The N-Queens problem asks, "How can you place n Queens on an n-by-n chessboard so that no one Queen may capture another?" This webpage shows a nice way to solve the problem.

This webstie deals with the integration of combinatorics and geometry.

An interactive "pouring" puzzle with applications to graph theory.

An interesting combinatorical analysis of the dartboard.

This website "generates" different types of mathematical objects and discusses different aspects of combinatorics.

A problem which will boggle your mind... definately worth investigating!

This problem has caused much controversy ever since it appeared in Marilyn vos Savant's column in

Pi is a fascinating number, and this website has an interactive probability experiment that approximates it.

A nice problem to introduce the aspect of expected value in probability.

Lorraine Fielding integrates mathematics and Mozart at this musical website.

Dr. Math answers math questions via email for grades K-12 - very good site!

Learn more about your favorite mathmaticians!

A good place to find mathematical definitions and general information.

Good source for Math Links