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The expression \(0^0\) is usually called an indeterminate form.
A summary of the history of the problem of finding the region of greatest area bounded by a given perimeter, from Zenodorus and Pappus to Jakob Steiner (one page each).
Archimedes' computation of circle area and his use of the Law of the Lever to compute volumes of cones, cylinders, spheres, and paraboloids in his Method, explored using interactive Java ap
Essay giving history of the number \(e\) and logarithms, with focus on why we use "\(e\)" to represent the base of the natural logarithm.
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