The "Non-commercial Use License (NUL)" concerning the use and
distribution of the "Math Reference Tables" (MRT) component of Math2.org
is under review.
- MRT or any part or modification of it may NOT
be sold, commercially distributed, noncommercially distributed to
a wide audience (> 100 people per year), placed in a distributed commercial work,
or posted at a public Internet address
without explicit written consent from the Owner.1, 2, 3
Any redistribution (of all, part, or a modification) of MRT must include a
prominent reference to the original Math2.org
MRT web site (www.math2.org/tables). If the redistribution permits anything
other than person use, then the redistribution must also include
this MRT license statement unless explicit written consent to do otherwise is
obtained from the Owner.
- Except as stated in this license agreement, any redistribution is not
necessarily supported by Math2.org or any of its
contributors. Redistributors may not suggest otherwise support by Math2.org
or any of its contributors for those redistributions or derivative works
that contain them.
- The pages, graphics, organization, source code, and
object code of MRT are copyrighted by the Owner. The actual
intellectual content (such as individual equations or mathematical concepts)
is -- of course -- freely available public domain,
meaning there are no restrictions (e.g. one can't copyright the quadratic formula).
MRT are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind,
either expressed or implied. Math2.org and the Owner are not responsible for damages of
any kind including but not limited to use, modification, distribution, fitness
for a particular purpose, or correctness of the MRT. As this site
is undergoing ongoing development, Math2.org and the Owner do not guarentee
the correctness of its content.
1 Direct any questions or special requests about
this or any other revision of this license to David Manura here. Certain distribution
conditions may be reduced upon explicit written request. Most
noncommercial (and some commercial) requests will not be charged for.
Note that this statement allows typical distribution in a classroom setting
or use in typical student or internal company projects.
David Manura, Math2.org, 2001-04-07