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Volume 6, Number 36

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3 September 2001                                  Vol. 6, No. 36

                 THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

               HoustonACT AP Calculus Workshop
     Mathematical Moments Program - AMS | Vedicmaths.org



                JUST-IN-TIME AP CALCULUS WORKSHOP
                  Houston Area Calculus Teachers

      http://www.HoustonACT.org/workshop1_announcement.htm

  The Houston Area Calculus Teachers will host their first
  Just-In-Time AP Calculus Workshop on Saturday, September 15th
  on the University of Houston Campus.

  Subsequent workshops will be held in October, November,
  February, and March. Online registration is available.

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                WORKSHOPS FOR MATH TEACHERS

          http://mathforum.org/teachers/workshops/

  The Forum hosts a growing collection of math and math
  education workshop announcements. If you're looking for a
  workshop, you may browse announcements by level, conduct a
  keyword search, or refine your view by selecting from our set
  of categories (i.e., location, topic, date). If you have a
  workshop to announce, we invite you to fill out the
  submission form -- your event will be included among those
  listed in our collection.


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                  MATHEMATICAL MOMENTS PROGRAM

             http://www.ams.org/ams/mathmoments.html

  The American Mathematical Society's Mathematical Moments is
  a series of illustrated "snapshots" designed to promote
  appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays
  in science, nature, technology, and human culture.

  The initial topics for Mathematical Moments are:
    - Describing the Oceans
    - Designing Aircraft
    - Deciphering DNA
    - Storing Fingerprints
    - Investing in Markets
    - Creating Crystals
    - Seeing the World through Fractals
    - Experimenting with the Heart
    - Securing Internet Connections
    - Making Movies Come Alive
    - Listening to Music
    - Routing Traffic through the Internet
    - Tracking Products
    - Forecasting Weather

  Mathematical Moments are in PDF format and may be freely
  downloaded in a standard or short version.


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                       VEDICMATHS.ORG

                 http://www.vedicmaths.org

  Learn about the ancient system of mathematics of the Vedas,
  which was rediscovered between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati
  Krsna Tirthaji (1884-1960). According to his research all of
  mathematics is based on sixteen Sutras, or word-formulae.

  What is Vedic Mathematics?
  http://www.vedicmaths.org.uk/menu_files/WhatisVM.htm

  Development History of Vedic Mathematics
  http://www.vedicmaths.org.uk/group_files/history%20VM/history%20VM.htm

  Vedic Maths Tutorials
  http://www.vedicmaths.org.uk/group_files/tutorial/Tutorial%20menus.htm

  To obtain books on Vedic Mathematics, visit their sister site:

                http://www.vedicmaths.com


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