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This website provides an extensive collection of over 90 proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem. Historical background on the discovery and use of the Pythagorean Theorem is also provided.

This web page is devoted to giving an explanation of Levi-Civita's concepts of vector transport and holonomy, which are important in mathematical physics. The page is written for a…

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**General Theory of Relativity**This is a text written by Nobel Prize winner Paul Dirac about the mathematical foundations of general relativity, specifically the mathematical description of curved spacetime. This…

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**The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes**This is a text on mathematical descriptions of black holes, written by Nobel Prize winner S. Chandrasekhar, at at time when there was very little physical evidence of their…

This is an online article devoted to Emmy Noether's famous work on symmetry and conservation laws. The article includes technical details on the methods of how she discovered and…

This book explores two dimensional space, Flatland, in the form of "A Romance." This should be a must read for anyone learning relativity.

The Topology and Geometry Software site provides downloads for games and interactive simulations. These help the user to understand finitely infinite systems. Many are available in…

The History of Set Theory site gives and history of set theory and the major contributor, Georg Cantor.

GRTensor II is a computer algebra package for performing calculations in the general area of differential geometry. Written for the Maple application, a limited version also exists…