Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Perimeters, Patterns, and Conjectures. Charlene Kincaid, Guy R. Mauldin, and Deanna M. Mauldin Activities. Investigating the number of possible perimeters, maximum and minimum perimeters for tile arrangements. (87, 1994) 98 - 101, 107 - 108 Mathematical Connections with a Spirograph Alfinio Flores Activities with a spirograph for investigating patterns and symmetry. (85, 1992) 129 - 137 Let the Computer Draw the Tessellations That You Design Jimmy C. Woods Gives BASIC routines to save time in the drawing of tessellations. (81, 1988) 138 - 141 A Matter of Disks William E. Ewbank In what manner should disks be cut from a piece of posterboard in order to minimize wastage? 79, (1986) 96 - 97, 146. Reflection Patterns for Patchwork Quilts Duane DeTemple Forming patchwork quilt patterns by reflecting a single square back and forth between inner and outer rectangles. Investigating the periodic patterns formed. BASIC program included. 79, (1986) 138 - 143. Dirichlet Polygons--An Example of Geometry in Geography Thomas O'Shea Applications of Dirichlet polygons, including homestead boundaries and rainfall measurement. 79, (1986) 170 - 173. Honeycomb Geometry: Applied Mathematics in Nature William J. Roberts Covering the plane with regular shapes. 77, (1984) 188 - 190. Perplexed by Hexed Caroline Hollingsworth "Tessellation like" problems. 77, (1984) 560 - 562. Tiling Richard A Freitag Activity involving replication of figures. Congruence and similarity. 71, (1978) 199 - 202. A Strip Of Wallpaper Joseph A. Troccolo Symmetries and transformations involving wallpaper patterns. 70, (1977) 55 - 58. A Pentamino Unit Phyllis C. Ferrell Geometric activities with pentaminos. 70, (1977) 523 - 527. Transformation Geometry and The Artwork Of M.C. Escher Sheila Haak Analyzing the symmetries and transformations in Escher's drawings. Techniques for producing such drawings. 69, (1976) 647 - 652. Master Of Tessellations: M.C. Escher, 1898 - 1972 E.R. Ranucci An account of Escher's contributions to geometry. 67, (1974) 299 - 306. How To Draw Tessellations Of The Escher Type Joseph L. Teeters Title tells all. 67, (1974) 307 - 310. A Simple Sorting Sequence David R. Duncan and Bonnie Litwiller Fitting regular polygons about a point in the plane. 67, (1974) 311 - 315. Designs With Tessellations Evan M. Maletsky Activities involving polygons. 67, (1974) 335 - 338. Activities: Tessellations L. Carer Bolster Covering the region about a point in the plane with regular polygons. 66, (1973) 339 - 342. A Tiny Treasury Of Tessellations Ernest R. Ranucci Coverings of the plane. 61, (1968) 114 - 117. Mosaics By Reflections J. Maurice Kingston Coverings of the plane. 50, (1957) 280 - 286. H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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