About the Maths & Unusual Chess community
Maths & Unusual Chess is a Linkedin Group for Math and Chess Fans with roughly 6K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Mathematics, Chess Problems, ChessBoard Puzzles, Math Chess and unusual aspects of the chess world...
on redditThis subreddit is for discussion of mathematical links and questions.
on redditPost all of your math-learning resources here. Questions, no matter how basic, will be answered (to the best ability of the online subscribers).
MathOverflowMathOverflow is a question and answer site for professional mathematicians. Anybody can ask a question. Anybody can answer. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.
Art of Problem SolvingArt of Problem Solving creates educational materials for motivated students in grades 2–12. The company's books, classes, and online resources help students become creative, successful problem solvers. The website contains a community forum that is available to all that have math questions.
on redditMath education! r/matheducation is focused on mathematics pedagogy (the teaching of). Please avoid posts that are related to homework or other "How do I solve this?" type questions. There should be an emphasis on usefulness (such as good internet resources or ideas for how to teach a concept).
on redditWelcome to r/AskStatistics. Ask away!
on linkedinNumber Theory is a mathematical study of the axiomatic properties of positive integers including powers of integers, squares, cubes, triangular, factorial, Fibonacci, composite, prime, perfect, Mersenne, Fermat, Ramanujan, factors, Pisot, social, deficient, abundant, Pickover, Batrachian and modular forms. This group is formed to advance the use of number theory in physics, chaos theory and fractal theory as well. Dirichlet and zeta functions as they apply to the theory of numbers will be discussed. Both cyclotomic and subcyclotomic numbers are also of great interest in Pisot and metal means discussions. We will welcome open discussions and new developments in number theory.