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What are some good maths websites ?

Asked by inunsure (423 points ) April 5th, 2012

This includes blogs, users on youtube, or just a website like the khan academy

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gailcalled's avatar

Here; http://mathforlove.com/blog/

In the aid of full disclosure, I need to tell you that Dan Finkel is also my nephew. But he is a brilliant young mathematician and wonderful teacher; he is also a polymath extraordinaire.

phaedryx's avatar

For general math stuff I use wolfram alpha

LostInParadise's avatar

Math Plus Magazine
NRich
Khan Academy

my Web site, featuring what may be the only (not without good reason) online interactive relativistic velocity addition slide rule

prasad's avatar

I know, purplemath as @Dutchess_III pointed out.
And, you can look in Wolfram Mathworld too.

Reading auto/biographies of math scientists can be interesting too. To further your knowledge, you may want to read these books.
A History of Pi by Petr Beckmann.
e The Story of a Number by Eli Maor.

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