On this site I present a collection of investigational projects in mathematics. The purpose is to provide openended problems (and some guidance) that high school and collegelevel students can approach creatively and in their own way. I believe that these kinds of investigations are important in one's education (mathematical and otherwise), and they can be a lot of fun. Most of the projects are investigations that I worked through as "research" problems. Students are encouraged to ask their own questions and formulate their own ideas and hypotheses about the structures they explore.
I hope that these projects are able to inspire, enlighten, and delight other students of mathematics, as they have certainly done for me.
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Popular Math Books
Math Programs in JavaScript, Mathematica, and for TI calculators
Projects in Mathematics
More about how these projects work.
Supplementary Topics
 Expository Solutions to the Projects 
Mathematics Reference Sites

Math Miscellany
