# Category: College Mathematics

- Free Peer-Reviewed Math Ebooks from OpenStax
- Understanding Domain and Range Part 4
- Understanding Domain and Range Part 3
- Understanding Domain and Range Part 2
- Understanding Domain and Range Part 1
- Book Review: The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems
- How to Change Number Bases Part 1
- Banach-Tarski Paradox and A Great Discussion About Infinity
- Understanding If-Then Statements
- Hundreds of Combinatorics Video Lectures
- Understanding the Basics of the De Morgan’s Laws
- What exactly is the vertical line test?
- Video Series: Introduction to Higher Mathematics
- How Probability Can Be Used to Design Games of Chance
- One to One Correspondence and Hilbert’s Grand Hotel
- Understanding Hilbert’s Grand Hotel Paradox
- Video Lecture: Beauty and Truth in Mathematics and Science
- The Number of Points on Two Line Segments
- Fractions with Terminating Decimals
- The Mathematics of Tenure, Car Lights, and Logic Gates
- Cryptography: The Science of Encoding and Decoding Messages
- The 0.0001 Time Rate Approach, an Extended Application
- 13 Calculus Tutorial Sites, 22 000+ Solved Problems
- Fractals: A Different Type of Geometry
- Curve Sketching 3: Understanding Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes
- Guest Post: An Interesting Property of Prime Numbers
- The Definition of Congruence in the Modular Systems
- How Big is Infinity?
- Clock Arithmetic and Modular Systems Part 2
- Introduction to Clock Arithmetic and Modular Systems
- Are all infinities created equal?
- Counting the Number of Subsets in a Set
- Proof by Contradiction: Knights and Liars
- Sets: Terminologies, Notations, and Operations
- Guest Post: GeoGebra Investigation of the Equiangular Spiral in the Flight of an Insect
- Understanding the Multiplication Principle
- Divisibility by 5 and 10
- Limit by epsilon-delta proof: Example 2
- Jeepneys and Step Functions
- Milkshakes and Power Sets
- Subset: a set contained in a set
- Sets: A Gentle Introduction
- The mysterious number 495
- Irrational Numbers as Decimals
- The Experimental and Theoretical Probability Series
- Generating Pythagorean Triples from Square Numbers
- The Seven Bridges of Königsberg
- 5000 free math, physics, and engineering video tutorials and lectures
- Experimental and Theoretical Probability 5
- The Top 10 iPod Touch Apps to Use in Math Class
- Regular Tessellations: Why only three of them?
- Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part 2
- Experimental and Theoretical Probability Part I
- Military drills and the closure property of real numbers
- More than 20,000 mathematics contest problems and solutions
- Limit by epsilon-delta proof: Example 1
- The Infinitude of Pythagorean Triples
- Understanding the Fermat’s Last Theorem
- Chess and the Axiomatic Systems
- The Unfinished Game Problem
- Vectors, Parallelograms, and Commutativity
- Constructing segments with irrational lengths
- Is mathematics an exact science?
- Dominoes and Mathematical Induction
- Using Mathematics to Win the Lottery
- Young Gauss and the sum of the first n positive integers
- Counting the Real Numbers
- Formal Proof of the Infinitude of Primes
- The Binomial Expansion
- Milkshakes, Beads, and Pascal’s Triangle
- Prime Series 2: The Intuition Behind The Infinitude of Prime Numbers
- GeoGebra Tutorial 20 – Spreadsheet, Slider and Curves of Best Fit
- Geometric Sequences and Series
- Is 0.999… really equal to 1?
- Counting the Uncountable: A Glimpse at Infinite Sets
- Rational and Irrational Numbers
- Division by Zero
- An extensive explanation about the Epsilon-Delta definition of limits
- Free Geometry and Topology Ebooks
- Derivative and the Maximum Area Problem
- Derivative in Real Life Context
- The Algebraic and Geometric Meaning of Derivative
- Proof Tutorial 2: Proving Square Root of 2 is Irrational by Contradiction
- Why is 0! equals 1?
- Introduction to Combinations
- Proof Tutorial 1: Introduction to Mathematical Proofs
- An Intuitive Introduction to Limits
- Why is any number raised to 0 equals 1?

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