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American Mathematical Society: Information for Students
Information on careers in mathematics and, under Student Help: High School Students, links to numerous help sites on the web for various levels of math.
Links to over 4,000 streaming videos, explanations of concepts in basic to advanced math plus physics, finance and many other fields. Practice exercises check learning.
List of useful links for mathematical history research.
Steaming video lessons checked for accuracy, presented by instructors whose methods match many different learning styles. Middle school through college level instruction.
Mathematics encyclopedia explaining hundreds of mathematical terms, sometimes with animations to make the description more clear.
Most Common Errors in Undergraduate Mathematics
Dr. Eric Schecter of Vanderbilt University explains errors in college-level algebra, notation, and calculus that he has seen all too frequently.
NIST: Math and Computer Science Section
The Mathematical & Computational Sciences Division of the NIST, an agency of the U.S. Commerce Department's Technology Administration, focuses on solving scientific problems of interest to American industry through modern analytical and computational methods.
Wolfram Functions Site
From Wolfram Research, a compendium of over 300,000 formulas and 10,000 visualizations of functions.
Evaluating Resources YouTube Video