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Introduction to applied linear algebra and linear dynamical systems, with applications to circuits, signal processing,... see more

Links to selected sites, projects, and graphing calculator explorations designed to foster understanding of the family of... see more

Links to selected sites, projects, and graphing calculator explorations designed to foster understanding of the family of... see more

Graphs in the media. Topics include examples of: Raw Data, Graphs, What is the Story?, Misleading Graphs, and Misleading... see more

This is a group of logic puzzles and musings upon self-referential statements and the value of logic.

I have create an electronic portfolio of my resources, lesson plans, and classes that I have taught over the years. I... see more

This is a basic course, produced by Gilbert Strang of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, on matrix theory and... see more

An extensive list of links to sites with information about linear algebra, classified by level and type of resource.

This site, from the Making Learning Real with Problem-Based Case Learning (PBCL) project, presents further resources and... see more

An extensive annotated list of links to material on many-dimensional geometry.

What is Math4Mobile?   The Math4Mobile project examines the opportunities of ubiquitous and personal technologies for... see more

This is a math course, authored by Herbert Enderton of the University of California, Berkeley, aims at students with life... see more

Comic Math is a directory of math related comics and cartoons. It includes links to every Calvin and Hobbes cartoon about... see more

This site, created by Math Museum, may look simply, but anyone interested in mathematics should try this selection of... see more

This collection of podcasts is a series dedicated to talking about unusual and particularly interesting aspects of math... see more

Shockwave whiteboard movies on algebra, geometry, probability, statistics, the mathematics of finance, and more. A... see more

Educational technologies continue to press onwards and upwards, and screencasts would seem to be one of the latest trends... see more

This site includes a number of mathematical lessons that help to illustrate historical math concepts. Each link provides... see more

This graduate-level course, created by Gilbert Strang of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a continuation of... see more

This site includes a number of mathematical lessons that relate directly to physics topics. Each link provides a short... see more

Created by the University of Texas's Department of Mathematics, mp_arc is an electronic archive for research papers in... see more

Most people might be aware that mathematics finds its way into a number of instructional programs and courses that are... see more

Created by Richard B. Thompson and Christopher G. Lamoureux at the University of Arizona to fulfill business students'... see more

A mathematics resource bank for students, parents and teachers, with puzzles (you may e-mail your answers), links to... see more