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Classroom Capsules and Notes
insightful articles that "represent a nice application, an unusual point of view or example, or they might give the instructor a non-standard way of presenting the topic in class."
Encyclopedia of Mathematics
Joint venture open-access wiki by Springer and the European Mathematical Society dedicated to quality content.
Fields Medal Details
about the worldš most prestigious mathematics award and links to winners.
Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math - College level
Provides solutions with explanations to problems in all fields of mathematics. Invites new question submissions.
"aggregates and organizes video lessons, lectures, and tutorials for middle to high school and university students, teachers, or anyone wishing to learn, relearn, or find help and additional teachings on mathematics. "
Claims to be "the web's most extensive mathematical resource, provided as a free service to the world's mathematics and internet communities as part of a commitment to education and educational outreach by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica."
Browse journals or search for articles in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics. Journals with free content clearly marked.
Random number generator, customizable by number generated, range of values, allowing for duplicates
"Making the world's knowledge computable." Searches data files to answer questions. Links to resources and tools and step-by-step mathematical solutions.