mrs. O'Brien's Sequential III Honors math class
Students from Mrs. O'Brien's Sequential III Honors math class created this project with the intention of learning about a mathematician whose work has influenced the course of mathematics as well as curriculum. The pages feature information on the lives
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 Math Mutation  Erik Seligman
These "show notes" accompany a short podcast of the same name that explores "fun, interesting, or just plain weird corners of mathematics that you probably didn't hear in school." Posts, which date back to December, 2011, have included "Flat People Give
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 MathNet  KonradZuseZentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin (ZIB)
A collection of mathematical resources and related Web links in the following sections: General Resources; Publications; Information Providers; Software (research software in the public domain); Educational Resources; Special Interest Groups Archives;
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 Mathographies  Bellevue Community College (BCC)
Biographical sketches of prominent mathematicians in history: Maria Agnesi; Archimedes; Babylonian and Moslem Algebra, Cubic Equations, Tartaglia; David Blackwell; Jerome Cardano; AugustinLouis Cauchy; Rene Descartes; Perci Diaconis; Paul Erdos; Leonard
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 Math Open Reference  John Page
Page's free online geometry textbook provides interactive animations of geometry topics to enliven the teaching process and give students a deeper level of comprehension. With a glossary, quizzes, simulations such as "how to read a protractor," a graphing
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 Math Pages  Kevin Brown
A collection of over 600 brief articles covering a huge variety of mathematical topics. Contents include: Number Theory; Combinatorics; Geometry; Algebra; Calculus and Differential Equations; Probability and Statistics; Set Theory and Foundations; History
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 Math Professor Quotes
Blog of "the absurd things math professors say." Submit your own teacher's quirky headscratchers, or browse the collective archive, which dates back to July, 2012.
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 Math  Science Search
Science Search is a directory for scientific topics, including this subsection of Math. Individual entries include description, category, and a user rating of the site.
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 Math Teacher Link  Professional Development Consortium for Mathematics Teachers
A website designed to deliver professional development opportunities and classroom resources to teachers of mathematics, statistics, and related subjects at the high school and lower division college levels. Classroom resources include links to sites
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 Math Terms  Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
Why was the letter m selected to represent slope? What's the name of the "fraction bar"? What are some sources of information about math terms and symbols?
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 Math Tour  ThinkQuest 1998
A site designed to be entertaining and to bring together people of all ages with a wide range of math skills to interact and explore mathematics, featuring original math problems, humorous proofs of theorems, funny stories, and interesting facts about
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 Math Words, and Some Other Words, of Interest  Pat Ballew
Why do they call it a right angle? Where did the word hundred come from? A
list of over 120 mostly math words, and their origins.
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 MathWorld: Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics  Eric W. Weisstein and Wolfram Research, Inc.
A fulltext searchable, comprehensive alphabetical encyclopedia of math terms, equations, and derivations, with explanations, examples, references, and much more. Everything from Abacus to Zsigmondy Theorem. (Formerly the CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics,
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 Matrices and Determinants  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay describing the history of matrices and determinants from the 2nd century B.C. through the early 20th century, with 13 references (books/articles).
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 A Matter of Time  Thinkquest 2007
This site examines the concept of time, in both English and Greek, from its suggested beginning to its projected end. It explores and engages the reader with varying views of time from scientific, religious, and cultural perspectives.
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 The Mayan Adventure
Multipage, JAVAbased, Mayan Adventure games, meant to be fun and instructive. Learn the Mayan number system and mathematics, the Mayan system of timekeeping, and significant facts about Mayan culture and history; learn to decipher up to 40 percent of
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 Mayan Arithmetic  Steven Fought
A discussion of the importance of the Mayan symbol for zero and a tutorial on adding Mayan numbers by Steven Fought, written when he was a junior at Strath Haven High School in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.
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 Mayan Dating, Mayan Astronomy  Bohumil and Vladimir Bohm
Articles describing the calculation of the correlation between the Mayan and Christian systems of dating, and the results of Mayan Astronomy in the Dresden Codex and the Correlation between the Mayan and Christian Systems of Dating. In English, Spanish,
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 Mayan Mars  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
In 1601, Johannes Kepler undertook the challenge of deciphering the orbit of Mars and developing a mathematical theory of its motion to fit observations of the planet's changing position in the sky. In assuming that Earth itself traveled around the sun,
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 Mayan mathematics  MacTutor Math History Archives
Linked essay on the mathematical achievements of the people of the Yucatan peninsula, with a description of the Mayan base twenty number system was a base twenty system and illustrations of the Mayan numerals. With references and other related web sites.
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 Mayan Numbers  Rhonda Robinson; Virtual Science and Mathematics Fair
This 1995 report explores the number system of the Mayans, which was in some respects very similar to ours: they used a symbol for 0 and had symbols for the numbers 0  19.
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 The Mayan Numerals  Michiel Berger
(See also the Maya Calendar page.) Instead of ten digits, the Mayans used a base number of 20. They also used a system of bars and dots as "shorthand" for counting: a dot stood for one and a bar stood for five. This page provides a table of numerals and
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 MayaQuest  Classroom Connect
In February 1995, the MayaQuest team led by adventurer Dan Buettner embarked upon a wholly kiddirected bicycle expedition into the Maya world of Guatemala, Mexico, Belize and Honduras. The goal of the threemonth expedition was to engage kids and their
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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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 Measuring America  Andro Linklater
Measuring America is the story of why America has ended up with its unique system of weights and measures — the American Customary System, unlike any other in the world — and how this has profoundly shaped our country and culture. In the process, the
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 Memory, Mental Arithmetic, and Mathematics  MacTutor Math History Archives
All the mathematicians whose biographies are given in the MacTutor archive exhibited extraordinary mental powers. This article examines a few mathematicians who showed extraordinary powers of memory and calculating, together with a number of people who
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 Mesopotamian Mathematics  Duncan J. Melville, St. Lawrence University
The origins of mathematics in Mesopotamia from the earliest tokens, through the development of Sumerian mathematics to the grand flowering in the Old Babylonian period, and on into the later periods of Mesopotamian history. Organized into background;
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 The Metric System (SI): A Concise Reference Guide  David Bartlett
Accurate but concise information intended to clarify the mysteries of the Système International d'Unités (SI), for both the layman and the expert. Introduction, a brief history, the base and supplementary units, derived units, SI prefixes,
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