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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Mathematics in the News
Above image from The Newspaper Clipping Generator. Collecting news articles pertaining to Mathematics is well worth doing. It can add an interesting, real world aspect to your curriculum. I have a display folder of news cuttings I have collected over … Continue reading
Infinity, History & Math
Presenting Mathematics to students as a seemingly unending set of facts and concepts to be learnt makes no sense. Mathematics has a grand history. The centuries are littered with examples of great discoveries. Why not share some of these with … Continue reading
Posted in History of Mathematics
Tagged David Hilbert, history, infinity, John Wallis, Koch Snowflake, lemniscate, symbol
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