- What is your general advice for writing academic papers in mathematics, physics or any other "hard" science discipline?

- Were there any resources that helped you?

- What have you found to be the most successful aspects of your approach to communication?

- Do you feel it has been worth committing large amounts of time to the write-up process? Or could you have achieved the same responses for much less.

- What is...

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It's based on his Foundations of Algebraic Geometry notes (for Math 216 at Stanford). It's starting soon.

math216.wordpress.com

There's a great collection of lecture notes on mathematics and physics form Cambridge University that is linked on reddit.

https://www.reddit.com/r/math/comments/csgigv/collection_of_lecture_notes_on_mathematics_and/

It has notes on almost every topic, beginner, intermediate, and advanced.

There's also a great collection of notes from Oxford University. The Oxford link is to their home page, and the Cambridge link is to a cloud service...

Lecture Notes from Cambridge and Oxford]]>

These are some formula/reference sheets I've made as an adjunct math instructor for courses I've taught over the past 4 years. Feel free to use them as you'd like.

Statistics -- Dice & Card Table; Reference Sheet

Finite Mathematics --...

Formula Sheets I've Created]]>

This forum, "Useful Mathematics Resources," is a place for people to share links to non-commercial useful resources they have found in their online travels, resources they wish to share with the community. New threads/posts are put into the moderation queue so that they may be reviewed by staff before being approved.

If you have a question about where to find certain resources, then please post those questions in the following forum...

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Why spend such an inordinate amount of time on arithmetic? Don't we have calculators?

This is a very old discussion, but I think there can be a definitive answer.

1. Computers make fast, very accurate, mistakes. They are only as good as the operator, and the operator needs to know if the answer coming out...

Trachtenberg Speed System of Arithmetic]]>

This is a thread to collect youtube lecture series. I would appreciate if you would add your playlists. I tried not to overlap with Khan Academy, but if you have good lecture series that overlap, please share them.

Mod-01 Lec-01 Sets and Strings - YouTube

----> 42 Lectures culminating in the Gödel incompleteness theorems.

Category Theory lecture...

Youtube Lectures Series]]>

As a long-time University Teaching Assistant in Statistics, I have recently launched a YouTube Channel with the idea of providing help for students who are taking courses in introductory statistics and probability. The videos it contains are the online equivalents of the Review Sessions that I offer throughout a typical quarter...

New YouTube Channel for Stats Help]]>

(1915) V. Brun showed that the sum of reciprocals of twin primes converges

Twin Prime Conjecture : A Brief History of the Present]]>

http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Mathematics_(Bookshelf)]]>

Enter Sage Cell...

Online Sage Commands at the Sage Cell Server]]>

Here is the link to the site:

Exdraft - University math is easy. You just need to see the pattern.

Here is a description of the site:

Exdraft is a start-up endeavour that aims to help university students break apart first year mathematics into...

Online automated linear algebra help]]>

www.misterwootube.com (everything is grouped by topic)...

Videos from a high school maths teacher]]>

College Entrance Exam Math Prep - Free]]>

And here's a link to an interesting piece he wrote:

Remarks on Expository Writing in Mathematics.]]>

Jean-Pierre Serre - Writing mathematics badly (Part 1/3) - Vidéo Dailymotion]]>

Cheers! ]]>

There are more on my channel and will be posting more daily.]]>

The title is misleading to some extent, it is the second video that I think is most interesting.

CB]]>

Thought this might be an interesting site for all of you who like online video courses.

https://www.coursera.org/

Math Courses: https://www.coursera.org/category/math

Kind Regards,

Sudharaka.]]>

Found a site where somebody from India has uploaded a LOT of mathematics and science books which were published in Soviet Union.

These are all in English.......Publishers are Mir, Raduga etc.

http://mirtitles.org/

All the publishers there no longer operate in Russia, so there is no copyright claim on the books........These soviet books were

very popular in India in old days........

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