Last Updated: May 2, 2014
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MathSciNet is the best place to begin your math research. MathSciNet contains citations for journal articles on math and reviews of math books. If you are considering graduate work in Math, you can check the publications from the Math departments you are considering applying to.
- Academic Search Premier
Academic Search Premier is the best general database to search. It covers everything from art to zoology. ASP contains over 8300 journals in all academic disciplines with over 4600 full text journals.
Contains many Mathematics journals. Choose advance search, then click to search in Mathematics.
- Google Scholar
If you are off campus, remember to first go into "scholar preferences" and search for Augsburg College in the "Library Links" field.
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- Wolfram MathWorld
Extensive information including definitions, formulae, and interactive demonstrations provided by the makers of Mathematica.
- Famous Curves
Explore the history of famous mathematical curves. Some of them have an interactive mode that allows you to see what happens when you change variables.
McGraw-Hill dictionary of mathematics