Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Connecting Geometry and Algebra: Geometric Interpretations of Distance Terry W. Crites Primarily as areas under curves. (88, 1995) 292 - 297 The Functions of a Toy Balloon Loring Coes III Activities. Connections between algebra and geometry. (87, 1994) 619 - 622, 627 - 629 Exhibiting Connections between Algebra and Geometry David R. Laing and Arthur T. White Situations in which the expression 2n/(n - 2) arises. (84, 1991) 703 - 705 The Peelle Triangle Alan Lipp Information which can be deduced from the triangle about points, lines, segments, squares, and cubes. A relation to Pascal's triangle. 80, (1987) 56 - 60. Periodic Pictures Ray S. Nowak Activities involving graphical symmetries produced by periodic decimals. BASIC program provided. 80, (1987) 126 - 137. Geometrical Adventures in Functionland Rina Hershkowitz, Abraham Arcavi, and Theodore Eisenberg Determining the change in area produced by making a change in some property of a particular figure. 80, (1987) 346 - 352. Nearly Isosceles Pythagorean Triples--Once More Hermann Hering A proof that every NIPT can be generated by the formula provided. 79, (1986) 724 - 725. Geometric Proof Of Algebraic Identities Virginia M. Horak and Willis J. Horak The proofs are primarily accomplished by dissections. 74, (1981) 212 - 216. Measure For Measure Harold Trimble Geometric views of several algebraic problems. 72, (1979) 217 - 220. Completing The Cube Barbara Turner Geometric models for summation formulas. 70, (1977) 67 - 70. The "Piling Up Of Squares" In Ancient China Frank Swetz History. Geometric solutions to algebraic problems. 70, (1977) 72 - 78. The Algebra and Geometry Of Polyhedra Joseph A. Troccolo Algebraic and geometric approaches to construction of polyhedra. 69, (1976) 220 - 224. Circles, Chords, Secants, Tangents, and Quadratic Equations Alton T. Olson Using geometric techniques to solve quadratic equations. 69, (1976) 641 - 645. Elementary Linear Algebra and Geometry via Linear Equations Thomas J. Brieski Relationship of the set of solutions of a homogeneous linear equation, the coordinate plane, and the set of transformations of the plane. 68, (1975) 378 - 383. On The Occasional Incompatibility Of Algebra and Geometry Margaret A. Farrell and Ernest R. Ranucci Situations in which geometric analysis indicates that an initial algebraic solution is incomplete. 66, (1973) 491 - 497. Geometric Solutions To Quadratic and Cubic Equations Harley B. Henning Geometric analogs of solutions of algebraic equations. 65, (1972) 113 - 119. Permutation Patterns Ernest R. Ranucci Geometric interpretations of permutations. 65, (1972) 333 - 338. Another Geometric Introduction To Mathematical Generalization H. L. Kung A geometric approach to the formula for the sum of the first n positive integers. 65, (1972) 375 - 376. On Proofs Of The Irrationality of SQR(2) V. C. Harris Contains one geometric proof. 64, (1971) 19 - 21. Abstract Algebra From Axiomatic Geometry J.D. MacDonald The derivation of an abstract algebraic structure from a projective geometry. 59, (1966) 98 - 106. Geometric Solutions Of A Quadratic Equation Amos Nannini Some classical constructions are involved. 59, (1966) 647 - 649. Vectors In Algebra and Geometry A. M. Glicksman Geometric results obtained by considering vectors and linear equations. 58, (1965) 327 - 332. Using Geometry In Algebra John H. White Similar triangles and navigation. 38, (1945) 58 - 63. Use Of Figures In Solving Problems In Algebra and Geometry Offa Neal Applied problems interpreted geometrically. 33, (1940) 210 - 212. H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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