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Underground Mathematics
Screenshot Underground Mathematics is a UK-based resource for mathematics instructors. Although this website is especially designed to help prepare students for their A-Level exams, it also hosts resources that will be of use to anyone around the globe who teaches algebra, geometry, trigonometry, or calculus. Created by a team of math educators and scholars at the University of Cambridge, Underground Mathematics gets its name from its organizational design: math subfields are mapped in the manner of the London tube system, emphasizing the links between different fields of mathematics. Instructors (or students) can explore a variety of stations, such as Quadratics or Polynomials & Rational Functions....
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The oldest work involving mathematics was written by Ahmes, an ancient Egyptian scribe around 1650 B.C. In this work, the Rhind papyrus, one section is titled "Directions for Knowing All Dark Things."

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