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How Euler resolved the paradox first noted by Maclaurin that nine points should determine a curve of order three, yet two such curves can intersect in nine points

Two pages from a 1650 manuscript of the Lilavati of Bhaskara II (1114-1185). The second photo is an illustration of the Pythagorean Theorem.
Dynamic geometry software is used to demonstrate early Greek attempts at the trisection of an angle and the squaring of a circle.
Using the history of mathematics in a college algebra class has had significant positive effects on student learning.
A highly recommended new book on the history and applications of pi.
Whimsical posters of fifteen mathematicians with brief biographies.
Two MAA PREP Workshops in the History of Mathematics will be offered in June at the MAA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
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Cantor's work on Fourier series provides historical motivation for the study of point-set topology.