# Reference

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- Equations
- Searchable directory, arranged by field, of equations, constants, symbols and SI units. Also features LaTEX utilities, software links.

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- Geometry Formulas and Facts
- An excerpt from the 30th Edition of the CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulas, covering the area of Geometry (minus differential geometry), by Silvio Levy.

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- Journal of the AMS
- Online collection of articles and research papers posted on Journal of American Mathematical Society.

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- K-12 math textbook content analysis
- Spreadsheets on the distribution of 1000 common math terms as used in K-12th grade mathematics textbooks over the last 30 years. Analysis in English, Spanish and French.

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- Math Tube
- Mathematics lecture videos and talks taken from The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) member universities and around the world.

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- Math formulas
- A large , free online lists of mathematics formulas. Collection of all basic and advanced formulas related to mathematics.

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- NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions
- Result of a project to provide a modern revision of Abramowitz and Stegun’s "Handbook of Mathematical Functions". The site includes definitions, properties, and graphs of many special functions.

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- PlanetMath
- A collaborative encyclopaedia with entries contributed under the GNU Free Documentation License.

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- Platonic Realms
- Online resource for the mathematics community: links library, bookstore, quotes, and online articles.

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- Summation Formulae
- For polynomials of degrees up to 50, generated using the Euler-Maclaurin method.

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- The Math Reference Project
- An electronic archive of articles by Karl Dahlke on topics ranging from high school geometry up to graduate level topology.

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- Wikipedia: Mathematics Section
- Free encyclopedia. Covers number systems, different math fields, foundations, history, applications, and famous problems.

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- Wolfram: Mathematical Functions
- Includes advanced formulas and visualizations of various equation, such as elliptical curves.

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- EMS Prizes
- To recognize excellent contributions in Mathematics by young researchers; presented every four years at the European Congresses of Mathematics.

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- European Prize in Combinatorics
- Established by the European Research and Training Network COMBSTRU to recognise excellent contributions in Combinatorics by young European researchers (not older than 35) and awarded biannually in conjunction with the EuroComb conference.

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- Felix Klein Prize
- Awarded to a young scientist or a small group (normally under the age of 38) for using sophisticated methods to give an outstanding solution to a concrete and difficult industrial problem.

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