It’s Monday, November 5, 2018, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Recommended Website:**

MacTutor History of Math Archive

(www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/index.html)

**Age Range: 10-18 **(Grades 4-12, with parental supervision)

This website archives the **biographies of famous and not-so-famous mathematicians**, including a “Mathematicians of the Day” feature. It also maintains an **index of the history of various math strands** like Numbers, Algebra, and Geometry, as well as the **history of math in various cultures** such as those in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, China, India, America and more.

When you get to the site, simply use the search tool or the menu on the left of the screen to access:

- Biographies Index – Read the
**life stories of mathematicians**through the ages. Search for names alphabetically, or search various time periods from 500 AD to the present.

- History Topics Index – Click on links to learn about
**mathematics in various cultures**from Ancient Babylonia to the Mayan culture to present day America. You can also learn the history of various mathematical topics such as Algebra, Analysis, Numbers, Number Theory, Geometry, Topology, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Astronomy, and more.

- Famous Curves Index – Learn the
**history of various math curves**such as the Cartesian Oval, Devil’s Curve, Fermat’s Spiral, Involute of a Circle, Newton’s Parabolas, Serpentine, Talbot’s Curve, Watt’s Curve, the Witch of Agnesi, and more.

- Mathematicians of the Day – Find out which mathematicians were born (and who died) every day of the year. Bookmark the site, and check it daily. The entire year is archived here – look up your birthday and see what mathematician was born on the same day as you!

This site offers a unique way to engage students in the study of mathematics, and a way to further explore math for those who simply can’t get enough of it.