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A simple explanation how computers generate random numbers.
This is a website for and by students. Polyominoes is the general name given to plane shapes made by joining squares together. Enjoy the recreational mathematics !
|Category Theory Demonstrations|
These are Web-based interactive demonstrations in category theory. I'd like suggestions from teachers and learners about whether they're useful, and what to add. So far, the demos include set products and coproducts and their "universal property". They also demonstrate the idea that it isn't the internal content of the product that makes it a product, but its relationship to the structures around it.
|Mr. Schlytter's Mathematics Site|
Enjoy these exciting interactive math activities for student success.
|Mathematics Online Tutor|
Mathematics Online Tutor is a math tutorial which is being used in schools throughout the United Kingdom and is being introduced in Canada.
|Wild About Math!|
Wild About Math! is a blog dedicated to making Math fun and accessible. It contains articles, math contest problems and mathcasts (videos about math).
The Big Ideas site carries articles about mathematics, logic and philosophy (and other topics) that are intended to be accessible to non-specialists. It includes "mini-series" that aim to introduce some basic ideas of college-level mathematics to readers with no mathematical training.
|Good math, bad math|
Good math, bad math is a blog about finding the fun in good math and squashing the bad math and the fools who promote it.
FractalForums.com is a forum for Fractal related discussion. Share your own fractal images and fractal movies with us. Discuss fractal theory, IFS, Mandelbrot sets and any forms of fractal art!
A novel method has been devised to add structure to the sieve of Eratosthenes, expressible by a simple recursive formula. Surprisingly, this new formula can generate not just one, but an infinite number of distinct, yet related, prime structures.
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