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Mathematics
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Basic Math ( Numbers and Variables, Writing and Expressing numbers, Grouping and Simplifying, Factors and Exponents, Evaluating Expression, Geometry, Transforming Equation Involving Subtraction,... More > Distributive Property, Transforming Equations, and Factoring ).< Less
Cube Geometry
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While I was working on The Cylinder Book my attention was drawn to one of the five platonic solids: the regular hexahedron. The first calculations lead to the idea of 'maximum cylinder' which is the... More > maximum volume of a cylinder inscribed in a regular hexahedron. After that I decided to take a look at some other solids which fit into a cube.< Less
Cube Geometry
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While I was working on The Cylinder Book my attention was drawn to one of the five platonic solids: the regular hexahedron. The first calculations lead to the idea of 'maximum cylinder' which is the... More > maximum volume of a cylinder inscribed in a regular hexahedron. After that I decided to take a look at some other solids which fit into a cube.< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES
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EBOOK - This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the... More > composition of painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color images for the screen, and the B/W for print, are accessible on the Internet.< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES
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PDF - This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the... More > composition of painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color visuals are in the appendix, in B&W, for a lower cost printing, and on the Internet for screen< Less
GEOMETRY WITH THE EYES
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This book is the result of fifteen years of studies on art, in collaboration with mathematicians (in particular Jean-Paul Guichard and the IREM of Poitiers). Until the Renaissance, the composition of... More > painting and architecture was based on a specific geometry, called « with the eyes ». Its adventure began before writing, and books report nothing about. This practice avoids calculation for fear of scaring numbers, thanks to a grid where the figures are constructed. Thales, like many Greek philosophers, went to Egypt to learn it - he will give his name to the axioms. Then, all the properties are demonstrated with visual evidences, qualified as monstrations, in particular the four manifestations of the golden ratio in the triangle 3-4-5. This book offers a rich pedagogical material, as well as a solid basis for reflection on art and history. Rublev, Botticelli and Dürer are the great masters of this art. The color images for the screen, and the B/W for print, are accessible on the Internet.< Less
Elementary Mathematics & Intermediate Mathematics
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This book combines the Elementary Math and the Intermediate Math of the fifth editions into a single volume. The arithmetic topics include whole numbers, fractions, decimals, the percent symbol (%);... More > ratio, proportion, areas, perimeters, scientific notation, and measurements. The elementary algebra and geometry topics include exponents; polynomials; linear equations; word problems; factoring; quadratic equations; graphs, slopes, intercepts, straight lines; systems of equations, radicals; Pythagorean theorem and applications; algebraic fractions; and inequalities. The intermediate math topics include exponents; radicals; polynomials; graphs, slopes, intercepts, parallel and perpendicular lines; graphs of parabolas; linear and compound inequalities; algebraic fractions; fractional and radical equations; complex numbers; absolute value equations and inequalities; logarithms; logarithmic and exponential equations; congruency theorems; similar triangles; trigonometry; equations and circles..< Less
Sona Geometry from Angola: Mathematics of an African Tradition (color edition)
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The ‘sona’ tradition belongs to the culture of the Cokwe and related peoples in Eastern Angola and neighboring areas of Northwest Zambia and the Congo. Observers have described... More > ‘sona’ as sand graphs, sand drawings, drawings in the sand, writing in the sand, pictographs and ideograms, and as a system of communication. The ‘sona’ tradition is multifaceted. It comprises aspects that are philosophical, educational, artistic, ideographic, and recreational. The book shows that mathematical considerations were involved and developed as the Cokwe invented ‘sona’ and built up a reservoir of symbolic-graphic expressions. The book presents an analysis and reconstruction of mathematical elements in the sona tradition. The first English language edition in color contains an updated bibliography and an appendix with a brief introduction to new mathematical ideas that came out of the study of ‘sona.’ Translation and Preface: Artur B. Powell, Rutgers University, Newark, USA; 248 pp., over 500 illustrations in color.< Less
Mathematical Measures, Mathematical Pleasures, Mathematical Treasures
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A hands on introduction to the basic concepts of Geometry and Mathematics.
Amusements in Mathematics
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Dudeney learned to play chess at an early age, and continued to play frequently throughout his life. This led to a marked interest in mathematics and the composition of puzzles. Chess problems in... More > particular fascinated him during his early years. This is a collection of puzzles and mathematical problems he created for your enjoyment. He also discusses the psychology of puzzles and the application of math in our daily lives. Puzzles, according to Dudeney, were nothing more than perplexing questions. He asserted that we are constantly asking questions or trying to answer questions from childhood until death.< Less

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