**Mathematics
Links**

ON-LINE MATHEMATICS HELP

**Algebra
Resources**

Click
here for a pdf document with hyperlinks
to a variety of free, on-line algebra resources.

**Mathematics
Help Central**

Math
lecture notes, calculator tips,
math links and free graph paper. http://www.mathematicshelpcentral.com/index.html

**Advanced
Grapher **

Advanced
Grapher is a graphing software that can be purchased from Alentum. A
free 30-day trial version is available.**
**
http://www.alentum.com/agrapher/

**ASK
DR. MATH**

A
site maintained by Drexel University, providing answers to math questions
from elementary grades throught college.**
**http://www.mathforum.org/dr.math**
**

**THE
CALCULUS PAGE**

Resources
for the calculus student, including problems sets with solutions. http://www.calculus.org

**DAN'S
MATH PAGE**

This
website maintained by Diablo Valley College math instructor Dan
Bach includes free math lessons,
e-tutoring, interesting math facts to explore, and a whole lot more,
including a weekly contest. http://www.dansmath.com

**EXPLORE
MATH **

Interactive
multimedia lessons explore a variety of topics in algebra and trigonometry.**
**http://www.exploremath.com

**MacTUTOR**

The
MacTutor History of Mathematics Archives. A great site for information
about the people who created the mathematics you learn today.
http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history

**THE
NEW MATHWRIGHT LIBRARY AND CAFE**

A collection of interactive,
electronic mathematics workbooks covering topics in algebra, trigonometry,
pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations and much, much more.
http://www.mathwright.com

**VISUAL
CALCULUS **

A
collection of calculus models that can be used in the studying of calculus.
Good tips on problem solving in calculus. http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

**THE
AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF TWO-YEAR COLLEGES**

The home page for the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year
Colleges (AMATYC). A good source of information regarding mathematical
education in the first two years of college. http://www.amatyc.org

**AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY**

The home page for the American Mathematical Society (AMS). The AMS was
founded to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship.
http://www.ams.org

ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS

Organization dedicated to encouraging women and girls in the mathematical
sciences. http://www.awm-math.org

**CALIFORNIA
MATHEMATICS COUNCIL COMMUNITY COLLEGES**

The California Mathematics Council Community Colleges (CMC3) provides
a forum through which mathematics faculty in Northern and Central California
can express themselves professionally at the local, state and national
level and supports mathematical activity by faculty and students. http://www.cmc3.org

**MATHEMATICAL
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA**

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the world's
largest organization devoted to the interests of collegiate mathematics.
Members of the MAA receive many vaulable for modest dues. These benefits
are designed to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing expository
books and articles on contemporary mathematics and on recent developments
at the frontiers of mathematical research, and by exchanging information
about important events in the mathematical world. A major emphasis of
the MAA is the teaching of mathematics at the collegiate level, but
anyone who is interested in mathematics is welcome to join. http://www.maa.org

**NATIONAL
COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS**

The mission of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
is to provide the vision and leadership necessary to ensure a mathematics
education of the highest quality for all students. NCTM's
*Principles and Standards for School Mathematics*, published in
2000, provides guidelines for excellence in mathematics education and
issues a call for all students to engage in more challenging mathematics.
http://www.nctm.org

**SOCIETY
FOR INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS**

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) was founded
to promote research for and advance the application of mathematics and
computational science to science, engineering, industry, and society.
http://www.siam.org