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This is the online guide to finding resources for Mathematics

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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Mathematics

Welcome to this Subject Guide, which brings together key resources and information for students and staff.

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Key databases

Explore the full range of databases available at York on our E-resources guide

Referencing guide for Mathematics

The Mathematics department uses the AMS/LMS referencing styles - please check with the department if you are unsure which you should use.

Click here to see the AMS/LMS referencing style guide.