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A ’dissection’ proof that includes the law of cosines and the Pythagorean theorem. (English)
Math. Coll. 2000, 3-9 (2000).
Classification: G43
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A Fibonacci generalization: a Lakatosian example. (English)
Math. Coll. 2000, 10-29 (2000).
Classification: F64
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Using original sources in discrete mathematics. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 47-49 (1998).
Classification: N74
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A mathematical modeling perspective on baseball statistics. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 17-27 (1998).
Classification: M94
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Revisiting the fundamental theorem of calculus. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 3-16 (1998).
Classification: I54
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Calculus II with a graphics calculator. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 64-69 (1998).
Classification: I44
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On Conway’s RATS. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 28-35 (1998).
Classification: I34
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Determining if two matrices have the same row space. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 50-52 (1998).
Classification: H64
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Catalan’s equation. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 53-58 (1998).
Classification: H34
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A square snowflake. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 70-77 (1998).
Classification: G94
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Inversion in generalized circles. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 36-46 (1998).
Classification: G54
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Multi-sensory learning strategies in developmental mathematics. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 59-63 (1998).
Classification: C74
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The roots of mathematics: a world-wide story. (English)
Math. Coll. 1998, 78-96 (1998).
Classification: A34
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The probability distribution of the number of steps to absorption in a one-dimensional random walk. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 25-31 (1994-95).
Classification: K65
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Parallelism: a simple concept? (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 12-18 (1994-95).
Classification: I65
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An alternative elementary proof that $\int^{\infty}_0$e$^{-x^{2}}$dx=$\sqrtπ$/2. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 22-24 (1994-95).
Classification: I55
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On the location of the intermediate point in Taylor’s theorem. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 1-4 (1994-95).
Classification: I45
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The series for ln 2. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 19-21 (1994-95).
Classification: I35
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The role of formal mathematical proofs. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 38-39 (1994-95).
Classification: E50
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Where remediation fails, enrichment can succeed. (English)
Math. Coll. 1994-95, 5-11 (1994-95).
Classification: D74
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