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, 3D algebra video game, is cataloged in our Math Tools digital library.
View the catalog page to view ratings, comments, and join in the ongoing 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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