Math has often been called the queen of the sciences, and for good reason. From the scientific study of subatomic particles to the exploration of our vast universe, mathematics is the language that must be spoken. Did you know that in the theory of black holes, mathematical division by zero signifies the existence of these astounding features of our universe?

If you want to work on a math problem right now that will either teach you something new or review a fundamental skill which you have most likely forgotten, click on any one of the math links below.

There are two websites that we recommend for those of you interested in math; they are the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America. Our absolute favorite, however, is MIT Open Courseware, where you can actually sit in on math courses taught by MIT professors by viewing the videos they made of the lectures, right at home on your computer. We sampled the one on differential equations, and it was superb!

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