GST 1510: History and Concepts of Mathematics

Weekly Schedule of Assignments

Announcements, Circles, and Formulas

**Some Useful Internet Links: **By now, the internet—if you know how to use
it—is just as good a resource as any math textbook you might purchase on your own.
Indeed, some of the best instructional material, nowadays, is on the internet—for
free:

The Math Forum Home Page: http://mathforum.org/

Dave's Math Tables: http://www.sisWeb.com/math/tables.htm

SMARD (Australian High Schools): http://smard.cqu.edu.au/

Math World (for mathematicians, but still worth visiting): http://mathworld.wolfram.com/

Math dictionary: http://www.ambition.co.uk/hyper1/MATHDIC2.HTM

Measurement Units Translation: http://www.ur.ru/~sg/transl/

Berkely High School Math Site: http://www.nvo.com/bhsmath/

Berkely High References & Resources: http://www.nvo.com/bhsmath/simulationsandpuzzles/

But perhaps even more important and useful is a simple search of whatever you are doing at the moment. If you have Netscape, for instance, and are tackling a concept, you can do so by going to the address on top and typing the concept in quotes, e.g., "greatest common divisor"