Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Using a Surface Triangle to Explore Curvature James Casey Investigating triangle angle sums on various surfaces, e.g., bananas, soap bottles, watermelons, etc. (87, 1994) 69 - 77 Bringing Non-Euclidean Geometry Down to Earth Catherine Folio A "sharing teaching idea." Drawing triangles on a styrofoam ball. 78, (1985) 430 - 431. An Improvement on SSA Congruence for Geometry and Trigonometry Shraga Yushurum and David C. Kay Conditions under which SSA yields congruence. A result for non-Euclidean geometry is also presented. 76, (1983) 364 - 367. A Student Presented Mathematics Club Program - Non-Euclidean Geometries Leroy C. Dalton Suggested program topics. 73, (1980) 451 - 452. Neutral and Non-Euclidean Geometry - A High School Course Peter A. Krause and Steven L. Okolica Content of a classroom tested introduction to non-Euclidean geometries. 70, (1977) 319 - 324. Taxicab Geometry Eugene F. Krause Geometry on a grid, comparison to Euclidean geometry. 66, (1973) 695 - 706. Taxicab Geometry - A Non-Euclidean Geometry Of Lattice Points Donald R. Byrkit An axiomatic presentation of a geometry of lattice points. 64, (1971) 418 - 422. A Non-Euclidean Distance Stanley R. Clemens A metric on RxR (different from the usual) which yields unique parallels. 64, (1971) 595 - 600. The Parallel Postulate Raymond H. Rolwing and Maita Levine Historical notes on attempts at proof. 62, (1969) 665 - 669. Equivalent Forms Of The Parallel Axiom Lucas N. H. Bunt Reprint from Euclides. Equivalences and proofs. 60, (1967) 641 - 652. Saccheri, Forerunner Of Non-Euclidean Geometry Sister Mary of Mercy Fitzpatrick History and some examples. 57, (1964) 323 - 331. Introduction To Non-Euclidean Geometry Wesley W. Maiers Directional parallels, quadrilaterals, triangles, some exercises. 57, (1964) 457 - 461. The Saccheri Quadrilateral Louis O. Kattsoff An introduction to non-Euclidean geometries. 55, (1962) 630 - 636. Problems In Presenting Non-Euclidean Geometries To High School Teachers Louis O. Katsoff Nature and uses of non-Euclidean geometries. 53, (1960) 559 - 563. Polar Maps John Kinsella and A. Day Bradley Some spherical geometry. 42, (1949) 219 - 225. The Lessons Non-Euclidean Geometry Can Teach Kenneth B. Henderson Riemannian and hyperbolic geometries involved. 33, (1940) 73 - 79. The Extension Of Concepts In Mathematics Aubrey W. Kemper Infinite elements in geometry, non-Euclidean geometries, four-dimensional geometry. 16, (1923) 1 - 23. Some Varieties Of Space Emilie N. Martin Non-Euclidean geometries discussed. 16, (1923) 470 - 480. "Steradians" and Spherical Excess George W. Evans Some geometry on a sphere. 15, (1922) 429 - 433. Non-Euclidean Geometry W. H. Bussey History. Some results in hyperbolic and elliptic geometry. 15, (1922) 445 - 459. Philosophy and Non-Euclidean Geometry F.A. Foraker The philosophical implications of non-Euclidean geometries. 11, (1918-1919) 196 - 198. Solid Geometry Howard F. Hart Some geometry on a sphere. 3, (1910-1911) 24 - 26. Some Thoughts On Space E. D. Roe, Jr. With reference to the philosophy of Kant. 2, (1909-1910) 31 - 38. H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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