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MERLOT How-to Session from the 2006 MERLOT International Conference.  A primer on How to Effectively Use MERLOT.

This site provides an extensive and cross-linked history of the development of pi.  It is a subpage of the MacTutor... see more

Creative Geometry is a set of web pages designed by a geometry teacher and written for both geometry teachers and... see more

A collection of puzzles whose answers involve the Fibonacci numbers. The puzzles are of two types: easier and harder; the... see more

This site provides a brief textual overview of the field of cryptography and related issues including popular techniques,... see more

This site provides a comprehensive record of M.C. Escher's life, including links to approximately twenty images of his... see more

This site contains reference material in Matrix Algebra. Topics covered include matrix operations, linear equations,... see more

These online notes are intended for students who are working through the textbook Abstract Algebra by Beachy and Blair.... see more

The site is part of the learning area of BBC Scotland that includes a variety of K-12 subjects. This area focuses on the... see more

A collection of puzzles whose answers involve the Fibonacci numbers. The puzzles are of two types: easier and harder; the... see more

An extensively cross-linked description of magic squares. This page is part of MathWorld.

This site provides an overview of major mathematics research topics now being explored by NSF.

This site provides descriptions of how pi is evaluated, Gregory's series formula, connections between Fibonacci numbers... see more

A description of the five Platonic solids and their extensions into higher dimensions.

A collection of review materials for algebra, including sample exercises and detailed solutions.

A collection of review materials for differential equations, including sample exercises and detailed solutions.

This site provides an excellent introduction to Fermat's Last Theorem and goes into much detail concerning the... see more

A history of the development of calendars throughout the ages.   This exhibit is a public service of the Institute for... see more

A collection of review materials for trigonometry, including sample exercises and detailed solutions.

This site introduces some of the occurrences of the Fibonacci series and the Golden Ratio in architecture, art and music.

A collection of review materials for calculus, including sample exercises and detailed solutions.

A brief description of the Chinese abacus and instructions on how to perform the operations of addition, subtraction and... see more

A collection of algebra lessons and related applications to enhance student motivation for learning.

This site provides an extensive and cross-linked chronology of the value of pi, including recent computer-based... see more