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  1. Macsyma - Macsyma, Inc.
    Publishers of advanced symbolic/numerical/graphical mathematical software and PDEase finite element analysis software. Macsyma is a combination of mathematics program, graphics software and text processor, with advanced graphics and animation, fast calculations, ...more>>

  2. The Magical Maze: The Natural World and the Mathematical Mind - Prof. Ian Stewart; Mathematics Dept., University of Warwick, UK
    At every step in a mathematical investigation you are faced with choices: some choices lead in fruitful directions, most do not. So mathematics is a maze - a logical maze, a mental maze which attempts to parallel the maze of cause and effect that we observe ...more>>

  3. The MagicMazes at CONK! Hard Maze - Don Dodson
    Mazes randomly generated on the fly for you to print out and solve. Reloading the page instantly produces a new maze. An easier maze is also available. ...more>>

  4. Maps (Geometry and the Imagination) - Conway, Doyle, Gilman, Thurston; The Geometry Center
    A map in the plane is a collection of vertices and edges (possibly curved) joining the vertices such that if you cut along the edges the plane falls apart into polygons. These polygons are called the faces. A map on the sphere or any other surface is ...more>>

  5. Mark D. Meyerson - Mathematics Dept., U.S. Naval Academy
    Professor Meyerson's research interests as illustrated on his Web page include: An animated proof of the Pythagorean Theorem; Fractals (a piece of the Mandelbrot Set); finding high accuracy estimates of the "Lorenz attractor" using "continuous analytic ...more>>

  6. Mark McClure
    Mark McClure is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Asheville researching real analysis, specifically fractal measure and dimension. Papers on these topics may be downloaded in gzipped PostScript format; a paper involving Julia ...more>>

  7. Mark Newbold's Page - Mark Newbold
    Home page of a physics and math enthusiast. Contains: Java stuff (HyperSlice - Hyperspace Polytope Slicer, animated Necker cube, counter-rotating spirals, stereoscopic animated hyperspace objects); stereoscopic 3D stuff (3-D HyperCube Java applet, anaglyphs); ...more>>

  8. 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 ...more>>

  9. 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 ...more>>

  10. Mathemagic Activities - Cyberspace Middle School (CMS)/Larry Dennis, Florida State University.
    Tricks based on simple mathematics, but which to those who don't understand the mathematics may seem magical. Since these tricks are based on mathematics, they are relatively easy to do and are pretty close to foolproof. Book recommendations and trick ...more>>

  11. Mathematica Courseware Catalog - Wolfram Research, Inc.
    Developed as a resource for the academic community, the Mathematica Courseware Catalog is an ever-growing and broad-ranging collection of course materials that make significant use of Mathematica. Search by keyword or browse by subject: see, in particular, ...more>>

  12. Mathematica in Higher Education - Wolfram Research
    Lessons, resources, books, and classroom packs for making Mathematica software an integral part of math education in university and college classrooms. Also features Mathematica versions geared and priced for students, as well as flexible academic purchase ...more>>

  13. Mathematical Connections - Whittle, Luoma; Dept. of Learning Support, Augusta State University
    "Exploring the Interplay Between Mathematics and the Humanities." A forum for exploring the interplay between mathematics and the humanities, including, but not limited to, the relationship between mathematics and the arts, anthropology, history, literature, ...more>>

  14. Mathematically Speaking
    "Thoughts and ideas about mathematics in the media, popular views of mathematics, and being a mathematician." This college professor's posts, which date back to April, 2009, have included "Crocheting and Hyperbolic Space," "Topology and the Moore Method ...more>>

  15. Mathematical Publications - ZIB/Math-Net
    A page on electronic publishing in mathematics, with sections on mathematical journals and bibliographies, separated into references to E-journals, General Journals and Bibliographies, and Subject Specific Journals and Bibliographies. Also Preprint Archives, ...more>>

  16. Mathematical Snippets - Mathematics Dept., Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA
    Illustrated descriptions of six mathematical concepts: the Pythagorean Theorem, Archimedes' Tombstone, the Möbius Strip, the Koch Snowflake Curve, Plateau's Problem (minimal surfaces), and Counting to Infinity. Each snippet contains a very brief ...more>>

  17. 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 ...more>>

  18. Mathematical Visualization - David Banks, ICASE
    Interacting With Surfaces in 4D Illustrations of: Torus Rotating in R4; Steiner Surface showing triple point; Crosscap; Striped Crosscap; Double Crosscap; Klein Bottle containing Möbius band; Sudanese Surface: Möbius band w/ circular boundary; ...more>>

  19. 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 ...more>>

  20. The Mathematics and Origin of String Figures - Martin Probert
    A mathematical analysis of string figures and their relation to knot theory (Cat's Cradle, Jacob's Ladder, etc.), comments on their history and origins, and original string figure designs by the author. ...more>>

  21. Mathematics Archives - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    A comprehensive site for finding mathematics on the Internet; particularly strong in its collection of educational software and links to other sites of interest to mathematicians that provide access to electronic journals, preprint services, grant information, ...more>>

  22. Mathematics Illuminated - Annenberg Media
    A video course for adult learners, high school and college teachers; 13 half-hour video programs, online text, course guide, and Web site; graduate credit available. "Rather than a series of problems to be solved, mathematics is presented as play we engage ...more>>

  23. 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. ...more>>

  24. Mathematics - Jo Edkins
    Original math primers organized into "for the very young" (numbers, angles, and games); patterns and shapes (symmetry, tessellations, and solid shapes with nets, pictures, and facts); numbers (Egyptian, Babylonian, Chinese, Greek, Roman, Mayan and Arabic ...more>>

  25. 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 ...more>>

  26. Mathematics Museum (Japan)
    Exhibits: Deformation of Catenoid to Helocoid; Geometry of wallpaper patterns (with interactive examinations); Math-Cut Studium; Soliton-Lab Art Gallery; Sangaku (Japanese temple geometry problem); The beauty of surfaces; Kodawari House, Keiichi Suzuki's ...more>>

  27. Mathematics Preprints - Mathematics Dept., Penn State University
    Preprints: general (American Mathematical Society Preprints; Hypatia; xxx E-print Archives; and the Front End for the xxx Mathematics Archive), and by subject area. ...more>>

  28. Mathematik.com
    Pages on topics in Mathematics: Gradus Suavitatis (Euler's music theory); Turing (input and output of a Turing machine); Billiard (Sinai billiard, a chaotic dynamical system); Abacus (the world's first computing system); Flexible Surface (the example ...more>>

  29. Mathematiques Interactives en Java et OpenGL - aetius (Sylvain Deshayes)
    Several applets, all instructions and description in French, and including source code: SurfaceGL, Surface3D, Zernike, géométrie du triangle, Poncelet, les 6 cercles de Miquel, 4 droites et 4 cercles, systèmes différentiels, ...more>>

  30. 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, ...more>>

  31. Math e-Print Archive - Dept. of Mathematics, Florida State University
    Papers/abstracts to view and download (the files are in gzipped postscript format) by members of the Mathematics Department at Florida State University. Papers are listed in reverse chronological order. ...more>>

  32. Math Explorers' Club - Cornell Department of Mathematics
    Self-contained modules of activities and other materials for middle and high school teachers to give their students experience with more advanced topics in mathematics, such as combinatorics and cryptology, graph theory, probability and applications, ...more>>

  33. MathGuide - Lower Saxony State and University Library, Göttingen (SUB), Germany
    An Internet-based 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 ...more>>

  34. Math Images - The Math Forum @ Drexel, the National Sciences Digital Library (NSDL), and Swarthmore College
    The Math Images Project aims to introduce the public to mathematics through beautiful and intriguing images found throughout the fields of math. The images feature resources around the mathematics of the images, including discussions, applets, and ...more>>

  35. Mathlinks.info - Ronald N. Gibson, M.D.
    A portal to mathematics resources on the internet; links to college-level mathematics sites, categorized. ...more>>

  36. 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 ...more>>

  37. Mathology - Il portale della matematica - Nicolò Martini
    Articles about algebra, analysis, calculus, topology, metamathematics, number theory, etc. In Italian. ...more>>

  38. Math Professor Quotes
    Blog of "the absurd things math professors say." Submit your own teacher's quirky head-scratchers, or browse the collective archive, which dates back to July, 2012. ...more>>

  39. Math Puzzle of the Week - Ed Pegg, Jr.
    A site that celebrates math puzzles and mathematical recreations. Ed Pegg is a twenty-year member of the National Puzzler's League, and frequently contributes to the New York Times crossword, Games magazine, and National Public Radio's Sunday Puzzler. ...more>>

  40. 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, ...more>>

  41. 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. ...more>>

  42. MathSource - Wolfram Research
    An extensive electronic library of Mathematica material and notebooks, with over 100,000 pages of immediately accessible Mathematica programs, documents, examples, and more. You may browse the archive or search by author, title, keyword, or item number. ...more>>

  43. Math That Makes You Go Wow - A Multi-Disciplinary Exploration of Non-Orientable 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, ...more>>

  44. MathWorld: Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics - Eric W. Weisstein and Wolfram Research, Inc.
    A full-text 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, ...more>>

  45. Math WWW VL: Specialized Fields - Dept. of Mathematics, Florida State University
    Links to sites for resources in specialized fields in college-level mathematics. ...more>>

  46. 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 ...more>>

  47. Maze Design - Adrian Fisher
    What's new in the maze world? The latest maze news, plus general maze information: Tessellations & Tiling Patterns; 1998 Dragon Maize Mazes; World's Best Mazes for families to visit; World Maze Database (all the mazes on Earth, country by country); ...more>>

  48. Möbius and his Band - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    A Möbius band (or strip) is a surface with only one side and one edge. You can make one by joining the two ends of a long strip of paper after giving one end a 180-degree twist. An article about a geometrical theory of polyhedra; Euler's formula ...more>>

  49. Möbius in the Playground - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Many people are familiar with the remarkable one-sided surface known as the Moebius band. You can easily make one by gluing or taping together the two ends of a long strip of paper after giving one end a half twist... At the Sugar Sand Science Playground ...more>>

  50. MERLOT Mathematics Portal - MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
    Free higher-education online teaching materials, and a user community centered around those materials. Free registration allows users to create, contribute, collect, and comment on resources, or become a peer reviewer or guest speaker. The site offers ...more>>

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