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Ability's Algebra Page

Abstract Algebra On LineContains many definitions and theorems.

Algebraic Number Theory ArchivesPreprint archives for papers in Algebraic Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry.

Arbitrary polynomial equation for eThis site deals with an arbitrary polynomial equation for e.

The Art of Algebra by Karen H. ParshallExplains how most history of Algebra takes a linear approach and why it should change.

Basic Linear Algebra SubroutinesContains examples of various linear equations by Prof. L. N. Long.

The Fibonacci Numbers and Golden Section in NatureThe original problem that Fibonacci investigated in the year 1202 it was about how fast rabbits could breed in ideal circumstances.

Glossary of Linear Algebra TermsContains an a-z glossary of terms used in linear Algebra.

Hah: Visual Dictionary of Special Plane CurvesContains Algebraic curves of all types

IFS Playgroundprovides an interactive interface to Iterated Functions System .

Ivars Peterson's MathLandDiscusses Pi and how you can use the distribution of the bright stars in the sky to approximate the value of Pi.

Luke’s Marin Mersenne PageDedicated to links with biographies of Marin Mersenne, the Mersenne Numbers and the Mersenne Primes.

Mathematics Archives MS-DOS Software Collection for Modern AlgebraSome freeware programs to download

Mersenne Search StatusThis site summarizes the current search status for Mersenne numbers with exponents below 2,630,000.

Netlib Master IndexIindex for all types of formulas, programming, software, etc..

The Origins of AlgebraThe Rhind Papyrus in the British Museum, London, which was written in about 1650 BC. It tells where Algebra was derived from and how it was related to computing.

Polynomials and related materials.nPublications by Peter Borwei.

Recognizing Numerical ConstantsAn introduction, the PSLQ integer relation algorithm, applications of the PSLQ algorithm, numerical techniques, application of PSLQ to Euler Sums, new formulas for Pi and related constants.

The Prime Page An Index of Information on Prime Numbers

Solving the Quintic with MathematicaThis site has an interactive poster and directions for solving Quintic.