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Volume 7, Number 43

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28 October 2002                                  Vol. 7, No. 43

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

 Protozones Interactives - Jarnow   |  5 x 5 Magic Squares - Meyer
   T2T FAQ: Math in the Real World: Mathematics and the Media


         PROTOZONES INTERACTIVES - Software by Al Jarnow

           http://www.protozone.net/AJinteractives.html

  Al Jarnow has written a collection of Web-based interactive
  software programs that are introductions to art and math,
  with many pattern-making applications. Shockwave is
  necessary to view them and is available for download from
  the page.

  Titles include:
    - KaleidoDraw              - BeeBopper
    - BorderLiners             - Memory
    - Wallovers                - Quadruplex
    - LinoTiler                - Bot
    - Quilter                  - TGOL: The Game of Life
    - Cubits                   - Shell Spinner
    - Ucello                   - Wormes
    - SnowFlaker               - Waves

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              5 x 5 MAGIC SQUARES - H. B. Meyer

   http://www.faust.fr.bw.schule.de/mhb/backtrack/mag5en.htm

  H.B. Meyer has developed an interactive page dedicated to the
  construction of 5 x 5 magic squares. There are three ways to
  use the activity:
    - manually moving the numbers
    - watching the computer slowly create a magic square
    - have the computer quickly generate a magic square

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     5x5 AND OTHER ODD-NUMBERED MAGIC SQUARES - Allan Adler

"http://mathforum.org/alejandre/magic.square/adler/adler.5x5math.html

  Information to learn to construct a 5 x 5 magic square.
 
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               MATH IN THE REAL WORLD - T2T FAQ
                   MATHEMATICS AND THE MEDIA
                                
           http://mathforum.org/t2t/faq/media.html

  Classroom resources to explore the different ways that we can
  connect the themes of mathematics and the media. Ideas range
  from critically examining the mathematics used in
  advertisement to the mathematics of proportion and scale
  needed to create movie sets.

  Resources include:

    - Lesson Plans
    - Dr. Math Archives
    - Problems of the Week
    - Web Resources
    - Books

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