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Topic: Sum of Interior Angles of Polygons: A general Formula, and other updates
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Michael de Villiers

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Sum of Interior Angles of Polygons: A general Formula, and other updates
Posted: Feb 1, 2011 5:39 AM
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Just to announce for those interested that my homepage at http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/profmd/homepage4.html has been updated with the following new items:
1) PME (1989) paper "A comparative study of two Van Hiele testing instruments"
2) Feb 2011, Math e-Newsletter with info regarding new books, websites, conferences, etc.
3) mathematical/mathematics education quote
4) mathematics/science cartoon

My dynamic geometry sketches Link at http://math.kennesaw.edu/~mdevilli/JavaGSPLinks.htm has been updated with the following (new & revised) sketches:
1) De Villiers points & Hyperbola of a triangle (updated)
2) A generalization of Neuberg & Simson line (updated)
3) Interior Angle Sum of Polygons: A general formula to include crossed ones (new)
4) Some unproved conjectures (updated)
and the Student Explorations section with:
1) Cyclic quadrilateral rectangle result (new)
2) Interior Angle Sum of Polygons: A general formula to include crossed ones (new), with introductory Logo (Turtle Geometry) activity
3) Quadrilateral Inequality involving Perimeter & Diagonals (updated)
4) Added links to 'Mathematical Digest' and 'School Maths'


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Message was edited by: Michael de Villiers


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