Math websites that come up frequently in the life of a research mathematician or math grad student. Note that Wikipedia is also an excellent resource for a wide range of surprisingly specialized math topics and proofs. |

### The Best Math Websites

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MathOverflow | Ask the math community your research-level math questions or start a general interest math discussion. Many big math names are heavy users. | MathOverflow.net home page | MathOverflow FAQ | |

arXiv | Self-serve moderated archive for posting high-quality research preprints and expository articles in math and related fields. Used more widely in some areas of mathematics than others. | arXiv Home Page | Getting started with the arXiv | Cornell University |

Math Stack Exchange | Like MathOverflow, but for the student demographic. | http://math.stackexchange.com/ | Stack Exchange | |

Physics Forums | Popular forum for math and physics questions. Non-research math level, mostly high school and college course material. | http://www.physicsforums.com/ | ||

Open Problem Garden | Get inspired! Browse unsolved research-level math problems. | Homepage | List by keyword | Simon Fraser University |

Art of Problem Solving | Heavily trafficked forum for solving math problems. Particularly geared toward high school math competition problems. | Forums homepage |

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