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Colorful polynomial explorations. (English)
Consortium 106, 30-37 (2014).
Classification: K30
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Nobel prize in chemistry for discovery of quasicrystals: mathematicians were there first. (English)
Consortium, No. 102, 13-17 (2012).
Classification: M65 G95
2
Exploring properties of stable matchings: a quest for fairness leads to intriguing mathematical structures. (English)
Consortium, No. 100, 6-15 (2011).
Classification: N60 K20 K30 M40
3
Mathematical experiments and experimental mathematics. (English)
Consortium, No. 98, 22-33 (2010).
Classification: D40 N90 U70 K30
4
Genetic inversion. (English)
UMAP J. 31, No. 3, 217-278 (2010).
Classification: M64 M65 D84 D85
5
Movin’ on up: modeling how hermit crabs find new homes. (English)
Consortium, No. 2009(96), Special edition: HiMCM outstanding papers, 24-29 (2009).
Classification: M64 M65
6
Reading in the intersection of biography, mathematics, history and the future. (English)
Consortium, No. 94, 23-31 (2008).
Classification: A80 A30
7
Reversals of genetic fortunes. (English)
Consortium 2007, No. 92, 20-26 (2007).
Classification: M60 K20
8
Navigating through mathematical connections in grades 9‒12. With CD-ROM. (English)
Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) (ISBN 978-0-87353-576-2/pbk). 178~p. (2006).
Classification: M13 M14
9
Trees, chains, and chances. (English)
Consortium, No. 90, 21-25 (2006).
Classification: M65 K65
10
Partitions. Numbers as more than the sums of their parts. (English)
Consortium, No. 89, 26-31 (2005).
Classification: F65
11
One egg or two? Statistics helps shed light on paleontology mystery. (English)
Consortium, No. 86, 13-18 (2004).
Classification: M60
12
Mathematics helps sort our genes. (English)
Consortium, No. 88, 3-6 (2005).
Classification: M60
13
Math today: It’s a small world. (English)
Consortium, No. 87, 16-22 (2004).
Classification: K30
14
What are American elementary students learning? (English)
Clarke, Barbara et al., International perspectives on learning and teaching mathematics. NCM/Göteborg University, Göteborg (ISBN 91-85143-01-4). 37-50 (2004).
Classification: D42
15
Numerical Fulcrums: Providing leverage for working with prime numbers. A high school student research provides a rich topic for generating mathematical discussions. (English)
Consortium, No. 85, 5-10 (2003).
Classification: F60
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From problem solving to modeling: The evolution of thinking about research on complex mathematical activity. (English)
Lesh, Richard et al., Beyond constructivism. Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ (ISBN 0-8058-3822-8). 501-517 (2003).
Classification: D20
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A semiotic look at modeling behaviour. (English)
Lesh, Richard et al., Beyond constructivism. Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ (ISBN 0-8058-3822-8). 97-122 (2003).
Classification: C30
18
Taking the temperature of mathematical problems: What makes some problems hard? (English)
Consortium, No. 84, 13-17 (2002).
Classification: D50
19
Math today: A long way from home: Transatlantic sea star migration. (English)
Consortium, No. 82, 12-15 (2002).
Classification: M60
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