Category Archives: Site of the Month

mathoverflow

August Site of the Month is about applications of advanced mathematics: mathoverflow The site is a thread of MathOverflow, a site for professional mathematicians. This thread, however, simply collects all the applications of different areas of research mathematics. Scroll down … Continue reading

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MathWorld

The Site of the Month for July is MathWorld from Wolfram. An encyclopedic collection of mathematical items, searchable by topic or alphabetical index. It is “a free resource from Wolfram Research built with Mathematica” and was created (and continues to … Continue reading

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Mathematical Impressions

June’s Site of the Month is: Mathematical Impressions A series of video presentations of mathematical phenomena, and discussion of their properties. These videos by geometer George Hart are part of the Simons Foundation scientific outreach. George Hart’s work can be … Continue reading

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On-Line Encyclopaedia of Integer Sequences

May’s Site of the Month is the On-Line Encyclopaedia of Integer Sequences. The wiki-page is available in over 50 languages. This site of over a quarter of a million sequences allows you to enter the first integers of any sequence … Continue reading

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TEDEd Lessons Worth Sharing

April’s Site of the Month is: TEDEd Lessons Worth Sharing TEDEd Lessons are short (~4mins) video clips, and the ones on mathematics include several riddles, plus unusual uses of mathematics. There are also some conventional clips such as “The Secrets … Continue reading

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CultureMATH

March’s Site of the Month is: CultureMATH CultureMATH is a French language website dedicated to secondary mathematics teacher education. Published articles present mathematical ideas at several levels. The topics are often related to the curriculum, to present them more deeply. … Continue reading

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Mathematical Etudes

February’s Site of the Month: Mathematical Etudes This is a Russian site, but has an English and a French version, use “en” or “fr” at the end of the URL. The site contains several 3D animated films that illustrate theorems … Continue reading

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The Largest Known Primes

January’s Site of the Month: The Largest Known Primes – A Summary In January a new largest prime was found – with over 22 million digits. Cooper, Woltman, Kurowski and Blosser used GIMPS (Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search) which is … Continue reading

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Imaginary

December’s Site of the Month: IMAGINARY Imaginary is a site containing “vignette-like” short articles on modern mathematics for a general audience. It emanates from the Mathematics Research Centre at Oberwolfach, where groups of mathematicians meet to work on particular areas … Continue reading

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Accromath

November’s site of the month: Accromath This is the site of a French-Canadian journal aimed at a mathematics teacher audience. Now in its 10th volume, the journal has articles in French that can be read online or download as pdf. … Continue reading

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