Recreational Math Links

Some other sites on MathematicsThe Math Forum  The premier source on the Web for educational mathematics. All about math, for the student or hobbyist Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics  covers a very wide range of material  a big site Patrick De Geest's World of Numbers is a very attractive and informative site Carlos B. Rivera's site, Prime Puzzles and Problems, has lots of food for thought Mike Keith – has lots of good material on interesting numbers Keven Brown  has a great site on a variety on mathematic subjects. Ed Pegg Jr.'s http://www.mathpuzzle.com has a great sellection of puzzles and lots of recreational math links Alexander Bogomolny's cuttheknot large site deals with many math subjects and has almost 2000 links Monty Phister's site at http://gnarlymath.com contains puzzles, games, stories, etc to promote enjoyment of mathematics For a list of all PPDI's in bases 2 to 10, visit Dr. Lionel E. Deimel's site Chris Caldwell has a large site dealing with Prime numbers as http://primes.utm.edu/ G. L. Honaker, Jr 's & Chris Caldwell's Prime Curios page has many fascinating facts about individual prime # A great mathematics site for students is http://www.aaamath.com/ A good allaround Mathematics page with many useful links is here Reg Brooks has a page on Patterns in Numbers which includes the geometry of DNA. Also an interesting paper on Butterfly Primes. The World of Trotter Math parades the work of dedicated mathematics teacher Terry Trotter. Shyam Sunder Gupta discusses RARE and EPORNS numbers (and other numbers). Walter Schneider has an informative site dealing with digitrelatednumbers. CharlesÉ. Jean has a good Dictionary of recreational mathematics (in French). Peter Aleff has an excellent site and some eBooks on Prime Number Patterns at Recovered Science. A prime spiral arranged as a circle is thoroughly discussed and illustrated at Rom Sacks http://www.numberspiral.com/ Math for Kids at http://www.allmath.com is an entry point to many web sites with interesting mathematical content. David Singmaster's source lists on Recreational Mathematics at www.g4g4.com/MyCD5/SOURCES/singmaterial.htm http://www.startlocal.com.au/articles/educational_calculus.html is a gateway to at least 20 math enrichment sites. Especially useful for educators.
