As Wikipedia administrators are so fond of saying: "Wikipedia is not a textbook". Math Wiki, on the other hand, is a textbook.
We are currently working on 1,100 articles in the English-language. There are also companion wikis in other languages under development. Please support this project by adding content in whichever language you feel most comfortable.
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If you need help, do not hesitate to ask any Administrators. We are always determined to help you! (currently only Dinoenthusiastguy and sometimes Jeff G.)External links
- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles — A collection of articles on various math topics, with interactive Java illustrations at cut-the-knot
- Some mathematics applets, at MIT
- Rusin, Dave: The Mathematical Atlas. A guided tour through the various branches of modern mathematics.
- Stefanov, Alexandre: Textbooks in Mathematics. A list of free online textbooks and lecture notes in mathematics.
- Weisstein, Eric et al.: MathWorld: World of Mathematics. An online encyclopedia of mathematics.
- Maths News. Mathematics news, articles and books.pt: