# List of Links

## ZiiZoo

Find an online math tutor: providing student-to-student tutoring for high school and college students in need of help with homework.

## American Mathematical Society

American Mathematical Society: Mathematics Research and Scholarship

## Cool Math

Cool Math: An Amusement Park of Math and More

## Northeast & The Islands Regional Technology in Education Consortium

Mathematics Resources for Education

## Math2 (Formerly Dave's Math Tables)

English and Spanish Math Tables: Learn about different math subjects and their topics.

## Vocational Information Center

Tutorials, Formulas, Directories: Lots of fun on this page

## POP Math

Did you ever wonder what made your teacher get so excited about some topic in Mathematics?

## The Yahoo Mathematics Page

A page of many Math related sites

## Favourite Mathematical Constants

Maintained by Steven Finch (Mathsoft, USA). Information on a collection of well-known, and some more obscure constants

## Biography of Mathematicians

Decide on a Mathematician to research. Use the resources to help summarize his/her biography.

## Earliest uses of mathematical symbols and words

Maintained by Jeff Miller (New Port Richey, USA). Contains information and discussion on the first occurrence of mathematical symbols and words. Jeff Miller also maintains a page of mathematicians' images on postage stamps

## History of Mathematics

Maintained by David E. Joyce (Clark University, USA). Including a comprehensive chronology of mathematicians

## History of Statistics and Probability

Maintained by D. R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland). Including excerpts from W. W. Rouse Ball's **A short account of the history of mathematics**

## Math Archives History of Mathematics

Maintained by Earl Fife and Larry Hutch (University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA). Many links to other sites.

## The British Society for the History of Mathematics

Maintained by A Mann (University of Greenwich, UK). Many links to other sites and including a Mathematical Gazetteer of Great Britain maintained by David Singmaster (South Bank University, UK)

## Encyclopaedia Britannica

More than 400 of the mathematicians in our archive also have biographies in the on-line encyclopaedia. The link is to a list of those that do.

## Biographies of Women Mathematicians

Maintained by Larry Riddle (Agnes Scott College, USA). Contains some detailed biographies and images of women mathematicians

## Catalog of the Scientific Community: 16th and 17th Centuries

by Richard S Westfall (at the Galileo Project). A searchable database of scientists including information on over 160 mathematicians.

## Timelines for HyperComplex numbers, Electromagnetism and Statistical Mechanics

Maintained by Jeff Biggus (University of Colorado, USA) showing the developments of these areas

## AIP Center for History of Physics

(American Institute of Physics, USA). A history of physics with biographies and pictures of historical scientists

## The History of Mathematics

Maintained by D. R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland). Including excerpts from W. W. Rouse Ball's A short account of the history of mathematics

## Ancient Mathematics

at the Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit. Some interesting articles mainly about Greek Mathematics

## The Math Forum@Drexel and Math History resource collection

A Virtual Center for Math Education on the Internet

## The Invention Dimension

A resource for people who want to learn about American Inventors and their discoveries.

## History of Math lectures

By G Donald Allen of Texas A and M University, USA

## PASS math magazine

This is a Web magazine containing some history and other mathematical features.

## Earth/Matrix

A series of articles by Charles W Johnson on **Science in Ancient Artwork**.

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