**The Math Forum**

http://mathforum.org/

A large searchable collection of excellent math resources,
from math news to teaching resources. The Math Forum is the
home of Ask Dr. Math, an online math question-and-answer service
for students.

**Mathematics Encyclopedia**

http://www.mathacademy.com/pr/prime/index.asp

What is an abacus? What did Euclid discover? Find answers
to these and other questions with this browsable math encyclopedia.

**Statistics**

http://www.learner.org/interactives/statistics/

How accurate is polling? Find out about statistics concepts
through the case study of a fictional election.

**NOVA Online: The Proof**

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/proof/

Explore mathematicians' efforts to crack Fermat's Last Theorem,
a supposedly unsolvable equation.

**e-Math: The Web Site of the American
Mathematical Society**

http://www.ams.org/

News, publications, careers and conference information, and
other resources pertaining to the field of mathematics. Collected
by the American Mathematical Society.

**Math.com**

http://www.math.com/

Lesson plans, career resources, homework help, puzzles, and
quizzes.

**Curious and Useful Math**

http://www.curiousmath.com/

Multiplication and division tricks, famous math tales, word
problems, and other curious and useful math oddities.

**This is MEGAMathematics!**

http://www.c3.lanl.gov/mega-math/

A project of the Los Alamos National Research Laboratory,
this site has puzzles, a glossary, and special topics on math
concepts such as infinity, graphs, and algorithms.

**Absurd Math Interactive**

http://www.learningwave.com/abmath/

Use your math skills to navigate through this bizarre world,
dodging the thought police as you try to unravel the secrets
of problem solving. A pop-up "mathulator" (calculator)
helps you move from level to level.

**The Numeracy Home Page **

http://www2.wgbh.org/MBCWEIS/LTC/CLC/numintro.html

Links, puzzles, and other numeracy activities for adults designed
to encourage interest in math.

**U.S. Census Bureau**

http://www.census.gov

A large collection of government statistics and articles on
census controversies, population growth, and demographics.
Don't miss the up-to-the-minute U.S. and world population
clocks.

**The Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher
**

http://www.mathacademy.com/pr/minitext/escher/

Explore the art of M.C. Escher, who used math ideas to create
beautiful—and seemingly impossible—images.

**The Man Who Makes Sense of Numbers**

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/

1997/10/27/233292/index.htm

A *Fortune* article describing the work of Yale professor
Edward Tufte, whose mission is to improve the way we visually
present data and information.

**A Common Book of Pi**

http://personal.bgsu.edu/~carother/pi/Pi1.html

Facts, formulas, and articles about pi from a mathematics
professor.

**The Pi Pages**

http://oldweb.cecm.sfu.ca/pi/pi.html

Everything you ever wanted to know about the number pi: its
history, how many decimal places it's been calculated to,
and much more.

**The Pi Trivia Game**

http://eveander.com/trivia/

Think you know everything there is to know about pi? Try this
trivia game and test your knowledge.

**Bank Rate Monitor**

http://www.bankrate.com/brm/default.asp

This informative site monitors information such as banking
news and average credit card rates and terms.

**Bureau International des Poids et
Mesures**

http://www.bipm.fr/

This organization's site (available in French or English)
features metric conversion charts, standards information,
and more.

**Metric Conversion Card (PDF)**

http://ts.nist.gov/WeightsAndMeasures/Publications/upload/h4402_appenc.pdf

Use this easy chart to convert inches to centimeters, pounds
to kilograms, Fahrenheit to Celsius, and more.

**Automobile Leasing: The Art of the
Deal**

http://www.leaseguide.com/

A guide to the terms and concepts of automobile leasing.

**Metric Conversions**

http://www.learner.org/interactives/metric/

Learn how metric and English symbols are used to measure and express mass, length, volume and temperature.

**Calculator Plus - Savings**

http://www.calculatorplus.com/savings/

Use a variety of calculators to compute interest on different types of savings accounts.

**Books**
**Archimedes' Revenge: The Joys and
Perils of Mathematics,** Paul Hoffman. Ballantine,
1997.

**Beyond Numeracy: Ruminations of
a Numbers Man,** John Allen Paulos. Vintage Books,
1992.

**The Book of Numbers,**
John Horton Conway and Richard K. Guy. Springer Verlag, 1997.

**Fermat's Enigma: The Epic Quest
to Solve the World's Greatest Mathematical Problem,**
Simon Singh. Bantam, 1998.

**Five Equations That Changed the
World: The Power and Poetry of Mathematics,** Michael
Guillen. Hyperion, 1996.

**Go Figure: Using Math to Answer
Everyday Imponderables,** Clint Brookhart. Contemporary
Books, 1998.

**Journey Through Genius: The Great
Theorems of Mathematics,** William W. Dunham. Penguin,
1991.

**The Joy of Pi,** David
Blatner. Walker & Co, 1997.

**Life by the Numbers,**
Keith J. Devlin. Wiley, 1998.

**The Magical Maze: Seeing the World
Through Mathematical Eyes,** Ian Stewart. Wiley,
1998.

**The Mathematical Universe: An Alphabetical
Journey Through the Great Proofs, Problems and Personalities,**
William W. Dunham. Wiley, 1997.

**A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper,**
John Allen Paulos. Anchor, 1996.

**Mathematics: From the Birth of Numbers,**
Jan Gullberg and Peter Hilton. W.W. Norton, 1997.

**The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates
Mathematics,** Stanislas Dehaene. Oxford University
Press, 1997.

**Numbers: The Universal Language,**
Denis Guedj. Harry N. Abrams, 1998.

**The Penguin Book of Curious and
Interesting Mathematics,** David G. Wells. Penguin,
1997.

**The Visual Display of Quantitative
Information,** Edward R. Tufte. Graphics Press, 1992.

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