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thoughtfully wrote:My favorite is MathWorld, formerly Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics, until some real arseholes at CRC publishing let their lawyers loose on him. Stephen Wolfram is no saint, but he gets serious awesome points for saving this site.
The coolest one I've come across lately is The Art of Problem Solving. It was started by a couple of Math Olympiad contestents, and focuses on resources for budding math geniuses. They also have books they are trying to sell
But, the really mind blowing part of the site is their gallery of animated geometric proofs. Yes, you've seen the geometric proof of the Pythagorean Theorem, but they also have the Law of Cosines!
There's also some good LaTeX resources (on the main site and the wiki)
mosc wrote:How did you LEARN, exactly, to suck?
SimonM wrote:Art of Problem Solving is linked to mathlinks
thoughtfully wrote:SimonM wrote:Art of Problem Solving is linked to mathlinks
I noticed that after I posted. More then that, mathlinks seems to be a derivitive/spin-off of AoPS.
GMTA, eh?
mosc wrote:How did you LEARN, exactly, to suck?
SimonM wrote:thoughtfully wrote:SimonM wrote:Art of Problem Solving is linked to mathlinks
I noticed that after I posted. More then that, mathlinks seems to be a derivitive/spin-off of AoPS.
GMTA, eh?
GMTA? And I think I should probably expand on "I concur", it is an absolutely fantastic forum, which despite much of it going over my head, is a great place to see where maths does get interesting
ameretrifle wrote:Magic space feudalism is therefore a viable idea.
Jahoclave wrote:Do you have any idea how much more fun the holocaust is with "Git er Done" as the catch phrase?
MindTheGap wrote:http://www.mathlinks.ro
admin wrote:Banning comes as a consequence for mocking an Administrator
errrr wrote:MindTheGap wrote:http://www.mathlinks.ro
Heh, look at this thread:
http://www.mathlinks.ro/viewtopic.php?t=143044admin wrote:Banning comes as a consequence for mocking an Administrator
Note that the "mocking" was very mild. I'll stay far away from that place.
[math]\zeta(s) = \sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \frac{1}{n^s}[/math]
Jerry Bona wrote:The Axiom of Choice is obviously true; the Well Ordering Principle is obviously false; and who can tell about Zorn's Lemma?
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