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20 December, 2013 Vol. 18, No. 51

THE MATH FORUM @ DREXEL INTERNET NEWS

Results of 2013 Mathematics Trial Urban District Assessment
2014 Beckenbach Book | Foldable Calendar Polyhedral Models

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RESULTS OF 2013 MATHEMATICS TRIAL URBAN DISTRICT ASSESSMENT

http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_math_tuda_2013/

The 2013 Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) came out
Wednesday. A research report of the Department of Education's
National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), TUDA measures
progress in America's urban school districts from the 2013
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in reading
and mathematics at grades 4 and 8.

Wednesday's analysis takes the 21 cities that participate in
TUDA, and compares each of them to other large cities, as well
as to the nation. It also includes achievement gap data by
racial/ethnic group, income level, and gender. Visit the
nationsreportcard.gov website to access complete results,
see district snapshots, generate customized summary reports,
and create summary and custom data tables of fourth- and
eighth-grade math performances in

- Albuquerque Public Schools
- Atlanta Public Schools
- Austin Independent School District
- Baltimore City Public Schools
- Boston School District
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
- Chicago Public Schools
- Cleveland Metropolitan School District
- Dallas Independent School District
- Detroit Public Schools
- District of Columbia Public Schools
- Fresno Unified School District
- Hillsborough County (FL) Public Schools
- Houston Independent School District
- Jefferson County Public Schools (KY)
- Los Angeles Unified School District
- Miami-Dade County Public Schools
- Milwaukee Public Schools
- New York City Public Schools
- School District of Philadelphia
- San Diego Unified School District

Three panelists for the National Assessment Governing Board
(NAGB) issued statements about the 2013 TUDA: a fourth grade
teacher from Los Angeles, the Republican majority whip of the
Florida State Senate, and the Executive Director of the
Council of the Great City Schools.

http://www.nagb.org/newsroom/naep-releases/2013-reading-math-tuda.html

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PoW taking place: math problem-solving moment of the week

"Edward M. from ASU Preparatory Academy Polytechnic noticed
that the number of candles each night is one more than the
night before, and he wrote out a table. Lillian L. from Mesa
Union Junior High wrote an equation to help her describe the
pattern. I included Tatsuki's solution because he added up the
numbers using a very useful formula...."

- Annie, commenting on the FunPoW's Latest Solution

http://mathforum.org/pows/solution.htm?publication=4319

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2014 BECKENBACH BOOK

http://maabooks.blogspot.com/2013/12/beckenbach-book-prize-2014.html

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) recently awarded
its Beckenbach Book prize to a title that "reveals the
creativity that has produced the mathematics we see as the
finished product in textbooks."

The first part of "A Historian Looks Back: The Calculus as
Algebra and Selected Writings" focuses on Joseph-Louis
Lagrange's pioneering effort to reduce the calculus to algebra.
The second part consists of ten articles -- six of which won
awards from the MAA for expository excellence -- such as

- Who gave you the Epsilon? Cauchy and the Origins of
Rigorous Calculus
- Descartes and Problem-solving
- Why Should Historical Truth Matter to Mathematicians?
Dispelling Myths while Promoting Maths
- Why did Lagrange "Prove" the Parallel Postulate?

See the table of contents, read an excerpt, and order this book
from the MAA here:

http://www.maa.org/publications/books/a-historian-looks-back

Named for the late Edwin Beckenbach, a professor of mathematics
and long-time leader in the publications program of the MAA,
the Beckenbach Book Prize for 2014 recognizes author Judith V.
Grabiner, the Flora Sanborn Pitzer Professor of Mathematics at
Pitzer College, for her "distinguished, innovative book."

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FOLDABLE CALENDAR POLYHEDRAL MODELS

http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/trol/trolqc.htm

Want a 2014 calendar to ring in the new year mathematically? Or
a timely manipulative to engage your geometry students? Or a
last-minute handmade gift for the geek-who-has-everything?
Download a polyhedron net and fold up your own
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British publishers Cleave Books offer these 3-D models
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- pentagonal antiprisms
- tetrahedra
- right pyramids
- oblique pyramids
- octahedra
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<a href="http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_math_tuda_2013/">http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_math_tuda_2013/</a>
</p>
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The 2013 Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) came out
Wednesday. A research report of the Department of Education's
National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), TUDA measures
progress in America's urban school districts from the 2013
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in reading
and mathematics at grades 4 and 8.
</p>
<p>
Wednesday's analysis takes the 21 cities that participate in
TUDA, and compares each of them to other large cities, as well
as to the nation. It also includes achievement gap data by
racial/ethnic group, income level, and gender. Visit the
<a href="http://nationsreportcard.gov/">nationsreportcard.gov</a> website to access complete results,
see district snapshots, generate customized summary reports,
and create summary and custom data tables of fourth- and
eighth-grade math performances in
</p>
<ul>
<li>
Albuquerque Public Schools
</li>
<li>
Atlanta Public Schools
</li>
<li>
Austin Independent School District
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Baltimore City Public Schools
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Boston School District
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Chicago Public Schools
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Detroit Public Schools
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District of Columbia Public Schools
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Fresno Unified School District
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Houston Independent School District
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Jefferson County Public Schools (KY)
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New York City Public Schools
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San Diego Unified School District
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Three panelists for the National Assessment Governing Board
(NAGB) issued statements about the 2013 TUDA: a fourth grade
teacher from Los Angeles, the Republican majority whip of the
Florida State Senate, and the Executive Director of the
Council of the Great City Schools.
</p>
<p align="center"><a href="http://www.nagb.org/newsroom/naep-releases/2013-reading-math-tuda.html">http://www.nagb.org/newsroom/</a><br><a href="http://www.nagb.org/newsroom/naep-releases/2013-reading-math-tuda.html">naep-releases/2013-reading-math-tuda.html</a></p>
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"Edward M. from ASU Preparatory Academy Polytechnic noticed
that the number of candles each night is one more than the
night before, and he wrote out a table. Lillian L. from Mesa
Union Junior High wrote an equation to help her describe the
pattern. I included Tatsuki's solution because he added up the
numbers using a very useful formula...."
<dd>
- Annie, commenting on the FunPoW's Latest Solution
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<a href="http://mathforum.org/pows/solution.htm?publication=4319">http://mathforum.org/pows/solution.htm?publication=4319</a>
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<p><strong><font color="#003399">2014 Beckenbach Book</font></strong></p>
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<a href="http://maabooks.blogspot.com/2013/12/beckenbach-book-prize-2014.html">http://maabooks.blogspot.com/2013/12/</a><br><a href="http://maabooks.blogspot.com/2013/12/beckenbach-book-prize-2014.html">beckenbach-book-prize-2014.html</a>
</p>
<p>
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) recently awarded
its Beckenbach Book prize to a title that "reveals the
creativity that has produced the mathematics we see as the
finished product in textbooks."
</p>
<p>
The first part of <em>A Historian Looks Back: The Calculus as
Algebra and Selected Writings</em> focuses on Joseph-Louis
Lagrange's pioneering effort to reduce the calculus to algebra.
The second part consists of ten articles &mdash; six of which won
awards from the MAA for expository excellence &mdash; such as
</p>
<ul>
<li>
Who gave you the Epsilon? Cauchy and the Origins of
Rigorous Calculus
</li>
<li>
Descartes and Problem-solving
</li>
<li>
Why Should Historical Truth Matter to Mathematicians?
Dispelling Myths while Promoting Maths
</li>
<li>
Why did Lagrange "Prove" the Parallel Postulate?
</li>
</ul>
<p>
See the table of contents, read an excerpt, and order this book
from the MAA here:
</p>
<p align="center"><a href="http://www.maa.org/publications/books/a-historian-looks-back">http://www.maa.org/publications/books/a-historian-looks-back</a></p>
<p>
Named for the late Edwin Beckenbach, a professor of mathematics
and long-time leader in the publications program of the MAA,
the Beckenbach Book Prize for 2014 recognizes author Judith V.
Grabiner, the Flora Sanborn Pitzer Professor of Mathematics at
Pitzer College, for her "distinguished, innovative book."
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about to be mine"
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<p><strong><font color="#003399">Foldable Calendar Polyhedral Models</font></strong></p>
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<a href="http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/trol/trolqc.htm">http://www.cleavebooks.co.uk/trol/trolqc.htm</a>
</p>
<p>
Want a 2014 calendar to ring in the new year mathematically? Or
a timely manipulative to engage your geometry students? Or a
last-minute handmade gift for the geek-who-has-everything?
Download a polyhedron net and fold up your own
three-dimensional, 365-day calendar!
</p>
<p>
British publishers Cleave Books offer these 3-D models
formatted to print out on standard 8.5" &times; 11" paper:
</p>
<ul>
<li>
cones
</li>
<li>
rhombic prisms
</li>
<li>
triangular prisms
</li>
<li>
pentagonal antiprisms
</li>
<li>
tetrahedra
</li>
<li>
right pyramids
</li>
<li>
oblique pyramids
</li>
<li>
octahedra
</li>
<li>
rhombohedra
</li>
<li>
delta-dodecahedra
</li>
<li>
triangular prisms
</li>
<li>
hexagonal prisms
</li>
<li>
tetrahedra
</li>
<li>
flexi-tetrahedra
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