Mathematics is the science of numbers, quantity, and space and includes such topics as algebra, geometry, statistics, and cryptography.

### Categories

## Applied Mathematics |

### Regular Blogs

An undergraduate math student posts a collection of mathematical problems as well as articles which are of interest to those who are interested in higher math. Topics rage from number theory to combinatorics, and from topology to complex analyses.

http://mzargar.wordpress.com/

Algebra and Pre Algebra Class Blog

Contains homework help and tutor-like information about algebra and pre-algebra and includes details about multiplying and dividing rational expressions, finding the slope of a line, and puzzles, like the challenge to build a roller coaster using only paper products.

http://tellier.edublogs.org/

Contains discussions about geometric combinatorics and the study of convex polytopes as well as related topics.

http://gilkalai.wordpress.com/

Math fanatic blogs about the P=NP question as well as algorithms and randomness.

http://rjlipton.wordpress.com/

Mathematical blog about the algorithms of health contains, among other things, information about the combinatorics of malaria eradication.

http://healthyalgorithms.com/

Created for homeschoolers, this weblog addresses various levels of geometry, offering teaching ideas, worksheets, and reviews as well as news.

http://homeschoolmath.blogspot.com

A homeschooling mom shares her wisdom, ideas, worksheets, and articles about math and teaching math.

http://homeschoolmath.blogspot.com/

Shares mathematics games as a teaching tool. The math ranges from preschool to pre-calculus, and it has a hefty geometry section.

http://letsplaymath.net/

Entries about number theory include dissuasions of Siegel's theorem for curves, Weil pairings, and Tate modules.

http://www.martinorr.name/

Maintained by a PhD graduate in homological algebra. The blog's particular emphasis is discussion of mathematics such as simplicial cohomology, topological data analysis, and collaborative mathematics platforms. The blog's posts date back to May 2005.

http://blog.mikael.johanssons.org/

Offers articles about math, including trigonometry, algebra, reference revision, and geometry.

http://mrborgert.wordpress.com/tag/trigonometry/

A personal weblog by Liven le Bruyn, professor of mathematics at the University of Antwerp. This weblog contains post about mathematics particularly on noncommutative algebra and geometry. The weblog also features post about blogging, technology and other topics from the perspective of a Mac user mathematics professor.

http://www.neverendingbooks.org/

Secret Blogging Seminar: Number Theory

A group of eight mathematics PhD students and doctors from Berkeley stock this blog with entries which are about number theory as well as related topics, including knot theory and algebraic geometry.

http://sbseminar.wordpress.com/

Though this blog has varied and far-flung topics, it features a weekly entry on Fridays which includes a mathematics movie demonstrating how math is used in our daily lives.

http://www.squarecirclez.com/blog/

Terence Tao, Analysis Group, UCLA

A UCLA mathematics professor writes about geometric as well as arithmetic combinatorics as well as algebraic combinatorics.

http://www.math.ucla.edu/~tao/

William Stein's Number Theory Research Blog

This weblog is devoted solely to number theory and the blogger's research of that theory. He posts about research papers he has worked on as well as books and math questions.

http://389a.blogspot.com/