Here are various links to math resources on the net. And for your troubles, here's a piece of advice: Don't try to find the indefinite integral of ln(ln(x)) in closed form. It can only lead to trouble.

- UT Mathematics Department
- Saturday Morning Math Group -- A program designed to interest Austin high school students in math.
- Unsolved Mathematics Problems -- A fairly nice collection of math rarities.
- The Largest Known Primes
- Googolplex -- A site devoted to the vastness of the number Googolplex, and the futility of trying to print it (at least for the next 500 odd years).
- The Integrator -- Online automated integration...a godsend for Physics students everywhere.
- Mathematicians Born Today -- Find out which mathematicians died or were born on this day.
- History of Mathematics -- Lots of information on the history of mathematics.
- Pi Central -- Everything you ever wanted to know about pi but were afraid to ask.
- Math Quotes -- An uncountably infinite set of quotations about mathematics. Ok, ok, so there aren't that many, but there are a lot.
- The Topology Atlas -- For all your topology needs.
- Mathematical Association of America Home Page
- American Mathematical Society Home Page
- Internet Math Resources -- Plenty of math links.
- Yahoo's Mathematics Links
**USENET**alt.math.recreational -- A nice place to find interesting questions or to get some help.**USENET**alt.math.undergrad -- This place mainly is used to get the answers to various math questions.**USENET**sci.math -- General math discussions.