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Searchable database of information on research sponsored by the US Department of Energy and its predecessors. Some full text online, ordering information for those not online.

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Refereed professional journal, with articles available in a wide variety of formats. Also links to Pacific Journal of Mathematics.

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General information, publications (abstracts and/or full text), and pointers to additional sites on chaos and non -linear dynamics.

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Search engine and digital library in computer and information science. Creates citation index for literature search and evaluation, with hyperlinks between cites and citations shown in context. Created by NEC and hosted at Penn State.

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Access to e-prints in all areas of computer science. Joint project of ACM, Los Alamos e-print archive, and National Computer Science Technical Reference Library. Browse or search pages, some as far back as 1993.

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Easy to understand introduction to trigonometry.

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Official website of The Mathematical Association of America. Provides mathematicians with the best expository articles, engaging problems, and articles devoted to teaching collegiate mathematics.

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Easily searchable biographies of mathematicians, chronologies, essays, bibliographies, web links, and an index to famous curves.

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Collection of mathematical resources and links to subjects. Pointers to information resources, scientific computing, mathematical institutions

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Official website of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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Enjoyable, well-organized site for all things medieval. Extensive links to museum collections, primary source documents, and image archives.

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Virtual community designed to make mathematical knowledge more accessible. Includes a collaboratively created and reviewed encyclopedia as well as links to papers, books and other material of interest.

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Web site devoted to the understanding and study of Prime Numbers.

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Searchable gateway to science and technology information from US government science agencies. Information available in fields including pure and applied sciences, health sciences, and science education.

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Interactive statistical learning tool. Free access.

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Student generated biographies are part of an expanding class project. Provides bibliographical references and in some cases photographs.

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List of articles and public releases scientific disciplines, geared toward education. Searchable.

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Comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia.

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Encyclopedia of mathematics with extensive hyperlinks, including some to extended articles at different levels of complexity.

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