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  1. Basic Tools For Mathematical Proof 

  2. Every mathematician worthy of the name has experienced… the state of lucid exaltation in which one thought succeeds another as if miraculously… this feeling may last for hours at a time, even for days. Once you have experienced it, you are eager to repeat it but unable to do it at will, unless perhaps by dogged work…- Andre Weil

  3. Recreational Mathematics Paul Yiu  Florida Atlantic University Summer 2003 Chapters 1–44
  4. Sets, Groups and Knots Course Notes Math 101 Curtis McMullin Harvard University
  5. LyX | LyX – The Document Processor
  6. Abstract Mathematics:Introduction through Inquiry Brian Katz Michael Starbird University of Texas January 28, 2009
  7. INEQUALITIES RATIONAL AND REAL NUMBERS FELIX LAZEBNIK University of Delaware
  8. Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences FELIX LAZEBNIK University of Delaware
  9.  Putnam Preparation  Christopher Hanusa Queens College CUNY Fall 2011
  10. Basics of Algebra and Analysis For Computer Science Jean Gallier Department of Computer and
    Information Science University of Pennsylvania 2012
  11. How to write proofs:a quick guide Eugenia Cheng University of Chicago  October 2004
  12. 370 References LaTex textbooks online
  13. Mathematical Arguments  Michael Hutchings University of California Berkeley
  14. Commentary, Volume 52, Number 2 - commentary from David Eisenbud PostScript and PDF
    files for "An Invitation to General Algebra ..." by George M. Bergman University of Berkeley
  15. Mathematical Writing by Donald E. Knuth, Tracy Larrabee, and Paul M. RobertsThis report was based on a course by the authors taught at Stanford University in 1987.
  16. Mathematical writing for undergraduate students Franco Vivaldi  University of London 2013
  17. TEN SIMPLE RULES FOR MATHEMATICAL WRITING Dimitri Bertsekas M.I.T. APRIL 2002
  18. Proofs and Concepts: the fundamentals of abstract mathematics, by Dave Morris, and Joy Morris
  19. The Practice of Mathematics Lectures by Robert Langlands Duke University
  20.  Mathematics Examples, Lecture Notes and Specimen Exam Questions and Natural Sciences Tripos Mathematics examples University of Cambridge 2013 
  21. Basic Concepts of Mathematics MATH 352 Ivan Avramidi New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 2004
  22. Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2005 MIT Charles Leiserson Eric Lehman  Srinivas Devadas  Albert R. Meyer 
  23. History of Mathematics G. Donald Allen Texas A&M Universiity 
  24. HOW DO UNDERGRADUATES DO MATHEMATICS? A guide to studying mathematics at Oxford University Charles Batty St. John’s College, Oxford with the assistance of Nick Woodhouse Wadham College, Oxford April 1994
  25. Undergraduate Mathematics Lecture Notes At Cambridge Paul Taylor 1982-4
  26. University Mathematics Jeff Paris University of Manchester 0C1/1C1 MATH19541/19821 Course Notes2012
  27. A COOK-BOOK OF MATHEMATICS Viatcheslav VINOGRADOV June 1999
  28.  Mathematics Olympiad Lecture Notes Greg Gamble University of Western Austrailia 

  29. Mathematical Exposition Emma Carberry MIT Spring 2005 notes of Student lectures

  30. Mathematical Proof Eleftherios Gkioulekas University of Texas Pan American
  31. Transition to Advanced Mathematics James S. Cook Liberty University Spring 2009
  32. Algebraic Reasoning for Teaching Mathematics Steen Lempp University of Wisconsin, Madison,
  33. The History of Mathematics Christopher P. Grant Bringham Young University 
  34. Welcome to Math AliveCourse Ingrid Daubechies and Shannon Hughes Princeton
  35. Math Alive Lecture Notes Princeton University
  36. Numbers and Sets Tim Gowers University of Cambridge 2004 
  37. Higher Mathematics:An Introduction Rachel Ollivier Columbia University
  38. Mathematical Reasoning Lectures  B. Chow USCD Winter 2013
  39. Note on Multivariate Limits Thomas R. Shemanske Darthmouth University October 25, 2005
  40.  REFLECTIONS ON TEACHING  by Anatole Katok
  41. Supplementary Notes for Math 300 "Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning" Micheal Saks Rutgers University
  42. Algebra and Computation Madhu Sudan MIT 2005
  43. Algebra and Computation MIT 6.S897 Madhu Sudan MIT Spring 2012
  44. Comments on Style James Munkres
  45. Mathematical Reasoning HÉCTOR J. SUSSMANN Rutgers University
  46. THE MOST COMMON ERRORS IN UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS Eric Schecter Vanderbilt University
  47. SUGGESTIONS FOR WRITING MATHEMATICS John Erdman Portland State University
  48. Elementary Mathematics by WWL Chen and XT Duong
  49. Miscellaneous Topics in First Year Mathematics by WWL Chen
  50. How to talk Mathematics P.R. Halmos
  51. How to Write Mathematics P.R. Halmos Over 1000 Solved Math ProblemsOver 1000 Solved Math Problems 
  52. Writing in Mathematics Ivan Mirkovic Math 370 University of Massachusets, Amherst Spring 2013
  53. Solving Equations, An Ele g ant Le g ac y Jerry L. Kazdan University of Pennsylvania
  54. NUMBERS Michael E. Taylor University of North Carolina
  55. Foundations of Mathematics JOHN L. BELL THE PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS
  56. How to Become a Pure Mathematician (or Statistician)
  57. The Not So Short Introduction to LATEX2" Or LATEX2" in 157 minutes by Tobias Oetiker
    Hubert Partl, Irene Hyna and Elisabeth Schlegl Version 5.01, April 06, 
    Depa rtment of
    Mathematics, London Scho ol of Economics
  58. Intro duction to Abstract Mathematics (Second pa rt of MA103) Amol Sasane
  59. Numbers and Groups Semester One E Cheng 2012{13
  60. Mathematical Writing by Donald E. Knuth, Tracy Larrabee, and Paul M. Roberts
  61. NUMBERS Michael E. Taylor North Carolina State University
  62. A CONCISE DEFINITION OF A MODEL CATEGORY EMILY RIEHL HARVARD UNIVERSITY
  63. What Is  an Algorithm? Yiannis N . M osc h o v akis UCLA
  64. Note on Symmetry and Changes of Variables Eric A. Carlen Rutgers University February 17,
  65.  Foundations Of The Number Systems 2001 John Hutchinson Notes for MATH1115 
  66. A First Course in Mathematics Concepts for Elementary School Teachers: Theory, Problems,
    and Solutions Marcel B. Finan Arkansas Tech University February 8, 2006
  67. A Second Course in Mathematics Concepts for Elementary Teachers: Theory, Problems, and
    Solutions Marcel B. Finan Arkansas Tech University
  68.  Construction of the real numbers - Wikipedia
  69. Introduction To Pure Mathematics  Peter M. Neumann (Queen’s College)| Mathematical Institute - University of Oxford 2012
  70. Studies in the First Two Years of Undergraduate Mathematics James Herod Georgia Tech 
  71. Review Coursefor Entering Mathematics Graduate Students at UCLA, August 2009
    --Algebra Section Robert E. Greene UCLA
    Review Course for entering Graduate Students, Mathematics Dept at UCLA
  72. Synthesis ofMath Concepts Bryden Cais University of Arizona (Math 407) Fall 2011
    Course Materiials and Lecture notes
    Math 726
  73. On a Method in Algebra and Geometry Felix Lazebnik Department of
    Mathematical Sciences University of Delaware
  74. History of Mathematics | Mathematical Institute  Richard Hamming
  75. ``You and Your Research'' Transcription of the Bell Communications Research Colloquium Seminar 7 March 1986 J. F. Kaiser Bell Communications Research
  76. Proofs and the Mathematical Vernacular 1 Martin V. Day Virginia Tech
  77. Elonka's List of Famous Unsolved Codes and Ciphers
  78. How computer security today is a circus................
  79. History of Mathematics by G. Donald Allen Texas A&M University 2013 DraftLectures on the history of mathematics
  80. Mathematical Proof LECTURE NOTES KIYOSHI IGUSA BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
  81. The Fascinating Story  Behind Our Mathematics Jimmie Lawson Louisiana State
  82. Mathematical reasoning By Chris Woodward Rutgers University 2008
  83. History of Mathematics - Main Page
  84. Comments on mathematical proofs UCR
  85. TEN SIMPLE RULES FOR EXERCISES F OR MATHEMATICS 205A FALL 2008 UCR
  86. Mathematics I African Virtual University Rounding and estimation
  87. The Open University Squares, roots and powers
  88. The Open University The theory of the foundations of mathematics - 1870 to 1940 - Mark
    Scheffer (Version 1.0) Eindhoven University of Technology
  89. Online Book: An Inquiry-Based I NTRODUCTION TO PROOF Jim Hefferon version 
  90. Rigorous and Precise Thinking | A great WordPress.com siteA great WordPress.com site
  91. Marta Hidegkuti’s Lecture Notes and Sample Exams
  92. Pari Center of New Learning Library - WorkBooks in ScienceA complete series of work books in mathematics and the sciences
  93. Permutation Puzzles: A Mathematical Perspective
  94. 15 Puzzle, Oval Track, Rubik’s Cube and Other Mathematical Toys Lecture Notes Jamie Mulholland Department of Mathematics Simon Fraser University
  95. REU APPRENTICE PROBLEMS 1{193 INSTRUCTOR: LASZLO BABAI University of Chicago SCRIBES:
    ASILATA BAPAT, MARKUS KLIEGL, DANIEL SCH  APPI, MICHAEL SMITH, MATTHEW WRIGHT, BOWEI ZHENG Last updated: Friday, July 22, 
  96. Sets, relations, functions Authors: Ivo Düntsch  Dept of Computer Science , Brock UniversitCourses
  97.  Number Systems: An Axiomatic Approach Wayne Aitken Colorado State University 
  98. Book of Proof by Richard Hammack
  99. Number and symbols | from counting to abstract algebras Roy McWeeny Professore Emerito di
    Chimica Teorica, Universita di Pisa, Pisa (Italy)
  100. Bridging Course in Mathematics Richard Earl University of Oxford September 20,
    2006
  101. Category Theory For Scientists (online version) David Spivak MIT Spring 2013
  102. Inequalities Basic tools and general techniques Peng Shi Department of Mathematics Duke University
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  104. Olympiad Inequalities Thomas J. Mildorf December 22, 2005
  105. The Art of Problem Solving Website
  106. Olympiad Solving Website
  107. Basics of Olympiad Inequalities Samin Rias at Stop the Math-ness! - Raising Autodidacts
  108. MATHEMATICAL INEQUALITIES A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Department of Mathematics San Jose State University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Science by Amy N. Dreiling August 2013 
  109. MATHEMATICS ONLINE A Portal for Open Access Lecture Notes and Monographs
  110. MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION Lecture Notes PETE L. CLARK University of Georgia
  111. Honors Mathematics I: Karen E. Smith University of Michigan Course Information
  112. Fundamentals of Mathematics JAMES W. BURGMEIER, Ph.D. University of Vermont Math
    52B Fall 2012 Lecture Notes
  113. Python Scientific lecture notes Release 2013.2 beta (euroscipy 2013) EuroScipy tutorial
    team Editors: Valentin Haenel, Emmanuelle Gouillart, Gaël Varoquaux 
    GCSE
  114. Maths Notes Online Tutoring and Lecture Notes in Londongcse maths notes
  115. Transitions to Advanced Mathematics Vern Paulsen University of Houston Fall 2013 
  116.  Mathematics at the Edge of the Rational Universe Christopher Cooper McQuarrie 
  117. Techniques Writing proofs Tim Hsu, San Jos ?e State University Revised January 2013