Mathematics

Math Links

Here are some links to sites with mathematical content.  Contact the webmaster if a link is no longer valid.

"First and Foremost"

This page (from Fred Lemmerhirt at Waubonsee Community College of Sugar Grove, IL) is a gateway to Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Department webpages from Universities and Colleges (2-year and 4-year) around the world.  It is an invaluable resource for students and faculty worldwide, and it is just so impressive that it must be at the top of the links list.  Kudos to Fred for his excellent work!

Professional Organizations

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA)

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC)

The American Mathematical Society (AMS)

The California Mathematics Council, Community Colleges (CMC3)

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

Math Puzzles and Questions

Mathpuzzle.com

Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles

Unsolved Mathematics Problems  at Mathsoft.com.

Thinks.com

A catalog of technology-based calculus questions from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Other Math-y Sites

Mathematics WWW Virtual Library at Florida State University

Math and Science Gateway at Cornell University.

International Mathematical Union

Biographies of Women Mathematicians from Agnes Scott College.

Math Forum  at Swarthmore.

Coolmath.com

Math.com

A Catalog of statistical studies from Sonoma State University.

 An Archive of Mathematics History at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. 

Catalog  of mathematical resources at the University of Wisconsin.

The Mathematical Atlas,  by Dave Rusin.

Math Humor  Links Page

Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics and The Probability/Statistics Object Library, both from the University of Alabama at Huntsville.

A Sightseer's Guide to Engineering

Who wants to be a millionaire?

You may think you have to endure 15 trivia questions from Regis in order to achieve this goal.  Fear not--the Clay Mathematics Institute has announced its MILLENNIUM PRIZE PROBLEMS!  Seven deep, unsolved questions from diverse areas of mathematics have been offered for public consideration, each carrying a one million dollar  prize if you solve it!  Visit the site by clicking one of the links above to view the questions, their historical context and the rules of the contest.