New Geometry product on horizon from Singing Turtle Press. Math author Josh Rappaport is coming out with an eBook on geometry. Read this post to find out more!
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There are large chunks of mathematical knowledge that we often assume students have down. In fact, they often lack that knowledge. A good example is this: most students I work with have virtually no sense as to the value of the square root of 2 or the square root of 3. This post offers a […]
Circle the Square or square the circle. Either way, it’s a fun math problem. Feel free to try it, share it, use it however you wish.
Definitions are TWICE as useful as standard theorems in geometric proofs. This post explains why, showing that definitions are, in a certain sense, very much like “reversible coats.”
Answer to Friday’s problem, regarding the number of diagonals that can be drawn in any convex polygon.