Links to other useful sites

University of Arizona Video
This video from the University of Arizona highlights some of the many career options that are available to you with a degree in Mathematics.

The Mathematical Association of America
Mathematical Moments
An excellent source for making math fun in the school classroom and beyond. 
Get answers to all your questions about math and read answers to other people’s questions.
Challenging problems, advice, and support for students and teachers interested in math competitions.
A radio show about math by Professor Chaim Goodman-Strauss and Journalist Kyle Kellams.
Movies about math in real life with algebra activities.
Math Fun Facts are ideas and puzzles that will change the way you think.
Open Problem Garden is a collection of unsolved problems in mathematics.
Has some fun math games and resources for teachers.
Why Do Math shows that an undergraduate mathematics education can be an entryway to rewarding and engaging career opportunities.
A mathematical dictionary and glossary for students

Additional information about mathematical careers:
The Mathematical Association of America has some information about mathematical career choices.
The American Mathematical Society has some profiles of people employed in mathematical careers.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics has additional information about careers in applied math
How math is used in the real world.


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A fun math site

The site has a few fun math-related games, and some resources for teachers.

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Mathematics Dictionary & Glossary for students

I would like to suggest an additional resource for this page

Mathematics Dictionary & Glossary is possibly the most comprehensive source of mathematic- related terms on the Internet. It contains over 2,000 defined words, terms and concepts, all of which are cross-referenced with live linking.


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The most common question students ask math teachers at every level is “When will I use math?” is a non-profit website that helps to answer this question. This website describes the importance of mathematics and many rewarding career opportunities available to students who study mathematics.



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