Photo of Plimpton 322, an old Babylonian Tablet, from the Plimpton Collection at the Columbia University Library. Part of the Mathematical Treasures section of Loci: Convergence.

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Jacqueline Stedall has uncovered the numerous algebraic ideas of Thomas Harriot from the early 17th century and has organized them into a readable treatise.

A comparison of the Greek and Chinese approach to the idea of similarity.

This is a regular monthly colloquium meeting at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY

Two circles, the sum of whose radii is a, are placed in the same plane with their centers at a distance 2a...

Assume that the human population after the flood was 6 and that 200 years later the population was 1,000,000. Find the annual growth of the population.

Author Keith Devlin argues that the impact of the Pisan merchant and his Arabic numbers on medieval Europe was even greater than previously thought.

A new edition of a brief history text, arranged topically rather than chronologically.

This is the title page of the first textbook in the calculus of variations, Leonhard Euler's Method of Finding Curved Lines that Show some Property of Maximum or Minimum. It was published in 1744.

This will be the fifth meeting of this kind, which brings together mathematics educators and researchers to share their teaching ideas and classroom experience in teaching mathematics based on historical, epistemological and cultural approaches.