Writing math research papers. Enrichment for math enthusiasts. (English)

Key Curriculum Press, Berkeley, CA (ISBN 1-55953-278-5). 213 p. (1997).

This book serves as both a text for students and a resource for teachers and administrators. For students, it systematically describes how to write a research paper, including the pre-writing work of problem solving and reading mathematics effectively. The book also offers suggestions for giving math research presentations and entering math contests. In addition to preparing students to write math research papers, the book provides teachers and students with a list of interesting research topics, an incomplete bibliography of (American) periodicals and problem solving books. An appendix titled A Guide for Teachers and Administrators gives nuts and bolts suggestions for implementing a math research program.