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Comprehensive Math Sites
American Mathematical Society
An service providing nformation on the American Mathematical Society, its activities, and its publications; includes professional information and much current awareness information on math education, science policy in the U.S. , etc.
Mathematics WWW Virtual Library
Well organized guide to math resources arranged in categories.
The Math Forum
A comprehensive Web directory of math resources on the Internet; strong emphasis on teaching
A valuable set of math reference tables.
NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions
Online handbook of mathematical functions developed by the National
Institute of Standards and Technology.
STEM Career Resources
A list of websites that provides information on STEM careers. From the University of Rhode Island.
Maintained at UTEP, a "free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations!" More than 2,500 pages of easy-to-understand explanations aimed at undergrads.
A listing of 16 famous unsolved problems in math.
Wolfram Math World
An encyclopedic Web site containing definitions and discussions of every aspect of mathematics.
Math Education/Instructional Materials
A joint venture by Middlebury, Grinnell, Spelman, University of California San Diego, University of Minnesota, and Dartmouth; it contains materials designed to help teach a Chance course or a more standard introductory probability or statistics course.
Emphasizing materials used in the teaching of mathematics, the Archives is particularly strong in its collection of educational software. Other areas range from laboratory notebooks and problem sets to lecture notes and reports on innovative methods.
Math, Statistics, and Computational Science
A server provides information about activities and services at NIST related to applied mathematics, statistics, and computational science.
NIST Guide to Available Mathematical Software
GAMS is a repository of mathematical and statistical software components of use in computational science and engineering. It indexes four software repositories containing some 9000 problem-solving modules from more than 80 software packages.