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18 Oct

Curvy Dissections

TweetNowadays, finding the area of curvilinear shapes falls in the purview of calculus. But the problem of finding areas draw much interest in antiquity and preoccupied mathematicians ever since. One of the acknowledged results by Hippocrates of Chios (470-410 B.C.) is the Squaring of a Lune. The problem of squaring a shape refers to a […]

04 Jun

PWW: How Geometry Helps Algebra

TweetProofs Without Words is a great educational device that helps students understand and teachers convey mathematical facts. Professor Roger Nelson of Lewis & Clark College has a special knack for the PWW; a rare issue of Mathematics Magazine comes out without one if his creations. The latest (June 2011) is no exception. What do you […]

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