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Adventures in mathematical reasoning. Reprint of the 2001 original published by McGraw-Hill under the title ‘How the other half thinks: adventures in mathematical reasoning’. (English)
Dover Books on Mathematics. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications (ISBN 978-0-486-80644-0). xi, 177~p. (2016).
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Teachers’ critical evaluations of dynamic geometry software implementation in 1:1 classrooms. (English)
Comput. Sch. 31, No. 3, 134-153 (2014).
Classification: U70 U50
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Investigating quadrilaterals as an ongoing task. (English)
Int. J. Math. Teach. Learn. 2010, 1-21 (2010).
Classification: D50 G40 C30
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Sums and products of jointly distributed random variables: A simplified approach. (English)
J. Stat. Educ. 13, No. 3 (2005).
Classification: K65
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Cutting a polygon into triangles of equal areas. (English)
Math. Intell. 26, No. 1, 17-21 (2004).
Classification: G45 G35 F65
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Archimedes - What did he do besides cry Eureka? (English)
Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC (ISBN 0-88385-718-9). 155 p. (1999).
Classification: A30
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Introduction to higher mathematics IV. Sequences, series, limits. (Einführungskurs Höhere Mathematik IV. Folgen, Reihen, Grenzwerte.) (German)
Vieweg, Braunschweig (ISBN 3-528-07426-4). 102 p. (1997).
Classification: I35
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Strength in numbers. Discovering the joy and power of mathematics in everyday life. (English)
Wiley, New York, NY (ISBN 0-471-32974-6). 285 p. (1996).
Classification: U90
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Gresham’s Law: Algorithm drives out thought. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 13, 25-28 (1996).
Classification: D30
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Strength in numbers. Discovering the joy and power of mathematics in everyday life. (English)
Wiley, New York, NY (ISBN 0-471-15252-8). 284 p. (1996).
Classification: U90
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Exactly how did Newton deal with his planets? (English)
Math. Intell. 18, No. 2, 6-11 (1996).
Classification: M54
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Algebra and tiling. Homomorphisms in the service of geometry. (English)
Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC (ISBN 0-88385-028-1). 219 p. (1994).
Classification: G95
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Young’s Vision. (English)
Math. Teach. (Reston) 86, No. 4, 330-33 (1993).
Classification: A30
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Gresham’s law: algorithm drives out thought. Das Greshamsche Gesetz: Algorithmus treibt das Denken aus. (English)
J. Math. Behav. (Apr 1988) v. 7(1) p. 79-84.
Classification: D30 B10
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Transcendental proofs for e - yesterday and today. Transzendenzbeweis fuer e gestern und heute. (German)
Math. Semesterber. (1987) v. 34(2) p. 187-219. [ISSN 0720-728X]
Classification: I24 H24 A34 D44
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Routine Problems. Routineaufgaben. (English)
Coll. Math. J. (Nov 1985) v. 16(5) p. 383-85.
Classification: D45
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Football-geometry. Teaching activity for grade 8. Fussball-Geometrie. Unterrichtsbeispiel aus dem 8. Schuljahr. (German)
Math. Lehren. (Jun 1984) (no.4) p. 58-61. [ISSN 0175-2235]
Classification: G43 M93 D83
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Mirror box. A suggestion for a lesson in the upper sixth. Der Eckenspiegel. Unterrichtsvorschlag fuer das 12. Schuljahr. (German)
Math. Lehren. (Apr 1984) (no.3) p. 48-51. [ISSN 0175-2235]
Classification: G74 U64
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History, geometry and irrational numbers. Three lessons in grade 9. Geschichte, Geometrie und Irrationalzahlen. Drei Stunden in der Klasse 9. (German)
Mathematikunterr. (Aug 1982) v. 28(4) p. 20-29.
Classification: G53 G43
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The knotted pentagon. Das Knotenfuenfeck. (German)
Mathematikunterr. (Aug 1982) v. 28(4) p. 53-65.
Classification: G40
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