Math Stuff


Get your favorite out-of-print math book back in print!
Pseudoku puzzles that I composed for the 7th Gathering for Gardner


Some Old Sci.math[.research] Articles

A beginner’s guide to forcing (an improved version of Forcing for dummies)
You could have invented spectral sequences! (This supersedes an earlier version of this document; thanks to Stuart Ambler for catching a typo in Claim 2 on page 17: E1d,2 should be E1d+1,2.)
Are there bugs in the paper "Strengths and weaknesses of quantum computing" by Bennett, Bernstein, Brassard, and Vazirani? (possible errata)
Proof that 1 = 0 (nicer than the standard division-by-zero proofs)
Bill Gates once published a math paper?!
What is class field theory?
What is Polya’s counting theorem?
What are p-adic numbers?
Why does no factor of n2 – 5 end in 3 or 7?
Consistency is a piddling condition!
You can’t do that! (Illegal manipulation of regular expressions)
Tests for divisibility by seven
Trivial or non-trivial? (Dinitz conjecture)
Sci.math.research archive


Links

Girls’ Angle: A Math Club for Girls
The Museum of Mathematics and the associated Math Midway
Erik Seligman’s Math Mutation Podcasts
The Open Problem Garden
My definition of mathematics as submitted to Polimetrica
Math Delights
Surviving Graduate School
General Relativity Tutorial (John Baez)
Duluth Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates
Michigan Math Scholars
Jeff Weeks’s Topology and Geometry Software
Neil J. A. Sloane’s On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
Inverse Symbolic Calculator
Los Alamos Preprint arXiv for Mathematics
Linear Programming FAQ
Travelling Salesman Problem
TeX Users Group
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics and World Combinatorics Exchange
Number Theory Web
American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Mathematically Correct

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