November 24, 2006
Volume 11 No. 47
 

In This Issue

Tabula Digita Marketing Partnership

Math Tools: Dimenxian

Quite BASIC

Los Elementos de Euclides

 

Tabula Digita Marketing Partnership

http://mathforum.org/announce/tabula.digita.html

Tabula Digita, a leading provider of immersive learning video games, has entered into a partnership with The Math Forum @ Drexel University, a central source of interactive, online math services and resources to over a million students annually.


Math Tools: Dimenxian

http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/24326/

Dimenxian, a new first person, 3-D algebra video game, is cataloged in our Math Tools digital library.

View the catalog page to view ratings, comments, and join in the on-going discussion.


Quite BASIC

http://www.quitebasic.com/

Nikko Strom presents a JavaScript environment for coding in the classic BASIC programming language with a tutorial for students. The site is organized into these areas:

  • File
  • Students! - includes the Quite BASIC Tutorial
  • View
  • Projects - under Mathematics includes:
            Fibonacci Sequence
            Fibonacci Squares
            Sieve of Eratosthenes
            Mandelbrot
  • Projects - under Puzzles includes:
            Towers of Hanoi
            Eight Queens Puzzle
  • Google Gadgets
  • Help
  • About


Los Elementos de Euclides

http://www.euclides.org

Jaume Domenech provides Spanish and Catalan translations of Euclid's "Elements." Included are definitions and illustrative applets organized into these sections:

  • Euclid's Elements in Catalan
  • Euclid's Elements in Spanish
  • Heiberg's Definitions in Latin
  • Euclid's Images
  • Articles on Euclid
  • References to Euclid on the Internet
  • Different Editions of the Elements
  • FAQ - Previous Questions
  • About the Indivisible Lines
  • Map of the Web (sitemap)

 

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