ArchDaily: A Colorful Interactive Version of Euclid’s “Elements” Online for Free

Not sure how new this is, but looks like a gorgeous resource. ArchDaily: A Colorful Interactive Version of Euclid’s “Elements” Online for Free. “Written in 300BC, Euclid’s ‘Elements’ is a collection of 13 books containing definitions, propositions, and mathematical proofs, and is considered instrumental in the development of logic and modern science. With the advent of the printing press, many editions of the book have been shared through the centuries. One of the most famous is that of Oliver Byrne in 1847, an edition of the first six books that is set apart for its bold use of color to depict mathematical proofs, rather than using letters to label angles and shapes.”

Make Tech Easier: 5 Recommended Web Tools to Solve Difficult Math Problems

Make Tech Easier: 5 Recommended Web Tools to Solve Difficult Math Problems. “Many of us have traumatic feelings about Mathematics from our university and school days. Depending on your job profile, you might run into those problems once again at the workplace. Luckily things have changed for the better now. Thanks to latest automated web tools, the equations that used to take forever to solve can be done faster and more accurately online.”

Wolfram Blog: Prepare for AP Calculus and More with Wolfram U

Wolfram Blog: Prepare for AP Calculus and More with Wolfram U. “Today I am proud to announce a free interactive course, Introduction to Calculus, hosted on Wolfram’s learning hub, Wolfram U! The course is designed to give a comprehensive introduction to fundamental concepts in calculus such as limits, derivatives and integrals. It includes 38 video lessons along with interactive notebooks that offer examples in the Wolfram Cloud—all for free. This is the second of Wolfram U’s fully interactive free online courses, powered by our cloud and notebook technology.”

Wolfram: We’ve Come a Long Way in 30 Years (But You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet!)

Wolfram: We’ve Come a Long Way in 30 Years (But You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet!). “On June 23 we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the launch of Mathematica. Most software from 30 years ago is now long gone. But not Mathematica. In fact, it feels in many ways like even after 30 years, we’re really just getting started. Our mission has always been a big one: to make the world as computable as possible, and to add a layer of computational intelligence to everything.”

ExpertClick: Mathematical Constants and Symbols Displayed Instantly on New Website (PRESS RELEASE)

ExpertClick: Mathematical Constants and Symbols Displayed Instantly on New Website (PRESS RELEASE). “MathematicalConstants.com is a brand-new website that instantly displays mathematical constants and symbols. It’s useful for students and anyone else who works with mathematical or physical constants and needs to know their symbol and numerical value.” This is yet another site from Kevin Savetz; he manages a ton of them: “Other math resources include: AsAFraction.com for fractions, AsAPercent.com for percentages and SimplifyFractions.com for simplifying. WhatIsThepH.com lets users see the pH of various acids, bases and common substances.”

FreePrintables Adds Site for Converting Decimal Numbers

Kevin Savetz recently released a site for learning about converting fractions. Now he’s added one for decimals (PRESS RELEASE). “AsDecimal.com lets users type in any percentage or fraction—this includes percentages with decimal places and fractions with any numerator or denominator. The site will instantly convert it to a number with up to five decimal places. A pie chart is also calculated at the bottom of the page as a helpful visual aid. There are also hundreds of example problems provided by the site, including percentages with decimal places and a wide range of numerators and denominators.”