The internet contains many sources that are inaccurate or have misleading information. Therefore, as you are searching through the internet to find quality sources for your research assignment, it is important to evaluate each source for the following criteria: authority, accuracy, purpose, relevance, and timeliness.

- EquPlusEquPlus is a non-profit site. The database of equations(TEX/Latex/MathType/MathML codes) is for students or people who make science articles or related work.
- MathWorldMathWorld is an online mathematics reference work. It contains reference pages for many different areas of mathematics.
- Wolfram FunctionsThe Wolfram Functions site was created as a resource for the educational, mathematical, and scientific communities. It contains the world's most encyclopedic collection of information about mathematical functions.

- American Mathematical SocietyThe AMS, founded in 1888 to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship, serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs
- American Statistical AssociationThe American Statistical Association is the world’s largest community of statisticians. The ASA supports excellence in the development, application, and dissemination of statistical science.
- Association for Symbolic LogicThe Association for Symbolic Logic is an international organization supporting research and critical studies in logic. Its primary function is to provide an effective forum for the presentation, publication, and critical discussion of scholarly work in this area of inquiry.
- National Association of MathematiciansThe National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) is a non-profit professional organization in the mathematical sciences with membership open to all persons interested in the mission and purpose of NAM which are promoting excellence in the mathematical sciences and promoting the mathematical development of all underrepresented minorities.

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