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# Mathematics Research Guide

Electronic Resources

**
American Mathematical Society** Provides a link to the journals published by
the AMS and to MathSciNet - Mathematical
Reviews on the Web.

**Calculus on the Web** **COW** is an internet utility for learning and practicing calculus.

**Finite Mathematics
and Applied Calculus Resource Page** A variety of tools, tutorials,
and simulators.

**Links to Web
Sites on the History of Mathematics**

**Math Archives **Teaching
materials, software, WWW links organized by Mathematical Topics.
Searchable database.

**The Math Forum** Information
for K-16 math teachers from Swarthmore College.

**Math2.org** Dozens to math tables and
other resources

**Mathematical Association
of America** Information on mathematics
education including competitions and general book reviews. Includes
online magazines and open source materials.

**Mathematical Atlas:** a Gateway to Modern Mathematics A collection of short
articles designed to provide an introduction to the areas of modern
mathematics and pointers to further information, as well as answers
to some common (or not!) questions. The material is arranged in
a hierarchy of disciplines, each with its own index page.

**Mathematical Sciences Digital
Library** Currently the Library is composed of the following:
The Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications (JOMA), Digital
Classroom Resources (DCR), and Convergence (Online magazine for
the history of mathematics)

**Mathematics
on the Net** Langara College's Department of Math & Physics
web site.

**MathServ
Calculus Toolkit** Users can perform many different types of mathematical
calculations, both numerically and symbolically. From Vanderbilt
University.

**Measure 4 Measure:
Science/Math**** **

**NIST DigitalMath Lib:** NIST digital library
of mathematical functions Abramowitz and Stegun's Handbook of
Mathematical Functions (with Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical
Tables) was first published by the National Bureau of Standards
in 1964. It remains a technical best-seller and is among the most
widely cited of all math reference compendia. But the Handbook is
increasingly out-of-date. A project is underway at the National
Institute of Standards and Technology (the heir to NBS) to develop
a replacement which will become a major resource of math reference
data for special functions and their applications.

**S.O.S. Mathematics** A free resource
for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations! The perfect study site for high school, college students and
adult learners. Get help to do
your homework, refresh your memory, prepare for a test, ....

**WINKS Program Tutorials** Tutorials for statistical analysis that include explanations of
terms and techniques.

**WWW Virtual Library:
Mathematics** A web site maintained by the Florida State University
Department of Mathematics.