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Mathematics History
Who Gave You the Epsilon? Cauchy and the Origins of Rigorous Calculus
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Genius and Biographers: The Fictionalization of Evariste Galois
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Sherlock Holmes in Babylon
MAA Writing Award
The Philosophical Implications of the Four-Color Problem
MAA Writing Award
Side-and-Diagonal Numbers
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The Story of the 120-Cell
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The Truth About Konigsberg
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Polish Mathematicians Finding Patterns in Enigma Messages
MAA Writing Award
The Evolution of the Normal Distribution
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The Lost Calculus (1637-1670): Tangency and Optimization without Limits
MAA Writing Award
Touring the Calculus Gallery
MAA Writing Award
The Evolution of the Isoperimetric Problem
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Reflections on the Arbelos
MAA Writing Award
Kirkman's Schoolgirls Wearing Hats and Walking Through Fields of Numbers
MAA Writing Award
Why Did Lagrange 'Prove' the Parallel Postulate?
MAA Writing Award
When Nine Points Are Worth But Eight: Euler's Resolution of Cramer's Paradox
Loci Article
The Geometry of Rene Descartes
Loci Article
Leonard Euler's Solution to the Konigsberg Bridge Problem
Loci Article
Historical Activities for the Calculus Classroom
Loci Article
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Mathematical Expeditions: Exploring Word Problems across the Ages
Loci Article
Deduction through the Ages: A History of Truth
Loci Article
Sums of Powers in Discrete Mathematics: Archimedes Sums Squares in the Sand
Loci Article
Euclid's Algorithm for the Greatest Common Divisor
Loci Article
An Introduction to Symbolic Logic
Loci Article
An Introduction to Elementary Set Theory
Loci Article
Computing the Determinant Through the Looking Glass
Loci Article
Origins of Boolean Algebra in the Logic of Classes: George Boole, John Venn and C. S. Peirce
Loci Article
Boolean Algebra as an Abstract Structure: Edward V. Huntington and Axiomatization
Loci Article
Applications of Boolean Algebra: Claude Shannon and Circuit Design
Loci Article
Fermat's Last Theorem for Fractional and Irrational Exponents
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