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**Links to Mathematics Websites**

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My thanks to former MATC instructor Phyllis Townswick and
Jamie
Thomas of UW Manitowoc for some of the URL's.

**NASA
- AMATYC - NSF: Mathematics Explorations I & II**
**Mathematical
Journeys I: A Resource and Guide to Create a Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Mathematics**

**Interdisciplinary
Course**

**MathXpert
Online: A Free online tutorial System which gives detailed solutions to
problems. Topics vary from Algebra through Calculus. First time users must
register and download the MathXpert Applet.**

**Algebra
Modules/Lessons from "PurpleMath.com". These modules give tips, hints and
examples.**

**SOS Mathematics
is a FREE resource for Math Review from Algebra through ODE's.**

**The
Mathematical Association of America's Journal of Online Mathematics and
its Applications: The Gallery of Interactive Multimedia Learning Units**

**The Mathematical
Association of America's Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications:
Browse the Online Java Mathlets Collection**

**The
Connected Curriculum Project of Montana State University**
**Free downloads from Netlib
a collection of mathematical software, papers, and databases, operated
by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee**
**More
History of Mathematics from David E. Joyce at Clark University**
**Java
Demos for Probability and Statistics**
**Rice
University's Set of Demonstrations/Simulations for Probability and Statistics**

**Rice
University's Demonstration/Simulation of The Central Limit Theorem**

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**The
Sphere Game: A Presentation Made at The Fall 2001Meeting of WisMATYC**
**The
Use of Rational Function Factors in Approximating e: A Presentation Made
at The Spring 2001Meeting of Wisconsin Section of the MAA **To
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