## Mechanical Calculating Machines

Mechanical Calculating Machines

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Mechanical Calculating Machines

Site features image galleries and histories of a wide array of calculating machines compromising Baaijens’ personal collection. Includes links other, similar sites, as well as downloads of different types of computer desktop calculators.

Learn more about types of llamas, llama care and feeding, history, physical facts, and get answers to frequently asked questions at this site. Includes downloadable PDF files, information about the LAMAS lending library, event listings and contact information for additional information and services nationwide.

Nick’s Mathematical Miscellany

A web directory of mathematical puzzles, riddles, and problems from a number of sources with answers and solutions.

A collection of Archimedean miscellanea under continual development; includes descriptions of some of his inventions, biographical information, and at least one logic problem.

Statistical Computing Resources

Computing packages, textbook examples, scholarly literature, training resources, and news from UCLA’s Academic Technology Services.

Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society

The Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society includes Research-Expository Surveys, “papers that present a clear and insightful exposition of significant aspects of contemporary mathematical research;” the texts of Gibbs Lectures, Progress in Mathematics lectures, and retiring presidential addresses; Research Reports, which are “brief, timely r …

Create A Graph – Kids’ Zone – Learning with NCES

Make your own printable, color area graph, line graph, bar graph, or pie chart by filling in the easy forms with your data!

Mathematicians of the African Diaspora

This website is intended to exhibit the accomplishments of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora within the Mathematical Sciences.It includes an array of information ranging from famous mathematician profiles, women’s history, database of computer scientists, astronomers, and physicists. It also provides educational statistics regarding th …

Music of the indigenous people of Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and the nations of the Pacific Islands. Resources on this site will be of interest to those conducting research and include articles about musical styles, musical instruments, audio examples, and a bibliography.

Reviews and audio clips of popular and traditional African music recordings. Interviews with performers and a special section on Afro-Caribbean Reggae are included.

In Edward Zobel’s Zona Land, “you will find educational and entertaining items pertaining to physics, to the mathematical sciences, and to mathematics in general.” The site uses Java programming, Ray Tracing and VRML (a virtual reality language) to provide tools and lessons that help students for students grasp major concepts in algebra, geometry, …

Brightstorm provides homework help for match and science in the form of free and paid video tutorials. There are also free PSAT materials. The other test preparation materials are not free.

Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science

“DMTCS is an electronic journal … It is a high standard peer-reviewed publication devoted to rapid publication of innovative research which covers discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science.”

Provides a basic introduction to the study of chaos in mathematics and physics. Discusses nonlinear equations, strange attractors, logistic equations, and fractals. Includes print and online references for further study.

Original math education content created in collaboration with students, teachers, and researchers. Contains interactive projects, homework help, and discussion areas.

“We have gathered together a number of resources that document various capabilities of Mathematica. Increase your Mathematica knowledge with quick tips, FAQs, user-submitted MathSource notebooks, detailed tutorials, and more. No matter what your level of Mathematica expertise is, you’re sure to find some valuable resources.”

Math problems for learners of all ages. Has separate sections for elementary, middle school, high school, college ,and graduate levels. This site also links to Dr. Math and Math Tips & Tricks.

Electronic Statistics Textbook

This is a complete statistics textbook, available on the web and for downloading to your computer, developed by the makers of the statistics computer program “Statistica.”

The Math Forum: Teachers’ Place

Contains resources for “teaching math at all levels.” Built specifically for teachers by teachers.

A web directory for various scientific fields. Find links leading to educational pages, information about research projects, and news about science.