Mathematics Links
 American Regions Math League.

Clay Mathematics
Institute: One Million Dollar math problems.

Common Errors in Undergraduate Mathematics.
 Competitions:
 Experimental Mathematics
Web Site, related to two volume book of the same title.
 Figure This!
math challenges for families.

Cuttheknot.org, interactive mathematics miscellany and
puzzles, with many nice geometric proofs.
 HeyMath.net,
electronic learning system to help students learn math
more effectively.
 Interactive
DIfferential Equations

Math
Connections, integrated math books for grades 912.

Mathematical modeling
 Mathematics
Illuminated, free 13part online course for adults and
teachers about mathematics.

Mathematics
Teaching in the Middle School.
 Miegakure,
game to aid exploring four dimensions.

Minimal surfaces (MSRI link).
 Mudd
Math Fun Facts.
 National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics, with a link to the Curriculum and
Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics.

Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.
 Online math and statistics books:
 Abramovitz
and Stegun: Handbook of Mathematical Functions, 10e
 Advanced
Calculus by Loomis and Sternberg. Book used in Math 55 at Harvard
in '60s and early '70s.

Calculus
and Linear Algebra. Vol. 1 Vectors in the Plane and OneVariable
Calculus
Calculus and Linear Algebra. Vol. 2: Vectors Spaces, ManyVariable
Calculus, and Differential Equations

Elementary
Calculus: An Infinitesimal Approach by Jerome Keisler, how to do
calculus using Robinson's infinitesimals.
 A First Course in
Linear Algebra by Robert Beezer (2006).
 FLCT:
Funny Little Calculus Text
 Introduction
to Probability by Charles Grinstead and J. Laurie Snell.
 Mathematical
Tools for Physics by James Nearing.
 A
New View of Statistics by Will G. Hopkins (2004).
 OpenIntro Statistics

Plane Geometry: An Elementary Textbook by Doron
Zeilberger.
 Probability
Theory: The Logic of Science by E. T. Jaynes.
 Theory of
Equations by Barry H Dayton.
 Origami
 Project Euler, mathematics
challenges that require programming and mathematical insights to solve.
 Puzzles
 Strogatz New York Times columns
 2010
columns: "Elements of Math"

2012 columns: "Me, Myself, and Math"
Henry
Greenside's home page
Department of Physics