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Miscellaneous



Puzzles with polyhedra and numbers

Make your own mathematical puzzles! Models of puzzles produced by the Portuguese Mathematical Society are free for downloading (for non-commercial purposes). Articles by Jorge Rezende of the University of Lisbon discuss how these puzzles can be used in combinatorics, group theory, and other fields.

MacTutor History of Mathematics archive

A fun site with pictures of mathematicians; historical information about mathematicians and mathematics.

Graphing Calculator

A wonderful useful tool for visualizing mathematics. Free demos, special prices for students. (We have no financial interest in recommending this software ­ we just like it.)

Mathematics on the Web, via the AMS

Links to electronic journals, publishers, databases, etc.

 

 

 

Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics

This site, sponsored by Wolfram Research, the makers of Mathematica, serves as a mathematical encyclopedia. You can find, among many other things, a list (and discussion) of "refuted conjectures.''

MIT open courses 

Mathematics societies

The Mathematical Association of America

The American Mathematical Society

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

The Association for Women in Mathematics

American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges

Other mathematics associations, societies and organizations, via the AMS

Math teacher career guide

S.O.S. Mathematics

    Math review from algebra to differential equations and an extensive list of links to other math sites on the Web, for high school students on up.

More books online

     Listing from the American Mathematical Society