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Provides an English translation of a paper written in 1726 by a 12-year-old Alexis Clairaut.

A student-ready activity, ideal for pre-service elementary mathematics teachers.

A recounting of the 18th century discovery of voting theory, and a student project based on the tale.

Index of articles on history of mathematics that have won awards from the MAA.

A collection of reproducible student activity sheets that use historical settings to teach or reinforce basic mathematical lessons.

 

A series of curricular units based on primary source texts for use in teaching and learning trigonometry.

An incredible compendium of geometry problems, illustrated with GeoGebra applets, by a little-known author.

A unique course combining the history of mathematics and travel.

An overview of Ladd-Franklin's contributions to symbolic logic, based on an explication of an excerpt from her doctoral dissertation.

A case where not simplifying fractions explains a curious rule for computing cube roots from medieval Arabic mathematics, with student exercises.

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