## References

AcademicInfo is a free online education resource center for students (and other researchers). Created by Mike Madin. In the Online Subject Guides scroll down to “M” and find mathematical references.

This is a link to the NIST Time and Frequency site. This particular page contains frequently asked questions about time, time signals, units for time measurement, Julian Dates, and related topics

Tables for bases 2 through 36. You will find an article about conversion between number systems with various bases and a conversion algorithm.

Site contains abstracts, indices, institutes, associations, centers, databases, societies, e-Journals, calculators. Algebra, algebraic geometry, analysis, combinatorics, mathematical logic, number theory, topology

Eric W. Weisstein. "Complexity Theory." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

List of many constants for the fields of math, engineering, and science. Site is part of NIST Standard Reference Database.

Alphabetical listing of mathematical words translated from English into Spanish.

Site is "Back2College" aimed at people returning to college after several years of absence. The site is maintained by Thomas Edison State College (New Jersey).

Diving Records from the "Ocean Planet" Exhibition" at the Smithsonian. Includes depths of bathysphere, Titanic, octopus, amphipod , and others.

Jeffrey´s Japanese-English Dictionary Server. This server was being developed by Jeffrey Friedl. Omron Corporation permitted him the time and facilities to develop this server.

Type a word and have it translated. The WordReference Dictionaries are free online translation dictionaries. Created and maintained by Michael Kellogg, WordReference.com, McLean, Virginia, USA.

A free online site presenting extensive information on algebraic, ordinary differential, partial differential, integral, functional, and other mathematical equations: exact solutions and methods. Tables, articles, references, software, books, and more.

The Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) is a federally funded, nationwide information network designed to provide you with ready access to education literature

Created by Eric Weisstein, it is now called Wolfram MathWorld. MathWorld is a comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers.

This site contains all thirteen books of Euclid´s Elements illustrated with Java applets.

A romance of many dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott 1838-1926. What if we didn´t live in a three-dimensional world? What would life be like?.

Multimedia glossary of math terms. Interactive site with sound available.

These pages attempt to show the first uses of various words used in mathematics. Research for these pages is ongoing, and a citation should not be assumed to be the earliest use unless it is indicated as such.

Links to almanac, encyclopedia, dictionaries. See top banner of website.

Terms and definitions listed alphabetically in frames. There are subcategories for major topics. Many definitions have graphics.

Links to common mathematical formulas provided by Iowa State University´s Mathematics Department.

Resources: biographies,history topics, famous curves, mathematician of the day, search archive, wide range of topics.

Resources: mathematics, science tables, astronomy, space, biotech, computers, education, business, travel, engineering, geology, physics, language (including on line translator).

Contains interactive sites, message board, chat-box, and e-white board. Site includes math tables, identities, and related information for general math, algebra, trigonometry, geometry, calculus, linear algebra, many more

Alphabetical listing of mathematical terms and their meanings. Some examples given in the body of the definition. Site is part of larger Math Homework Help site.

Alphabetical listing of math terms and their definitions. Active hyperlinks are also found in the body of the definition. These additional hyperlinks will take you to visual representations.

Dictionary of math terms. Use index at left margin of site. Created by Bruce Simmons, Math Teacher at St. Stephen´s Episcopal School, Austin, Texas.

The Mathematical Atlas is a collection of articles about aspects of mathematics at and above the university level, but (usually) not at the level of current research.

Resources: math addresses, bibliographies, math web servers (high schools and colleges), math education, e-journals, preprints, specialized fields, TeX archive

US/Metric Conversion Tables: Area, Mass, Volume, Length, Joules, and more.

Conversion formula as well as units and terminology of large and small numbers, e.g. giga, deca, decimilla, etc. This is a very large and complete list of conversions.

Very brief to-the-point definitions of mathematical terms.

PlanetMath is a virtual community which aims to help make mathematical knowledge more accessible.There is a mathematics encyclopedia, and there are books, expositions, papers, and forums.

Quotations from pages located at the mathematics department at Furman University.

Reference Tables for General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Discrete Math, Statistics, Calculus, and other references.

Part of a site called "An introduction to trigonometry". Identities with simple, clean graphical illustrations.

Encyclopedia of terms and definitions associated with all aspects of the World Wide Web. Excellent cross referenced links. Very clear definitions.

A virtual dictionary of geometry. Topics include: A Visual Dictionary of Special Plane Curves, Wallpaper Groups, Mathematics Graphics Gallery, Great Math Programs, Mathematica Packages, and more.

Links to foreign language dictionaries.