Links to Other Resources
There are many sites that I use for research on a regular basis. Here are some of the best.
- A very big online dictionary run by an old, well trusted company. This dictionary is usually considered the source to use when you find inconsisitancies in others.
- An international Web-based cooperative free-content encyclopedia. A great encyclopedia, though it allows visitors to edit content so you will find occasional errors.
- We certainly couldn't live without the ability to search. The internet is a huge resource and a good search engine such as Google is needed to help find what you really want.
- Convert just about anything to anything else. Categories include area, length, volume, etc. Including many difficult and hard to find conversions.
- Find the definition of acronyms and abbreviations. A database of over 50,000 acronyms.
- Ask Dr. Math
- Mathematics advice from experts and professional volunteers thinking about your questions.