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The MAA Mathematical Association of America) digital website is many resources and additional links to wide variety of math topics

Math in Daily Life
This site is from The Annenberg Foundation website. It discusses how we use math in our lives. Many of the links here were found on that site.
Get homework help from a Live Community. Ask a question and someon typically responds in two hours or less, and generally right away.

Math World
This is Wolfram’s math site (Mathmatica)

The Math Forum
This is a large, searchable collection of excellent math resources, from math news to teaching. The Math Forum is the home of Ask Dr. Math, an online math question-and-answer service for students

This site contains news, publications, careers and conference information, and other resources pertaining to the field of mathematics. These are collected by the AMS (American Mathematical Society).

Mathematical Programming Glossary
Harvey Greenberg’s wonderful glossary can be found here. H.J. Greenberg. Mathematical Programming Glossary. World Wide Web,, 1996-2004.


Studying Math and Math Anxiety Links

Math Anxiety Resources
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Other Math Links

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
This site has information on math and science education reform and standards, plus math puzzles, games, and links.

Math Encyclopedia
What is an abacus? What did Euclid discover? Find answers to these and other questions with this easy to browse math encyclopedia.

How accurate is polling? Find out about statistics concepts through the case study of a fictional election.

NOVA Online: The Proof
Explore mathematicians' efforts to crack Fermat's Last Theorem, a supposedly unsolvable equation.
Lesson plans, career resources, homework help, puzzles, and quizzes.

Curious and Useful Math
This site has multiplication and division tricks, famous math tales, word problems, and other curious and useful math oddities.


Game Theory & Educational Math Games
When you think of the term "math", the word game or fun doesn't usually come to mind. But mathematicians actually have a term called "game theory" that they use to define strategical situations.

Math Is Way Cool
A National Public Radio program exploring our current fascination with numbers. Listen to this radio show on the Web in RealAudio format. Requires RealAudio Player.

This is MEGAMathematics!
A project of the Los Alamos National Research Laboratory, this site has puzzles, a glossary, and special topics on math concepts such as infinity, graphs, and algorithms.

Absurd Math Interactive
Use your math skills to navigate through this bizarre world, dodging the thought police as you try to unravel the secrets of problem solving. A pop-up "mathulator" (calculator) helps you move from level to level.

The Numeracy Home Page
Links, puzzles, and other numeracy activities for adults designed to encourage interest in math.

U.S. Census Bureau
A large collection of government statistics and articles on census controversies, population growth, and demographics. Don't miss the up-to-the-minute U.S. and world population clocks.

The Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher
Explore the art of M.C. Escher, who used math ideas to create beautiful—and seemingly impossible—images.


The Man Who Makes Sense of Numbers
A Fortune article describing the work of Yale professor Edward Tufte, whose mission is to improve the way we visually present data and information.

A Common Book of Pi
Facts, formulas, and articles about pi from a mathematics professor.

The Pi Pages
Everything you ever wanted to know about the number pi: its history, how many decimal places it's been calculated to, and much more.

The Pi Trivia Game
Think you know everything there is to know about pi? Try this trivia game and test your knowledge.

The Chance Database Welcome Page
Teaching aids, supporting links, sample syllabi, and other materials to help teachers present probability and statistics lessons in the classroom.

Project Blue
A probability tutorial from the University of Washington. Explore the "Gambler's Fallacy," probability in decision making, and other topics.

A collection of useful calculators on the Web, from tools for calculating your debt repayment to ones for figuring how much life insurance you need.


Retire on a Bundle: The Magic of Compound Interest
This compound interest calculator figures how much money you'll have if you continue to make deposits into your account over the years. You can also read quick tips on investing and saving for retirement.

Bank Rate Monitor
This informative site monitors information such as banking news and average credit card rates and terms.

Bureau International des Poids et Mesures
This organization's site (available in French or English) features metric conversion charts, standards information, and more.

Usenet Cookbook Index
Find dozens of recipes listed with either metric or English ingredient measures.

Metric Conversion Card
Use this easy chart to convert inches to centimeters, pounds to kilograms, Fahrenheit to Celsius, and more.

Edmund's Do-It-Yourself Guide to Leasing
Advice on leasing from Edmund's, a consumer-oriented car information service.

Automobile Leasing: The Art of the Deal
A guide to the terms and concepts of automobile leasing.

Research the MSRPs, residual values, and other information for numerous car makes.

Mathematics on the Internet


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A+ Math
Games, flashcards, and homework help for elementary students.
Grades K-6. Flashcards for learning arithmetic, "Ask the Experts" and math biographies.

MathWorld Interactive
Educational problem-solving project for students.

Self-instructional Mathematics Tutorials
Courses in fractions, decimals, tables, graphs, and algebra.



Abstract Algebra Online
Contains definitions and theorems.

Algebra Homework Help Center
Offers a variety of practice problems, SAT preparation lessons, and more.

Algebra Online
Free service offering private tutoring, a message board, and live chat.

Algebra Solutions
Offers solutions, mini-lessons, and worksheets from

Resource for students and parents with lessons, and various algebra calculators.

Algebraic Number Theory Archives

Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra
Text by Edwin H. Connell, available to download for free in whole or part.

Felecia's Algebra Tutorial
Tips on general, pre-algebra, and algebra math.

Introduction to Algebra
Provides a number of example problems.

MathWorld Interactive
Educational problem-solving project for students.

Ms. Lindquist
Web-based system for tutoring students in writing expressions for algebra word problems.

Your Algebra Resource - offers homework guidelines, links, modules, and a math study skills self-survey.

Quadratic Equation

SOS Mathematics: Algebra
Covers fractions, complex numbers, quadratic equations, solving equations, exponential functions, and more.



Ask Mr. Calculus
Help with your math questions for subjects up to and including calculus. Includes answers to past AB and BC Calculus free response questions.

Calculus & Mathematica
An attempt to change the way calculus and differential equations are taught, both at the high school and university level.

Calculus History
Offers a look back into the history of the science.

Calculus of Variations

Calculus Page, The
Resources for the calculus student, instructor, and links to other resources.

Directory of related topics, courses, applications, technology, and more.

Tutorial written in TeX and converted to PDF format.

Integrator, The
Enter any integral and watch the site solve it for you.

Interactive Learning in Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications

Karl's Calculus Tutor

Unified Analysis
Papers that explore a new point of view on the calculus, inspired by the realization that a stronger definition of the limit can banish divergence from the logical foundations of the subject.

Visual Calculus