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Beautifully illustrated practical mathematics manuscript designed to impress King James I

The expression 0^0 is usually called an indeterminate form. This article details the history of the meaning of this expression and concludes that, in some cases, we should evaluate it as 1.
There are four winners of the HOMSIGMAA Student Paper Contest for 2008. The papers may be accessed here.
What is the perpendicular height of a cloud when its angles of elevation were 35 degrees and 64 degrees as taken by two observers at the same time...
A collection of articles in the history of mathematics that appeared in journals of the Mathematical Association of America over the past 90 years.
In one day, a person can make 30 arrows or fletch [put the feathers on] 20 arrows.
An introduction to the priority dispute between Euler and D'Alembert relating to several mathematical ideas that both worked on in the 1740s and 1750s.
How Servois' failed attempt to construct a foundation for the calculus nonetheless helped shape modern mathematics
A superb collection of articles by experts on various areas of the history of analysis, from the Greeks to modern times.
The annual meeting of the NCTM contains numerous sessions dealing with the history of mathematics.