A collection of illustrations of Inca quipus, with references to their earliest descriptions.

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A collection of illustrations of Inca quipus, with references to their earliest descriptions.

This work discusses the people who solved some of Hilbert's problems from 1900, as well as the mathematics involved in the solutions.

Knowing the base, b, and the altitude, a, of a triangle. Find the expression for a side of the inscribed square.

Website containing much information on mathematical symbolism and terminology, as well as portraits of mathematicians from postage stamps.

A collection of 24 mini-posters, each containing a quotation about mathematics.

A collection of short pieces detailing how Euler solved a particular mathematics problem.

Three congruent circles of radius 6 inches are mutually tangent to one another. Compute the area enclosed between them.

Instructions that apply to Convergence but not necessarily to other areas of Loci

Tartaglia's method for solving cubics, which he eventually explained to Cardano.

This website is connected to the book, The Joy of Pi. It has numerous interesting facts about pi, with links to additional sites.