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There are two columns in the ruins of Persepolis left standing upright; one is 70 ft. above the plane, and the other 50 ft;
Original source material from seventeen mathematicians, with commentary by Stephen Hawking.
Page 8, Images from the Paul Halmos Photograph Collection: Armand Borel, Karol Borsuk, Raoul Bott, William Browder, H. Arlen Brown, and R. Creighton Buck
Brief biographies of mathematicians with mathematical activities based on their work.
Page from the table of contents of Robert Recorde's The Grounde of Artes (1543) in which is outlined the first dialogue. This dialogue deals with some of the elements of arithmetic, including the basic operations and the use of the rule of three (or the Golden rule).
This meeting will take place at the MAA Carriage House in Washington, DC on April 19, 2008.
A discussion of the meaning of mathematical unsolvability in the context of the history of Abel's proof of the unsolvability of the quintic equation in terms of radicals.
If a ball 6 inches in diameter weighs 32 lbs, what will be the weight of a ball 3 inches in diameter?
A wooden log is encased in a wall. If we cut part of the wall away to a depth of 1 inch...
Images from a 16th century text about the astrolabe and its uses