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Weird Ways to Work with Pi By James Tanton
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In this curious little text we'll explore all sorts of curious little issues: What is the value of pi for a square? What can we say about ropes wrapped around the Earth? What is the "right"... More > value of pi for any shape? Can the value of pi change? Lots of mathematical fun to be had.< Less
Weird Ways to Work with Pi By James Tanton
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Who said "pi" applies only to circles? What is the value of pi for a square? For a triangle? For other shapes? In this little text we'll learn that playing with values of pi for shapes... More > other than circles has surprising and beautiful good uses. All jolly fun!< Less
Mathematical Measures, Mathematical Pleasures, Mathematical Treasures By Stephen Clark
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Do you know what a square root is. Can you explain the Pythagorean Theorem? What is an irrational number? If you cannot easily answer all of these questions then this book is for you. Or, even if... More > you can, this book will be a useful companion in revisiting these fundamental building blocks. This book is for people of all ages and abilities. It is an attempt to bring mathematics and its sister discipline geometry to everyone in a simple and deep manner. It takes the person at their point of understanding and joins them in a leisurely stroll through some of the most basic and critical elements of mathematics. It is designed to be an entry point and guide to everyone from young children at play to college math students struggling to comprehend what may seem incomprehensible. It is for the elderly who wish to understand and appreciate the beauty, integrity, and significance of a subject that may have been a mystery to them their whole life.< Less
Mathematical Measures, Mathematical Pleasures, Mathematical Treasures By Stephen Clark
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Do you know what a square root is. Can you explain the Pythagorean Theorem? What is an irrational number? If you cannot easily answer all of these questions then this book is for you. Or, even if... More > you can, this book will be a useful companion in revisiting these fundamental building blocks. This book is for people of all ages and abilities. It is an attempt to bring mathematics and its sister discipline geometry to everyone in a simple and deep manner. It takes the person at their point of understanding and joins them in a leisurely stroll through some of the most basic and critical elements of mathematics. It is designed to be an entry point and guide to everyone from young children at play to college math students struggling to comprehend what may seem incomprehensible. It is for the elderly who wish to understand and appreciate the beauty, integrity, and significance of a subject that may have been a mystery to them their whole life.< Less
Math Mammoth Geometry 2 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Geometry 2 continues the study of geometry after Math Mammoth Geometry 1, and is suitable for grades 6-7. It concentrates on two broad and important topics: area and volume of all common... More > shapes. In the first section of the book, which is also the longest, students learn to calculate the area of all common shapes: triangles, parallelograms, other polygons, and circles. They encounter Pi and how it relates to the circumference of a circle. We also briefly study the proof for the formula for the area of a circle. I feel it is important that students encounter justifications for mathematical formulas and procedures and even read some proofs before high school. We don't want students to think that mathematics is only a bag of magic tricks or formulas to memorize that seemingly came out of nowhere. Proofs and logical thinking are foundations to mathematics and school mathematics should not be left without them.< Less
Pentagonal Flower Geometry - The Definitive Visual Guide By Dean Marston
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Pentagonal Flower Geometry - The Definitive Visual Guide by Dean Marston. Hundreds of pentagonal structured flower forms beautifully captured over many years of extensive field research,... More > unambiguously reveal the often hidden mathematical and geometric beauty that underlie the natural world especially flowers.< Less
Native American Geometry Workbook: Volume 1 By Christopher Hardaker
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“when you do the art, math happens.” – a skill-based, connect-the-dot visual math program 3rd-9th: Math/Art/Science/Landscape Design 9th-12th:... More > Math/Art/Science/Philosophy/Graphics/ Drafting/Landscape Design Native American Geometry explores expressions of prehistoric geometry and their mathematical ramifications for a 3rd – 12th Grade audience. The Native American Geometry Series is a compilation of exercises with printables, and form a practical bridge to the higher maths, including Pythagoras’ Theorem. It was inspired by the archaeological discovery that Native Americans invented their own geometry traditions thousands of years before the arrival of Columbus. Put Your Computers Away. A circle in the dirt or on paper sets everything up.< Less
Math Mammoth Grade 6-B (Original Series) By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Grade 6-A and Grade 6-B worktexts comprise a complete math curriculum for the sixth grade mathematics studies. Each chapter has an introduction, which contains notes to the teacher; the... More > actual lessons follow with problems. Each chapter ends in a review lesson. The chapter tests are found in a separate folder and are printed separately. This product also includes an HTML page that you can use to make extra practice worksheets for computation. Sixth grade is a time to deepen the student's understanding of fractions and decimals, and to study ratios, proportions, and percent as new topics. Also studied are integers, geometry, statistical graphs, and probability. The study of integers is preparing students for pre-algebra and algebra. Here we study all four operations with integers using several models, such as counters and number line, and also graphing simple functions. In geometry, pi and the area of a circle are studied as new topics.< Less