Links to Mathematics Websites


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

Graphics for the Calculus Classroom

Mathematica's Online Integrator

The Internet Mathematics Library

The Connected Curriculum Project of Montana State University

The Penn State Mathematics Department Web Site

The Math Archives "Visual Calculus" Site

A collection of Maple V Worksheets from Cornell

Free downloads from Netlib a collection of mathematical software, papers, and databases, operated by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee

So You Want to Build a Surface?

Building a Surface

Laboratory for Computation and Visualization in Mechanics

Images and Mathematics

MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive ( Lots of good stuff ! )

More History of Mathematics from David E. Joyce at Clark University

Basic Calculus : From Archimedes to Newton to its Role in Science

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
 


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 see this file your computer needs Scientific Notebook or some other application which can read LaTex files. A free Scientific NoteBookViewer can be downloaded from http://www.mackichan.com/products/sciviewer.html .

An Introduction to Phase Space for Second Order ODE's