33 Sources.

AAA Math
The site deals with K-8 math and contains over 200 pages of lessons. Each lesson features interactive practice, challenge games and an explanation of the topic.

(Lots and lots of stuff here. Select a subject from the left side and relevant informational links appear on the right, click any one of those and you get more data...) -- Calculators, lessons, and resources!
For students and parents, includes lessons, calculators, worksheets, and other algebra resources.

Bamdad's Math Comics
This is a collection of some math related comics and cartoons I have collected or were sent to me through the years. They are displayed here for your enjoyment and educational use.

Calculus graphics -- Douglas N. Arnold
These are excerpts from a collection of graphical demonstrations I developed for first year calculus. I use many such demonstrations to illustrate and enrich my classes in the McAllister Technology Classroom. Those interested in higher math may also want to visit my page of graphics for complex analysis.

Connected Mathematics Home
For more than 75 years, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) has been dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of mathematics. It is a recognized leader in efforts to ensure an excellent mathematics education for all students and an opportunity for every mathematics teacher to grow professionally.

Convert-me.Com: Interactive measurements calculator, weights and measures / metric conversion
Convert-me.Com: Interactive units conversion. Online calculators for quick and easy conversion from meters to inches, from Celsius to Fahrenheit, from acres to hectares, etc. Convert-me.Com supports a lot of measurements and unit systems, new ones are added regularily. - An amusement park of mathematics... and more!
Very cool math stuff! Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, math puzzles and problems, tessellations, functions, limits, math links. Math for kids too!
ExploreLearning is a leading K-14 interactive content creator, partnering with major publishers and educational companies to revolutionize the way teachers teach and students learn.

Homepage for New Math Teachers
Welcome to Terri Husted's Homepage!
A Homepage for New (And Not So New) Math Teachers.

Index of Biographies
School of Mathematics and Statistics University of St Andrews, Scotland. (Famous Mathematicians)

Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
(This is a very comprehensive site devoted to Mathematics.)

MacTutor History of Mathematics (UK)
(Features: Biographies Index, History Topics Index, Famous curves index, Mathematicians of the day and Search the archive.) From: School of Mathematics and Statistics (UK) and University of St. Andrews Scotland (UK).

Mathematics Archives WWW Server
The home page of the Mathematics Archives - A comprehensive site for mathematics on the Internet.

Mathematics Department - Florida State University
This collection of Mathematics-related resources is maintained by the Florida State University Department of Mathematics as a free service to the online community.
(This site was one of first to organize links to Mathematical sites on the WWW.)

Mathematics on the Web
(Organized by the American Mathematical Society, contains a significant collection of links.)

Mathematics WWW Virtual Library [FSU Math]

Math-Net Links to the Mathematical World
(A collection of mathematical resources and related links into the Internet subdivided in the four main sections.)

mathstore | LTSN Maths, Stats & OR Network
The Maths, Stats & OR Network is hosted by the University of Birmingham in partnership with Glasgow and Nottingham Trent Universities and the RSS Centre for Statistical Education.  It is one of 24 Subject Centres within the Learning and Teaching Support Network.  These Web pages incorporate many of the resources of the earlier CTI Mathematics and Statistics sites.

Nick's Mathematical Miscellany: Nick Hobson's Homepage
Miscellaneous resources and links, including Nick's Mathematical Puzzles.

On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences - [Look Up]

Penn State University - Mathematics Information Servers
Mathematics web sites around the world and a 'primitive search engine'.

If you are looking for a user-friendly program that will help you to memorize such things as Multiplication Tables and State Capitals, then Quiz-Buddy Lite is for you.

Secondary Mathematics Assessment Resource Database (SMARD)
SMARD provides an opportunity for secondary maths teachers to share quality assessment and resources. Most of the assessment and resources available from this site have been classroom-tested, and much of it is non-traditional. You are invited to browse through our collection, select what you want and take it away. And you are certainly invited to contribute to the database!

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

S.O.S. MATHematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus etc.
MATHematics is the website of the Department of Mathematical Sciences at The University of Texas at El Paso.

The Math Forum Ask Dr. Math
The Math Forum, an online community funded in part by the National Science Foundation and hosted by Swarthmore College...
This Is Mega-Mathematics!
The MegaMath project is intended to bring unusual and important mathematical ideas to elementary school classrooms so that young people and their teachers can think about them together. MegaMath is a project of the Computer Research and Applications Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

WWW interactive mathematics server
This is the main site of WIMS (WWW Interactive Mathematics Server): interactive exercises, online calculators and plotters, mathematical recreation and games.

Welcome to Camel - Bienvenue à Camel
The Web service of the Canadian Mathematical Society.
(Resources and Links, always resources and links...)

Welcome to Math Homework Help!
E-mail me your math problems, and I will send back step-by-step solutions! Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, College Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II. Voted "Best Math Homework Helper" by Yahoo! Internet life Sept. '97.

WELCOME to the Mathematics Home Page
This multidisciplinary project which includes math, history, English and thinking skills is designed for fifth through eighth graders. It will allow students to discover the approximate value of, an irrational number, using measurement and reporting the data, applying formulas, problem solving and participating in a collaborative project utilizing Internet resources.
(Teachers Resources is the place to go...)

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