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What Can You Do with a Mathematics Degree?
Mathematicians conduct research to develop and understand mathematical principles. They also analyze data and apply mathematical techniques to help solve real-world problems. As problem solvers, mathematicians branch into a wide range of sectors:
Chartered Certified Accountant
Research Scientist (Maths)
Operations Research Analyst
This website provides a variety of online calculators, such as financial and math, mortgage and tax, salary and statistics calculators.
The Math Open Reference
This free interactive math textbook prototype covers high school geometry and plans to expand to other areas of math. The interactive books promise to include text, interactive quizzes, digital manipulatives and more.
A source for all things math, WolframAlpha is a computational source to help you muddle through tough math problems with step-by-step solutions available.
Offers free mathematics textbooks in Calculus and Mutli-Variable Calculus, and includes free lecture series to accompany the content.
Math Education Resources
A useful link for developing undergraduate mathematics curriculum
This website takes you to resources available for Kindergarten through to Precalculus classes. It includes activities, slideshows, and worksheet problem sets for most every math class.
The math worksheets , the printable multiplication tables, the math charts, the multiplication games, and other resources are completely free. It’s an OER site.
A free repository of videos for high school math & science classes created by gifted volunteer teachers from around the world, seeded initially by MIT faculty members and by partnering educators in Jordan and Pakistan.
Wolfram MathWorld This link opens in a new window
The web's most extensive mathematical resource, provided as a free service to the world's mathematics and internet communities as part of a commitment to education and educational outreach.
zbMATH This link opens in a new window
The zbMATH formula search uses the MathWebSearch system, which is a content-based search engine for MathML formulae based on substitution tree indexing.
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