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- 'He Advanced Him 200 Lambs of Gold': The Pamiers Manuscript
- 'In these numbers we use no fractions': A Classroom Module on Stevin's Decimal Fractions
- 'The Ladies Diary': A True Mathematical Treasure
- 'When Nine Points Are Worth but Eight': Euler's Resolution of Cramer's Paradox
- 10 into 3 parts
- 2006 Joint Mathematics Meetings
- 2007 Joint Mathematics Meetings
- 2008 Joint Mathematics Meetings
- 3D FractaL-Tree
- 3D Function Grapher
- 3D Plotter with PaperVision3D and Flex
- 3DSurface Viewer
- 4 circles in a square
- 8th Grade Education in 1895
- A Basket Case
- A Biography of Maria Gaetana Agnesi
- A Circular Problem
- A Circular Problem
- A Classic from China: The Nine Chapters
- A Clothes Call
- A Collection of Tools for Multivariable Calculus
- A Concise History of Mathematics
- A Dangerous Castle Indeed
- A Discourse Concerning Algebra
- A Disquisition on the Square Root of Three
- A Euclidean Approach to the FTC
- A Family Problem
- A farmer and his horses
- A Father and Son's Age
- A Framework for Technology-Rich Explorations
- A Gallery of Ray Tracing for Geometers
- A Game of Cat and Mouse
- A General Question
- A GeoGebra Rendition of One of Omar Khayyam's Solutions for a Cubic Equation
- A Grinding Stone
- A History of Abstract Algebra
- A History of Analysis
- A History of Mathematics Education
- A History of Mathematics: Brief Version
- A Hole in One?
- A Horse in London
- A Linear Hypocycloid
- A Lion In A Well
- A Locally Compact REU in the History of Mathematics: Involving Undergraduates in Research
- A Matching Game for Derivatives
- A Math Toolkit for Java Developers
- A Mathematical History Tour: Reflections on a Study Abroad Program
- A Modern Vision of the Work of Cardano and Ferrari on Quartics
- A Perfect Cone Sugarloaf
- A Plague of Ratios
- A Political Redistricting Tool for the Rest of Us
- A Primer on Reuse
- A Radical Approach to Real Analysis
- A River Runs Through It
- A Room with a View
- A Round Town
- A Series of Mini-projects from TRIUMPHS: TRansforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources
- A Serious Series
- A Smart Polynomial Graphing Applet
- A Snake in the Hole
- A Successful Businessman
- A Swarm of Bees
- A Timeline for a Job Search in Mathematics
- A Tool for Content MathML Authoring: Content Pseudo-TeX Translator Applet
- A Tower On A Cliff
- A Translation of Torricelli's Quadratura Parabolae per novam indivisibilium Geometriam pluribus modis absoluta
- A Treatise of Algebra by John Wallis, Harriot, Descartes
- A Tree with Branches, Nests, Eggs and Birds
- A Triangular Problem
- A Wealth of Plantains
- Abel on Elliptic Integrals: A Translation
- Abel's Proof
- ABO Blood Group Frequencies
- About JOMA
- About Loci
- About Loci Resources
- ABOUT Website on History of Mathematics
- Accumulated Change and Antiderivative Plotter
- Actionscript 3 Tutorials
- Adam Riese's Rechenbuch
- Age
- Agenda items
- Agnesi to Zeno
- Al-Khwarizmi's Algebra
- Al-Maghribî’s Mecca Problem Meets Sudoku
- Alan Turing in America
- Albrecht Durer's Treatise on Mensuration
- Algebraic Formalism within the Works of Servois and Its Influence on the Development of Linear Operator Theory
- Alien Encounters
- Alphabet Challenge
- Amazing Traces of a Babylonian Origin in Greek Mathematics
- American Pi
- An Acute Problem
- An Analysis of the First Proofs of the Heine-Borel Theorem
- An Apple a Day
- An Arabic Finger-reckoning Rule Appropriated for Proofs in Algebra
- An Explication of the Antilogism in Christine Ladd-Franklin's "Algebra of Logic"
- An Imaginary Tale: The Story of √-1
- An Inscribed Ellipse
- An Interactive Introduction to Complex Numbers
- An Interactive Use of the Lanchester Combat Model
- An Introduction to Population Ecology
- An Introduction to the History of Mathematics
- An Investigation of Historical Geometric Constructions
- An Investigation of Subtraction Algorithms from the 18th and 19th Centuries
- Analysis and Translation of Raffaele Rubini's 1857 'Application of the Theory of Determinants: Note'
- Ancient Indian Rope Geometry in the Classroom
- Ancient Mathematics
- Animal Customs
- Animated Sequences
- Announcements
- Annual Meeting of CSHPM
- Annual Meeting of HPM Americas Section
- Annual Meeting of HPM Americas Section
- Another Numbers Game
- Apes in a Forest
- Apollonius's Ellipse and Evolute Revisited
- Appendix
- Apples and Oranges and Peaches
- Applets and Activities for Real Analysis
- Apportioning Representatives in the United States Congress
- Approximate Construction of Regular Polygons: Two Renaissance Artists
- Arbelos
- Archimedes: What Did He Do Besides Cry Eureka?
- Architecture and Mathematics in Ancient Egypt
- Area approximation
- Area from Hand-Drawn Functions
- Area of a Polygon
- Area of an Equilateral Triangle
- Area of Elliptical Segment
- Area Problem
- Area under a Curve
- Arithmos XXIIII
- Ars Magna Title Page
- Art and Design in Mathematics
- Arthur Cayley: Mathematician Laureate of the Victorian Age
- Asking a Woman Her Age
- Average Value of a Hand-Drawn Function
- Awakening of Geometrical Thought in Early Culture
- Balancing Chemical Equations Using Matrix Algebra
- Banked Curves
- Bargain Houses
- Base 7
- Be Careful Where You Step!
- Benjamin Banneker
- Benjamin Banneker's Inscribed Equilateral Triangle
- Benjamin Banneker's Trigonometry Puzzle
- Benjamin Franklin's Numbers: An Unsung Mathematical Odyssey
- Better Practices for Presenting Mathematics on the Web
- Beyond the call of duty
- Bicyclists on a Track
- BioBayes
- Biodiversity
- Biological Cellular Automata Laboratory
- Biological ESTEEM
- Biological ESTEEM Biometrics Category
- Biostatistical Tools
- Birthday Problem & Class Phenotypic Probabilities
- Bloom's Taxonomy in Developing Assessment Items
- Boethius's Arithmatic
- Bouncing Balls and Geometric Series
- Box of Beads
- Brazen Lion
- Breaking Bread
- Bridge over Troubled Water
- Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: Astronomical Instruments
- Buffer Preparation
- But what's in the flasks?
- Buying Wood
- Cable TV Consumer Preference Model
- CalcPlot3D NOT
- CalcPlot3D, an Exploration Environment for Multivariable Calculus
- Calculate a Triangle
- Calculus Gems: Brief Lives and Memorable Moments
- Calendar Archive
- Can You Really Derive Conic Formulae from a Cone?
- Cat on a Hot Tin Wall
- Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science
- Center of Mass
- Chebyshev Interpolation: An Interactive Tour
- Chemical Graph Theory
- Cherry Blossom Poetry
- Chuquet's Miniproof
- Circle and Equilateral Triangle
- Circle and Square...True or False
- Circle with a chord
- Circle, Square, and Triangle
- Circular Cone
- Circular Images
- Circumscribed Circle
- Circumscribed Circle #2
- Classics of Mathematics
- Classroom-Ready Data Sets in Environmental Math
- Click It! Drag It!
- Cogwheels of the Mind: The Story of Venn Diagrams
- Coin Toss Experiment for the Law of Large Numbers
- Coins
- Colorful Characters of Mathematics
- Combining Strands of Many Colors: Episodes from Medieval Islam for the Mathematics Classroom
- Commentaries
- Companion Encyclopedia of History of Math Sciences
- Comparing Apples to Oranges
- Completing the Square
- Complex Function Grapher
- Complexities: Women in Mathematics
- Compound Interest
- Conic Contents
- Connecting Greek Ladders and Continued Fractions
- Consortium's Historical Notes
- Constructing Mathlets Quickly using LiveGraphics3D
- Constructing Mathlets using JavaMath
- Continuous Growth Models
- Contractors
- Convergence Advisory Board 2004-2009
- Copyright and Fair Use Information
- Counting Boards
- Cow Dilemma
- Creating Mathematical Experience in the Classroom
- Creating Mathlets with Open Source Tools
- Creating Photo-realistic Images and Animations
- Crown of Metal
- Cubes, Conic Sections, and Crockett Johnson
- Cuisenaire Art: Modeling Figurate Number Sequences and Gnomonic Structures in a History of Mathematics Classroom
- CUPM Recommendations: The First Forty Years
- Customizable Flash-Based Quiz
- D'Alembert, Lagrange, and Reduction of Order
- David Hilbert's Radio Address
- David Joyce's Website
- De Divina Proportione, by Luca Pacioli
- Dealing in Sheep
- Dealing with Data: A 'Simple' Linear Fit
- Dear Professor Greitzer
- Deers in the City
- Defeated in Battle
- DeFinetti 1.0
- Deme 2.0
- Derivative Matching Game
- Derivative Plotter
- Descartes' Method for Constructing Roots of Polynomials with 'Simple' Curves
- Descriptions of the Integer Number Line in United States School Mathematics in the 19th Century
- Design of a Thrilling Roller Coaster
- Designing Attribute Acceptance Sampling Plans
- Developer Tools
- Developmental Allometry: Scaling in Growth
- Diameter of the Earth
- Did Euler Know Quadratic Reciprocity?: New Insights from a Forgotten Work
- Difference of Squares
- Differentiation
- Dimensions of a Box
- Dimensions of a triangle
- Discovering the Beauty of Science
- Disjoint Congruent Circles
- Distribution of the mangoes
- Divide the stakes
- Divisibility Tests: A History and User's Guide
- Division Problem
- Do We Teach Too Much Mathematics . . . ?
- Doing some Gardening
- DRILL 3.1
- Drinking Wine by the Barrel
- Dynamic Mathematics with GeoGebra
- Editor's Notes, December 2001
- Editor's Notes, December, 2004
- Editor's Notes, July 2004
- Editor's Notes, July, 2001
- Editor's Notes, May 2005
- Editor's Notes, May, 2002
- Editor's Notes, November, 2003
- Editor's Notes, October 2004
- Editorial Board
- Editorial Board
- Elephant Hunt
- Enrichment: The Use of Original Sources
- Episodes in the History of Geometry through Models in Dynamic Geometry
- Equal Surface and Volume
- Equations from God: Pure Mathematics and Victorian Faith
- Eratosthenes and the Mystery of the Stades
- Estate Will
- Estimating the Area of Virginia
- Euclid21: Euclid's Elements for the 21st Century
- Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries: Development and History
- Euler and Modern Science; Euler at 300
- Euler and the Bernoullis: Learning by Teaching
- Euler Society Annual Meeting
- Euler Squares
- Euler Tercentenary Volumes
- Euler Tercentenary Year
- Euler's Analysis of the Genoese Lottery
- Euler's Gem: The Polyhedron Formula and the Birth of Topology
- Euler's Investigations on the Roots of Equations
- Euler: The Master of Us All
- Everything and More
- EvolSeq
- Evolution of a Computer Application
- Evolutionary Stable Strategies Game Theory Module
- Expectation Maximization and Mixture Modeling Activity
- Experiments with Matrices and Vectors in Calculus and Linear Algebra
- Exploration: Exponential Functions and Derivatives
- Exploring Cycle Notation
- Exploring Geometric Transformations in a Dynamic Environment
- Exploring Liu Hui’s Cube Puzzle: From Paper Folding to 3-D Design
- Exploring the Goodness of Fit in Linear Models
- Exponential Functions
- Expository Mathematics in the Digital Age
- Extending al-Karaji's Work on Sums of Odd Powers of Integers
- External Influences on U.S. Undergraduate Mathematics Curricula: 1950-2000
- Extracting Square Roots Made Easy: A Little Known Medieval Method
- Extracting Square Roots Made Easy: A Little Known Medieval Method
- Families and Points Plotter
- Family Travels
- Famous Problems and Their Mathematicians
- Farmer's Best Deal
- Faster than a Speeding Horse
- Feeling Sluggish
- Feline Geometry
- Fibonacci and Square Numbers
- Fibonacci's Liber Abaci
- Fields of Grain
- Fifth European Summer University
- Find the Two Numbers
- Fine Parisian Wine
- Flash CS3 Mathlet: Motion in 3D Space
- Flash Fractal Maker
- Flash Illustrations for Modeling
- Flash Tools for Developers (AS3): Graphing curves in the plane
- Flash Tools for Developers: 3D Function Grapher
- Flash Tools for Developers: 3D Graphers in ActionScript 3
- Flash Tools for Developers: Function Grapher
- Flash Tools for Developers: Matching Formulas to Data
- Flash Tools for Developers: Parametric Curves on the Plane
- Flash Tools for Developers: Truth Tables and Logic
- Flying High
- Four Colors Suffice
- Four Companies
- Four Congruent Circles and an Inscribed Square
- Four Integers
- Four Numbers
- Fractal Fern Generator
- Francois-Joseph Servois: Priest, Artillery Officer, and Professor of Mathematics
- Frans van Schooten's Exercitationes mathematicae
- Frederick V. Pohle Colloquium in the History of Mathematics
- Free Fertilizer
- From Calculus to Computers
- From the Editors
- From Zero to Infinity
- Frustum-shaped mound
- Functions Grapher
- Galileo's Geometrical Compass
- Galileo's Siderius Nuncius
- Gardening
- Gaspard Monge's Descriptive Geometry
- Gauss-Kronrod Integration
- Gauss: Titan of Science
- General Central Limit Theorem Applet and Activity
- Generalized Baseball Curves: Three Symmetries and You're In!
- Generating Random Sequences
- Generating Tables to Demonstrate Limits
- Geometric Photo Manipulation
- Geometrical Representation of Arithmetic Series
- Geometry Civilized: History, Culture, & Technique
- Geometry Playground
- GeoPhyl
- Georg Cantor at the Dawn of Point-Set Topology
- Gerbert d'Aurillac and the March of Spain: A Convergence of Cultures
- Global Positioning System and Imagery Collection
- God Created the Integers: Mathematical Breakthroughs that Changed History
- Going Through the Paces
- Going Through the Paces II
- Golden spheres
- Google-opoly
- Grain and Camels
- Graph Explorer
- Great Feuds in Mathematics
- Great Ideas of Mathematics
- Great Moments in Mathematics Before 1650
- Greenleaf: Triangle Problem
- Group Visualization with [i]Group Explorer[/i]
- Guidelines for JOMA Authors
- Guidelines for Loci Authors
- Guidelines for Reviewers
- Guidelines for Submissions
- Guidelines for [i]Convergence[/i] Authors
- Gun Metal
- Hands on History, A Resource for Teaching Math
- Harvest Time
- Height and Distance
- Height of the Clouds
- Height of the Lighthouse
- Heron's Formula
- Higher Dimensional Conundra
- HINGES - An Illustration of Gauss-Jordan Reduction
- Historic Women of Mathematics
- Historical Activities for the Calculus Classroom
- Historical Connections in Mathematics
- Historical Modules
- Historical Topics for the Mathematics Classroom
- History of Mathematical Symbolism and Terminology
- History of Mathematics
- History of Mathematics - Mesopotamia to Modernity
- History of Mathematics Archive
- History of the Math and Architecture Project
- Hogsheads of Rum
- HOM SIGMAA 2008 Student Paper Contest Winners
- HOM SIGMAA 2009 Award Winners
- HOM SIGMAA 2010 Student Paper Contest Winners
- HOM SIGMAA 2011 Student Paper Contest Winners
- HOM SIGMAA 2012 Student Paper Contest Winners
- Horse of Course
- Horses and stalls
- Horses to Qi
- Horsing Around
- How Does This Button Work?
- How Easy is 'Easy Java Simulations' Programming?
- How Euler Did It
- How Mathematics Happened: The First 50,000 Years
- How much to buy a Horse?
- How Tartaglia Solved the Cubic Equation
- How to Cite
- How to Cite
- How to Gamble if You Must
- How to Improve a Math History Assignment
- How to Submit an Article to Loci
- How to Submit an Article to Loci
- How to Submit an Article to Loci
- How to Submit an Article to Loci
- HPM 2008
- HPM Americas Meeting
- HPM Newsletter
- Hypatia of Alexandria: Mathematician and Martyr
- Hyperbolic Geometry
- ICME 11
- Identifying the Type of ODE
- If You Build It...
- Illustrating The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art: Their Use in a College Mathematics History Classroom
- Images of F
- Impacts of a Unique Course on the History of Mathematics in the Islamic World
- In Memoriam - Jim White: 1946-2004
- In the Gentleman's Garden
- Index of Award-Winning Articles on History of Mathematics
- Indian Numbers Game
- Information for Authors
- Information for Reviewers
- Inheritance of Three Sons
- Inheritance Problem
- Inscribed circle and trapezoid
- Inscribed Circle
- Inscribed Square
- Integer Programming Model for the Sudoku Problem
- Integral Pounds
- Integrator
- Interactive Gallery of Quadric Surfaces
- Interactive Mathematics on the Web: LiveMath
- Interactive Supplements to Rick's Tricky Six Puzzle
- Interactive Web-Based Mathematics Communication
- International Congress of Mathematicians
- Introducing Mathwright Microworlds
- Introducing the History of Mathematics: An Italian Experience Using Original Documents
- Intuiting Mathematical Objects using Kinetigrams
- Investigating Euler's Polyhedral Formula Using Original Sources
- Investing in Apples and Pears
- IOU
- Isaac Barrow's edition of Archimede's Apollonius, & Theodosius
- Isaac Barrow's Geometrical Lectures
- Isaac Newton
- Island Biogeography
- Isoceles Trapezoid
- It's About Time
- Iterative Methods for Solving [i]Ax[/i] = [i]b[/i]
- Jacob Bernoulli's Ars Conjectandi
- Jacob Kobel's Geometry
- James Gregory and the Pappus-Guldin Theorem
- James Joseph Sylvester: Jewish Mathematician in a Victorian World
- Jan Hudde’s Second Letter: On Maxima and Minima
- Japanese
- Japanese Pentagon Problem
- Japanese right triangle
- Japanese Temple Problem 2
- Java Benzer
- Java Food Web
- Java Math Pad
- Jodanus de Nemore's Arithmetica
- Johannes Kepler's [i]Astronomia Nova[/i]
- John Napier's Binary Chessboard Calculator
- John Napier: His Life, His Logs, and His Bones
- Joint Study Conference on Statistics Education
- JOMA Archive
- JOMA Welcome
- JOMA: A Magnificent Addition to Our Journal Family
- Joy of Pi Website
- Karen Dee Michalowicz
- Kepler's Conjecture
- Kepler: The Volume of a Wine Barrel
- King of Infinite Space: Donald Coxeter, the Man Who Saved Geometry
- Ladder Day Question
- Ladder Problem
- Landowner's Payscale
- Landscaping
- Law of Averages Applet
- Learning Geometry in Georgian England
- Leathrum's Mathlets Site
- Led Astray by a Right Triangle: Misconception, Epiphany, and Redemption
- Leibniz - Bernoulli correspondence
- Leonard Euler's Solution to the Konigsberg Bridge Problem
- Leonardo da Vinci's Geometric Sketches
- Leonardo of Pisa: Bunny Rabbits to Bull Markets
- Leonhard Euler's Algebra
- Leonhard Euler's Calculus of Variations
- Leslie Matrix for Age-structured Populations
- Let's Do It!
- Life After Wolfram|Alpha: What You (and Your Students) Need to Know
- Lilavati of Bhaskara
- Limit Points and Connected Sets in the Plane
- Linear Algebra Toolkit
- Linear Transformations of Points
- Linkage Analysis
- Lite Applets
- Loaf of Bread
- Loafing About
- Loaves and Bishops
- Loci Volume 1
- Log and some string
- Log stuck in a wall
- Logarithms: The Early History of a Familiar Function
- Logistic Growth Model
- London Bombs Lab
- Long Time to Fill the Tub
- Look Out Below!
- Looking for Bargains
- Losing My Marbles?
- Lotus in the lake
- Lucky Seven
- Lunchtime at the Fish Pond
- Luria-Delbruck
- MAA PREP Workshops
- Mabel Sykes: A Life Untold and an Architectural Geometry Book Rediscovered
- Making Arrows
- Making Heads or Tails of It
- Man Crossing a Bridge
- Maplets for the Area of the Unit Circle
- Mapping geometry for 2 by 2 matrices
- Margarita philosophica of Gregor Reisch
- Math & Architecture
- Math and the Mona Lisa
- Math Archives: History of Mathematics website
- Math Authoring for the Web Made Easier
- Math for Mystics
- Math Forum website
- Math on the Web: A Status Report
- Math Origins
- Math Pages
- Math through the Ages
- MathDL Flash Forum
- MathDL Flash Forum Learning Center
- Mathematical Brooding over an Egg
- Mathematical Evolutions
- Mathematical Expeditions
- Mathematical Thinking through Web Programming
- Mathematical Treasure: Babbage’s Tables of Logarithms
- Mathematical Treasure: Bachet’s Mathematical Recreations
- Mathematical Treasure: Copernicus' [i]De Revolutionibus[/i]
- Mathematical Treasure: Cuthbert Tunstall's De arte supputandi
- Mathematical Treasure: Digges' [i]Stratioticos[/i]
- Mathematical Treasure: Edward Cocker's [i]Arithmetick[/i]
- Mathematical Treasure: Isaac Greenwood's [i]Arithmetick[/i]
- Mathematical Treasure: Leibniz's Papers on Calculus
- Mathematical Treasure: Mesopotamian Accounting Tokens
- Mathematical Treasure: Ratdolt's Euclid's Elements
- Mathematical Treasure: Robert Fludd’s History of the Macrocosm
- Mathematical Treasure: Robert Tanner's A Mirror for Mathematiques
- Mathematical Treasure: Textbooks of Sylvestre Lacroix
- Mathematical Treasure: The Quipu
- Mathematical Treasure: Waymouth's 'Jewell of Artes'
- Mathematical Treasure: [em]Specula mathematica[/em] of Roger Bacon
- Mathematical Treasures at the Linda Hall Library
- Mathematical Treasures from the Smith and Plimpton Collections at Columbia University
- Mathematical Treasures of Japan in the Edo Period
- Mathematical Treasures: Klein’s Famous Problems of Geometry
- Mathematical Treasures: Smithsonian National Museum of American History Object Groups
- Mathematical Treasures: The Linda Hall Library
- Mathematical Works Printed in the Americas, 1554-1700
- Mathematicians: An Outer View of the Inner World
- Mathematics and The Historian's Craft
- Mathematics Animations with SVG
- Mathematics as the Science of Patterns
- Mathematics Education at West Point: The First Hundred Years
- Mathematics Elsewhere
- Mathematics Emerging: A Sourcebook 1540 - 1900
- Mathematics in Ancient Iraq: A Social History
- Mathematics in India
- Mathematics in Poetry
- Mathematics of an Ancient Computing Device
- Mathematics with Structure and Style
- Mathematics: Powerful Patterns in Nature and Society
- Mathfest 2006
- MathFest, 2007
- Mathingo (Math Bingo)
- Maxes and Mins
- Maximization
- Maya Calendar Conversions
- Maya Cycles of Time
- Maya Geometry in the Classroom
- Mean and Median Applet
- Measuring America
- Measuring the Globe: An Historical Activity
- Middle Atlantic Symposium on the History of Mathematics
- Midwest History of Mathematics Conference
- Midwest History of Mathematics Conference
- Milestones of Mathematics
- Minimizing Cost
- Miscellaneous Mathematics Utilities
- Misseri-calendar: A Calendar Embedded in Icelandic Nature, Society, and Culture
- Mission
- Modeling a Changing World
- Modeling the Mirascope Using Dynamic Technology
- Money Changers
- Money Makes the World Go Around
- Monkeys in a tree
- More Classroom Activities Based on Ancient Indian Rope Geometry
- More Features:
- More Than Just a Grade: The HOM SIGMAA Student Contest Fosters Writing Excellence at UMKC
- Moses ibn Tibbon’s Hebrew Translation of al-Hassar's Kitab al Bayan
- Mountains of Fractals
- Multicultural Classroom Posters Sets 1 & 2
- Multicultural Classroom Posters Sets 3 & 4
- Multiparameter Animation
- Multiple Alignment
- Multiplying Like Rabbits
- Museum of the History of Science, Oxford
- Musings of the Masters
- Mutually tangent circles
- Mystery Number
- Mystery numbers
- Napier's <em>e</em>
- Napier's Bones
- NCTM 2006 Annual Meeting in St. Louis
- NCTM 2007 Annual Meeting in Atlanta
- NCTM 2008 Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City
- NCTM Eastern Regional Conference
- NCTM Meeting in Philadelphia
- Negative Math
- Neither Rain nor Sleet nor Snow
- Netscape Users
- New Loci Editor
- Nexus 2008
- Niccolo Tartaglia's General Trattato di Numeri et Misure
- Niccolo Tartaglia's Nova Scientia
- Notes From the Editor
- Notes from the Incoming Editor
- Notes on Browse and Advanced Search
- Number from Ahmes to Cantor
- Numbers at Work: A Cultural Perspective
- Numbers Game #1
- Numbers Game #2
- Nuts over Counting
- Ohio Section Short Course, Study the Masters
- Oliver Byrne: The Matisse of Mathematics
- Omar Khayyam's Algebra
- On Fermat's Pond
- On Squares, Rectangles, and Square Roots
- On the run
- On Triangles, by Regiomontanus
- One-D Spectral Tools (Fourier and Wavelet)
- OneStone Pebbles
- Online Museum Collections in the Mathematics Classroom
- Open Source Sharable Applet (OSSLET) Collection
- Open Standards, Web-Based Mathlets: Making Interactive Tutorials Using the HTML5 <code>canvas</code> Element
- Operon
- Oracle for rent
- ORF Finder
- Oronce Fine's Geometry
- Out To Pasture
- Out to Pasture
- Pacioli's Summa
- Pair of Numbers
- Pairwise Alignment
- Pantas’ Cabinet of Mathematical Wonders: Images and the History of Mathematics
- Parallelepiped Chimney
- Parameterized Knots
- Parametric Curves in 3D
- Parametric Plots: A Creative Outlet
- Parametric Surfaces
- Parametric Surfaces in Cylindrical Coordinates
- Parametric Surfaces in Spherical Coordinates
- Parity Theorem for Permutations
- Pascal's Arithmetical Triangle
- PascGalois Abstract Algebra Classroom Resources
- PascGalois Abstract Algebra Classroom Resources
- PascGalois Mathematics for Elementary Education Classroom Resources
- PascGalois Mathematics for Elementary Education Classroom Resources
- PascGalois Number Theory Classroom Resources
- PascGalois Number Theory Classroom Resources
- Pathways from the Past: Classroom-Ready Materials for Using History to Teach Mathematics
- Patterns in Pascal's Triangle - with a Twist
- Peano on Wronskians: A Translation
- Pearls of Wisdom
- Pennies for the Poor
- Pepper Importation
- Perimeters of Similar Triangles
- Perpendicular Curves
- Perpendicular Curves
- Phage Growth
- Philadelphia Area Seminar on the History of Mathematics
- Pi: The World's Most Mysterious Number
- Pigs in a Blanket?
- Pioneers in Mathematics
- Planar Graph Applets
- Plimpton 322
- Plotting Applet
- Points in a Semicircle
- Poles
- PopTools
- Portrait Gallery
- Power Maths
- Predator Prey
- Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science
- Prime Numbers: The Most Mysterious Figures in Math
- Probability Aquarium
- Problem-Solving
- Project Mathematics
- Projectile Motion Simulation
- Proofs Without Words and Beyond
- Property Values
- Proportionality in Similar Triangles: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
- Protein Analysis
- Prove the Straight Lines
- Provisions
- Purse of Denari
- Pyramid calculation
- Pythagoras' Revenge
- Pythagorean Cuts
- Quadratic Functions
- Quick Interactive Web Pages with Java Sketchpad
- Radii of three circles
- Raindrops
- Random Number Generation
- Ratio of Areas of a Circle
- Readings in the History of Mathematics Education
- Real Estate Management
- Recreational Problems in Medieval Mathematics
- Relative Motion
- Remarkable Mathematicians
- Rene Descartes' Treatise on Method
- Rethinking Pythagoras
- Reverse the Digits
- Review of <em>Eratosthenes' Geography</em>
- Review of [i] The Lost Millennium: History's Timetables under Siege [/i]
- Review of [i]A Remarkable Collection of Babylonian Mathematical Texts[/i]
- Review of [i]Agora[/i]
- Review of [i]De grands defis mathematiques d'Euclide a Condorcet[/i]
- Review of [i]In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman[/i]
- Review of [i]L'algebre au temps de Babylone: Quand les mathematiques s'ecrivaient sur de l'argile[/i]
- Review of [i]Mathematics Emerging: A Sourcebook 1540-1900[/i]
- Review of [i]Routes of Learning: Highways, Pathways, and Byways in the History of Mathematics[/i]
- Review of [i]The Babylonian Theorem[/i]
- Review of [i]The Chinese Roots of Linear Algebra[/i]
- Review of [i]The Genesis of Science: The Story of Greek Imagination[/i]
- Review of [i]The Man of Numbers: Fibonacci's Arithmetic Revolution[/i]
- Review of [i]The Math Book[/i]
- Review of [i]The Music of Pythagoras[/i]
- Riemann Sums
- Rifle ball through a three-inch plank
- Right Triangle
- Robert Murphy: Mathematician and Physicist
- Robert Recorde's Pathway to Knowledge
- Round Pond in Rectangular Garden
- Row Reduction Microworld
- Running Horse
- Sacred Mathematics: Japanese Temple Geometry
- Sampler
- Scalable Vector Graphics
- Science and Mathematics in Ancient Greek Culture
- Seashells: the Plainness and Beauty of Their Mathematical Description
- Sequences and Series of Functions
- Sequences and Series Plotter
- Series of Circles
- Servois' 1813 Perpetual Calendar, with an English Translation
- Servois' 1814 Essay on a New Method of Exposition of the Principles of Differential Calculus, with an English Translation
- Servois' 1814 Essay on the Principles of the Differential Calculus, with an English Translation
- Servois' 1817 "Memoir on Quadratures"
- Sets and Venn Diagrams
- Shadows on the Walls: Geometric Interpretation of Fractional Integration
- Sherlock Holmes in Babylon
- Sick Leave
- Sides of a Rectangle
- Sides of a rectangle
- Silver and Gold
- Silver Cups
- Simon Jacob's Rechenbuch
- Simple 3D Drawing
- Simple Database Construction Using Local Sources of Data
- Simple Row Reducer
- SIR Model
- Six and Four Headed Creatures
- Small Fish
- SMURCHOM IV
- SMURCHOM: Providing Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in the History of Mathematics
- Snowdrift on the Tracks
- SOCR Distribution Activities
- Solving the Cubic with Cardano
- Some Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Enzyme Kinetics
- Some Original Sources for Modern Tales of Thales
- Something Fishy at Customs
- Speaking of Mathematics
- Special Instructions for Authors of Resources
- Special Relativity and Conic Sections
- Spherical Coordinates
- Split Decomp
- Square
- Square and Round Land
- Square Battalions
- Square in the Circle
- Squared Proof
- St Andrews History of Mathematics Archive
- Stamping Through Mathematics
- Standard Deviation Applet
- Statisticians of the Centuries
- Steamboat
- Still More Numbers
- Stinkin' Pile of Money
- Stone Weight
- Storm's a' Brewin'
- Storm's A' Brewin'
- Student Module for 'Thinking Outside the Box'
- Student Reports: A Rewarding Undertaking
- Subject Taxonomy
- Sugar per Pound
- Sum of a Series
- Sum of Squares
- Sums of Powers of Positive Integers
- Supplement to 'Fermat's Spiral and the Line Between Yin and Yang'
- Surveying a field
- Swinging Pendulum
- Teaching and Learning the Trigonometric Functions through Their Origins
- Teaching and Research with Original Sources from the Euler Archive
- Teaching Leonardo: An Integrated Approach
- Teaching Leonardo: An Integrated Approach
- Teaching Mathematics Online: A Virtual Classroom
- Teaching Mathematics with Ephemera: John Playfair's Course Outline for Practical Mathematics
- Teaching the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: A Historical Reflection
- Teaching with Duke's CCP Materials
- Technology in the Upper-Level Curriculum
- Terminator
- The Ambitious Horse
- The Amount of Time A Man Can Do Work
- The Ant Race
- The Archimedes Website
- The Art of the Infinite
- The Beauty of Parametric Curves
- The Beauty of Parametric Curves
- The Calculus Gallery
- The Casino Game
- The Chebyshev Equioscillation Theorem
- The Chinese General and the River
- The Classic Greek Ladder and Newton's Method
- The Cog-Wheel Revolution
- The Connected Curriculum Project
- The Consumer Price Index and Inflation
- The Cost of War
- The Development of Mathematics in Medieval Europe
- The Door and the Rod
- The Door is A Jar
- The Duplicators, Part I: Eutocius's Collection of Cube Duplications
- The Enigmatic Number \(e\): A History in Verse and Its Uses in the Mathematics Classroom
- The Equation that Couldn't Be Solved
- The Equiangular Spiral
- The Geometry of Dot and Cross Products
- The Geometry of Rene Descartes
- The Great Calculation According to the Indians, of Maximus Planudes
- The Greate Invention of Algebra
- The Grounde of Artes by Robert Recorde
- The Gutter Problem
- The History of Mathematics: A Brief Course
- The Honors Class
- The Host Riding Horseback
- The Hyperbolic Toolbox
- The incircle of a triangle
- The Japanese Theorem for Nonconvex Polygons
- The JOMA Developers' Area Wiki
- The JOMA Mathlet Project
- The Josephus Problem
- The Joy of Pi
- The Kuratowski Closure-Complement Problem
- The Length of a String
- The Life of Numbers
- The Linear Algebra Behind Search Engines
- The Magic Squares of Manuel Moschopoulos
- The Mathematical Century
- The Mathematical Cultures of Medieval Europe
- The Mathematician's Brain
- The Mathematics of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India and Islam
- The Mathematics of the Heavens and the Earth
- The maths online Collection
- The maths online Function Plotter
- The Mayan and Other Ancient Calendars
- The Method of Characteristics & Conservation Laws
- The Most Marvelous Theorem in Mathematics
- The Mystery of Numbers
- The Natural Cosine and Sine Curves
- The Nodding Sphere and the Bird's Beak: D'Alembert's Dispute with Euler
- The Nothing That Is
- The Pioneers of Calculus
- The Poincare Conjecture: In Search of the Shape of the Universe
- The Prince of Mathematics: Carl Friedrich Gauss
- The Probability/Statistics Object Library
- The Pythagorean Theorem: A 4,000 Year History
- The Quadrature of the Circle and Hippocrates' Lunes
- The Rat Race
- The Recruiting Officers
- The Right and Lawful Rood
- The Root of the Matter: Approximating Roots with the Greeks
- The ruins of Persepolis
- The Rule of False Position and Geometric Problems
- The Saga of Mathematics
- The Sagacity of Circles: A History of the Isoperimetric Problem
- The Secret Life of Numbers
- The SIR Model for Spread of Disease
- The Size of A City
- The Speculator's Buy
- The Square and The Cube
- The Square Root of 2
- The Standard and General Forms of a Parabola
- The Story of Mathematics
- The Sum of Its Parts
- The Time It Takes To Eat a Goat
- The Transport Equation and Directional Derivatives
- The Treviso Arithmetic
- The Trouble with von Koch Curves Built from \(n\)-gons
- The Unique Effects of Including History in College Algebra
- The World of Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Mathematician of God
- Thinking About Mathematics
- Thinking Outside the Box -- or Maybe Just About the Box
- Thomas Simpson and Maxima and Minima
- Three Easy Pieces
- Three Numbers in France
- Three Party Elections: Interactive Examples
- Three Vertical Posts
- Three Views of Square Symmetry
- Three Views of Systems of Linear Equations
- To Each His Due
- To Infinity and Beyond
- To Know a Little
- To Simplify, or Not To Simplify? A Lesson from Medieval Iraq
- Tomato Can
- Tool Building: Web-based Linear Algebra Modules
- Tools of American Mathematics Teaching, 1800-2000
- Towards a Coherent On-line Collection of Tools
- Traveling men
- Traveling on a Train
- Travelling Men 2
- Travelling Steamers
- Tree and Vine
- Triangles in the Sky: Trigonometry and Early Theories of Planetary Motion
- Triangular Numbers
- Trigonometric Delights
- Trigonometric Series Approximations
- Trisecting a Line Segment (With World Record Efficiency!)
- Trisecting a log
- Truth Table Applet
- Trying to make Flash work kazoo
- TSP Generator
- Two Balls, No Strikes!
- Two circles
- Two Equal Parts of a Triangle
- Two Men Meet
- Two Numbers
- Two piles of rice
- Two-Species Model
- Under Siege
- Unexpected Links between Egyptian and Babylonian Mathematics
- Unified Treatment of Four Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations
- University Payment Plan
- Unknown Quantity; A Real and Imaginary History of Algebra
- Using Connected Curriculum Project Modules
- Using Historical Problems in the Middle School
- Using PHP For Interactive Web Pages
- Using Problems from the History of Mathematics
- Using the Publimath Database to Bring History into our Teaching
- Using the Ti-30Xa Calculator for Statistics
- Valedictory Notes from the Editor Emeritus
- Van Schooten's Ruler Constructions
- Velocity
- Venn Diagrams
- Video Conferencing in a Bridge-building Mathematics Activity
- Viete: triangle
- Viete: triangle II
- Visualizations for Volumes of Solids in Calculus
- Visualizing and Utilizing Symmetries of Differential Equations
- Visualizing Lie Subalgebras using Root and Weight Diagrams
- Visualizing Regions for Double Integrals
- Walk around the Triangle
- Walk around the World
- Washing the Dishes
- Water in A Fish Pond
- Water Reeds
- Water Tank Minimization
- We Have a New Editor!
- Websites to Visit
- Weight of a ball
- Weights and Measures
- Welcome to JOMA
- Welcome to the Developers' Area
- What are the odds?
- What is 0^0?
- What is a Bowspirt?
- What's in Convergence? - Tables of Contents
- When a Number System Loses Uniqueness: The Case of the Maya
- When Least is Best
- When Nine Points Are Worth But Eight: Euler's Resolution of Cramer's Paradox
- Where cosine meets tangent
- Which Planet is Largest?
- Who Is Tartaglia Really?
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Who's That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection
- Why it Pays to Learn Math
- Wibold's Ludus Regularis, a 10th Century Board Game
- WIMS: An Interactive Mathematics Server
- Wolfram Demonstrations Project: School Mathematics
- Woodcutter
- Wooden Be Board
- Wooden beam against the wall
- World Class Sprints
- World Population Growth
- Write Your Own Excel Mathlets
- Writing an Interactive Mathematics Text
- Writing Mathlets I: A Call to Math Professionals
- Writing Mathlets II: A Call to Math Professionals
- Writing Mathlets III: A Call to Math Professionals
- X Marks The Spot
- Yearning for the Impossible: The Surprising Truths of Mathematics
- ZMap - A Complex Function Plotter
- Archimedes' Method for Computing Areas and Volumes-Introduction
- Descartes’ Method For Constructing Roots Of Polynomials With ‘Simple’ Curves - Introduction

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