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Show that the curves x2 - y2 = a2 and 2 xy = b2 cross at right angles.

The "rood", a linear measure dating from many centuries ago, is calculated anew in today's classrooms.

A fellow said that when he counted his nuts by twos, threes, fours, fives and sixes, there was still one left over; but when he counted them by sevens they came out even. How many did he have?
A study of Victorian idealism and its relation to religion, as exemplified in the work of three 19th century British mathematicians.
Problems taken from Chinese sources
The author presents five modules based on mathematics from medieval Islamic cultures for use in a variety of high school and college mathematics courses.
A survey of the use of technology in American mathematics teaching over the past 200 years.
A general formed his men into a square, that is, an equal number in rank and file, and he found that he had an excess of 59 men.

Having been given the lengths, a and b, of two straight lines drawn from the acute angles of a right triangle to the middle of the opposite sides, determine the lengths of those sides.

This book demonstrates the relationship between the mathematics in some recently discovered Babylonian tablets and some standard problems from Egyptian mathematics.