
Welcome  Enjoy the Exploration!
Here are some (in own opinion) very interesting mathematics and statisticsrelated sites.
If you wish to suggest others, please contact the Webmaster. Enjoy!!
 History of Mathematics  A fascinating collection!
Besides giving short biographies of over one thousand mathematicians, this site highlights some interesting, mathematical problems and results as well.

Ask Dr. Math  Online answers to Math questions from students at all levels.

Mathematical
Snippets  Some items of interest to any student of mathematics.

Euclid's Elements  Euclid's Elements online using Java applets to create stimulating illustrations.

GIMPS  The Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search to captivate those wishing to explore the world of large prime numbers.

The Knotplot Site  "Here you will find a collection of knots and links, viewed from a (mostly) mathematical perspective."

STEPS 
STatistical Education through Problem Solving has developed modules to support statistics instruction/learning in various fields of application.

Steve's Dump  A huge depository of mathematicsrelated sites.

Wolfram Mathworld 
Here is an excellent starting point for your search of the world of mathematics on the internet.

SETŪ  Have you heard of the game SETŪ? Would you be interested in the math behind it?

Gateway to Mathematics 
An excellent survey of the branches and landscape of modern mathematics.

Mathematics Web Sites Around the World 
An excellent point of departure for exploring Math Web sites.

The Living Mathematics Project  A new medium for the communication of mathematics. What a delight!

Math Puzzles  A celebration of Math Puzzles that would delight M. Gardner.

Faber and Faber issues a One Million Dollar Challenge to prove the 250year old conjecture of Christian Goldbach.

Millennium Prize Problems 
The Clay Mathematics Institute has allocated $1 Million in prize money for the solution to each of their seven Millennium Problems.

The Joy of π  Interesting Links and Facts about
π.

APCentral 
Wonderful articles on "Calculator Lies" and "History of Calculus" and much, much more.
