The Top 100 (greatest theorems)
MacTutor History of Math
Mathworld (reference site)
Books to read for fun (most are in our library)
David Berlinski, A Tour of the Calculus, Vintage Books, New York, 1995.
David Berlinski, Newton's Gift, Touchstone Books, New York, 2000.
Keith Devlin, The Math Gene, Basic Books, New York, 2000.
Keith Devlin, Mathematics: the new golden age, Columbia University Press, New York, 1999.
Keith Devlin, Goodbye, Descartes, Wiley, New York, 1997.
James Gleick, Chaos, Penguin Books, 1988.
Douglas Hofstadter, Gödel, Escher, Bach, Basic Books, 1999.
Robert Moritz, Memorabilia Mathematica, MAA, 1942.
Ian Stewart, Letters to a Young Mathematician, Basic Books, New York, 2006. (in the bookstore)
Math Journals (print journals are in our library)
Math Horizons (general interest articles)
Pi Mu Epsilon Journal (research articles by undergraduates)
The College Math Journal (research articles accessible to undergraduates)
Mathematics Magazine (research articles accessible to undergraduates)
UMAP (applied math research articles accessible to undergraduates)
Furman Journal (research articles by undergraduates)
Rose-Hulman Journal (research articles by undergraduates)
SIAM Undergraduate Research Online (research articles on applied math by undergraduates)
fall 2007 course description
the mathematical perspective
paper and talk guidelines
summary of proof techniques
truth table forms
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