Do there exist decent online video lectures, or even audio lectures, covering differential topology? I'm aware of Milnor's talk, but it is more like exposition and doesn't go very far.
If there is some function and I suspect that the primitive function cannot be expressed using elementary functions, I would like to have some argument that there indeed is no such expression. One ...
There's a website and a companion book to it about bad physics in movies, called "Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics". Similar issues may exist about mathematics: What are the differences between ...
I am not looking for contest problems where there is a clever trick or a standard approach, I am looking for more creative and open-ended problems such as this , and I am not looking for questions ...
Let me start by apologizing if there is another thread on math.se that subsumes this. I was updating my answer to the question here during which I made the claim that "I spend a lot of time sifting ...
I am seeking an online resource or any book where I can find the questions of International Mathematical Olympiad questions chapter wise eg Number Theory problems grouped together. Like this site ...
I want to find partners to study some post-graduate topics together online (because I'm pretty much out of steam as far as self-study goes, and I have problems finding a decent grad school). Are there ...
I'm reading The Princeton companion to Mathematics and Basic Notions of Algebra by Shafarevich. Both of them are really pleasant reading, the first one treats the topics from a more elementary point ...
I'm a CompSci university student and i want some help for my math questions. Therefore i am looking for a good discussion board for math homework questions. I don't know any (good), because I come ...
I am going to a Computer Science Course in University next year. I heard that Discrete Mathematics is whats required for Comp Sci so, I am looking for resources/books that I can read to get started ...
I have the one or other interesting Math blog in my feedreader that I follow. It would be interesting to compile a list of Math blogs that are interesting to read, and do not require research-level ...
mathfactor is one I listen to. Does anyone else have a recommendation?