Math Forum Internet News

Volume 2, Number 42

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20 October 1997                                Vol. 2, No. 42

                 THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

 Mike's Problems | Palindromes | M.S./H.S. Teachers' Place


                 MIKE'S PAGE OF MATH PROBLEMS
                     Michael Shackleford

              http://www.charm.net/~shack/math/

This page of math and logic problems offers a fast-loading, 
no-nonsense presentation with few decorative graphics. 
Features include:

  - marked difficulty levels: Moderate, Difficult,
    Strenuous, and Very Hard!

  - four-star and unsolved problems for those with a
    strong math background;

  - answers, many with explanatory solutions.

Mike also provides links to other math puzzle pages:

  - THE GREY LABYRINTH
    http://www.wx3.com/labyrinth/puzzles.htm

  - A USENET ARCHIVE OF MATH PROBLEMS
    file://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/puzzles/archive/

See also Steven Finch's UNSOLVED MATHEMATICS PROBLEMS, from 
our June 1997 newsletter:  http://www.mathsoft.com/asolve/


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       PALINDROMIC NUMBERS AND OTHER RECREATIONAL TOPICS
                        Patrick De Geest

                http://www.ping.be/~ping6758/

Read about the palindromic millennium; explore Goldbach's
Sequences and palindromic DNA; move one number to make the
sequence 1 4 2 9 6 1 5 10 4 palindromic; learn about the
most famous search for a palindrome; listen to palindromic
music; and explore other odd facts about large and small
numbers. Using a Java-capable browser, explore palindromic
triangulars, tetrahedrals, squares, cubes, primes, circular 
primes, and more.

Those who know French will enjoy SABAS'WEB, a server for
everything having to do with palindromes in the French
language: words, quotations, numbers, names, sounds, etc.

         http://www.chez.com/sabas/index0.htm


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  MATH RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS: MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL

In addition to reorganizing our elementary level teachers'
pages, we've added to our areas for middle and high school
math resources:

 - MIDDLE SCHOOL Teachers' Place
   http://mathforum.org/teachers/middle/

 - HIGH SCHOOL Teachers' Place
   http://mathforum.org/teachers/high/

For your classroom, you'll find Internet activities and
projects, lesson plans, field trips for students, and
archives, reviews, and publishers of math software.

For your career, we offer information about math workshops,
mailing lists and newsgroups, articles and publications,
and professional organizations.

Please use the links at the tops of the Teachers' Place 
pages to let us know what you think, and send us your 
comments and suggestions.


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