*The expression \(0^0\) is usually called an indeterminate form.*

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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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