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- Soddy's Formula - Pat Ballew
Descartes' Circle Theorem, an example of giving the credit to the wrong person. The formula is about the relation of the radii of four mutually tangent circles and is sometimes called the Kissing Circles Theorem: if four circles are all tangent to each
- Thinking Fountain Shape Cluster - Science Museum of Minnesota
Activities, images, and experiments relating science, math, and language arts. The shapes and math cluster features shape walk, I C shapes (finding circles, squares, and triangles in everyday objects), soap bubble geometry, pyramids and cubes (building
- Times Tables and Addition The Fun Way - City Creek Press, Inc.
A picture method of learning math facts, associating them with cartoons and stories and combining literature with math to reach all learning styles and increase retention of facts. Parents who want to help build self-esteem and increase math scores can
- Using Children's Literature in Mathematics - Elaine Young
A list of children's books (with authors) that can be used in math lessons.
- What Is Mathematics? - John M. Lawler, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. of Michigan
Listings of links on Godel, Escher, and Bach, and other material related to Hofstadter's book by that name, from a math appreciation course.
- World of Words, Numbers, and Notes - Mike Keith
Mostly original diversions in the areas of mathematics, word play, and music, including a Cadaeic Cadenza, a long pi mnemonic. Also, Ailihphilia (literature and word play) and Scitamatics (mathematical diversions): the recreational study of words, numbers
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