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MIT Open Course, Mathematics: 
Clay Mathematics: Public Lectures A Tribute to Euler by William Dunham, Harvard University The Music of the Primes by Marcus du Sautoy Beyond Computation by Michael Sipser, MIT Riemann Hypothesis by Jeffrey Vaaler, University of Texas Talk by Andrew Wiles at John F. Kennedy Center 
College Algebra 
Calculus I  A Review of PreCalculus 
Kurt Gödel and the limits of mathematics, by Mark Colyvan 
Stanford University, Professor Brad Osgood The Fourier Transforms and its Applications 
Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers by Professor Terence Tao 
Real Analysis

University of Colorado Online Course, Spring 2008, Prof. Rinaldo Schinaz 
The University of New South Wales Online Course, Prof. Chris Tisdel

A Brief History of Mathematics by Professor Marcus du Sautoy 
Aritmetic, Population and Energy by Albert Bartlett professor of Physics at University of ColoradoBoulder.

University of California at Berkeley 
University of California at Berkeley

Armstrong Atlantic State University Dr Selwyn Hollis, Professor of Mathematics 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Linear Algebra by Professor Gilbert Strang 
International Congress of Mathematicians, 2006 Special Lecture by Benoit Mandelbrot: 
NCSU: North Carolina State University Matrices, Linear Programming, Sets and Counting,

Institute for Advanced Study 

The Practice of Mathematics Robert P. Langlands Professor Emeritus, School of Mathematics. October 26, 1999 
The Mathematical Infinity Enrico Bombieri Institute for Advanced Study, January 31, 200 
What if Current Foundations of Mathematics are Inconsistent? Vladimir Voevodsky, Professor, School of Mathematics Institute for Advanced Study, September 25, 2010 
The Mathematical Truth Enrico Bombieri Institute for Advanced Study, October 29, 2010 
Kurt Gödel Centenary Institute for Advanced Study November 17, 2006 
Solutions to Equations in Integers Peter Sarnak Institute for Advanced Study March 26, 2008 


Abstract Algebra Benedict Gross, PhD, Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University. 
Sets, Counting, and Probability Paul G. Bamberg, DPhil, Senior Lecturer, Harvard University. 