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== Websites for math enthusiasts == | == Websites for math enthusiasts == |

## Revision as of 01:41, 6 June 2006

There are many great **Mathematics websites** around the internet. Here we organize a list of those sites we feel are best for students with high interest in mathematics. Note that mathematics forums are listed and discussed seperately.

## Contents

## Internet Resource Websites

## Websites for high school students

- Pi in the Sky is a mathematics magazine for high school students. website.

### Websites for Olympiad students

- Komal is a storied Hungarian math and physics journal. website.
- Mathematical Excalibur. website.
- Mathematical Reflections is a new online journal for Olympiad and collegiate mathematics. website.
- Tom Davis's] site for math circles topics.
- MathWorld is a vast and well-maintained resource for math, science, and computer science professionals and students studying at a high level.

## Websites for math enthusiasts

- AoPS -- That's where you are now! homepage.
- Cut-the-knot, a.k.a. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, is a large and amazing site put together by Alexander Bogomolny. It includes an enormous number of mathematics articles and math games that are well-designed for teaching mathematical concepts. website.
- Mathematical Database contains lots of useful math stuff. website.
- Tom Davis's site for math circles topics.

## Websites for math history

- MacTudor History of Mathematics
- Wikipedia includes an enormous amount of information on the history of mathematics.

## Websites for mathematicians

- MathWorld is a vast and well-maintained resource for math, science, and computer science professionals and students studying at a high level.
- Wikipedia includes articles about noncontroversial, published mathematics.