Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Illustrating Mathematical Connections: A Geometric Proof of Euler's Theorem Erin K. Fry and Peter L. Glidden Using the sum of the measures of the face angles. (889, 1996) 62 - 65 Technology and Reasoning in Algebra and Geometry Daniel B. Hirschhorn and Denisse R. Thompson Explorations to foster reasoning in mathematics. The geometry portion utilizes dynamic software. (889, 1996) 138 - 142 Making Connections: Spatial Skills and Engineering Drawings Beverly G. Baartmans and Sheryl A. Sorby Orthographic drawings and isometric drawings. (889, 1996) 348 - 357 Where Are We? Charles Wavaris and Timothy V. Craine Activities for exploring longitude and latitude. Construction of a gnomon. Time zones. (889, 1996) 524 - 534 Multiple Connections Rose Mary Zbiek Width-length-perimeter graphs and width-length-area graphs. (889, 1996) 628 - 634 Geometry, Iteration, and Finance A. Landy Godbold, Jr. Relation of calculation of balances to transformations on the number line. (889, 1996) 646 - 651 Match Geometric Figures with Trigonometric Identities Guanshen Ren Connections between geometric configurations and trigonometric identities. (88, 1995) 24 - 25 Connecting Geometry and Algebra: Geometric Interpretations of Distance Terry W. Crites Primarily as areas under curves. (88, 1995) 292 - 297 A Geometric Approach to the Discriminant R. Daniel Hurwitz Characterizing the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation by investigating the intersections of a parabola and a line. (88, 1995) 323 - 325 Guidelines for Teaching Plane Isometries In Secondary School Adela Jaime and Angel Gutiérrez Connecting Research to Teaching. Isometries as a link for different branches of mathematics or for mathematics and other sciences. (88, 1995) 591 - 597 Geometry in English Wheatfields The geometry and diatonic ratios of crop circles. (88, 1995) 802 Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry Robert Pacyga Implementing the Curriculum and Evaluation Standards. Relating models to compounds found in chemistry. Connecting mathematics, science, and English. (87, 1994) 43 - 46 Geometry and Poetry Betty B. Thompson Sharing Teaching Ideas. Reading poems to find one which conjure up geometric images and then illustrating the idea graphically. (87, 1994) 88 Albrecht Durer's Renaissance Connections between Mathematics and Art Karen Doyle Walton Some of Durer's geometric work is discussed. (87, 1994) 278 - 282 Word Roots in Geometry Margaret E. McIntosh Suggestions for a unit on word study in geometry. (87, 1994) 510 - 515 The Functions of a Toy Balloon Loring Coes III Activities. Connections between algebra and geometry. (87, 1994) 619 - 622, 627 - 629 Mathematical Ties That Bind Peggy A. House Questions about neckties. Many are geometrical in nature. (87, 1994) 682 - 689 H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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