The Changing Shape of Geometry: Celebrating a Century of Geometry and Geometry Teaching

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Chris Pritchard, Mathematical Association of America
Cambridge University Press, Jan 9, 2003 - Mathematics - 541 pages
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Celebrating a century of geometry and geometry teaching, this book will give the reader an enjoyable insight into all things geometrical. There are a wealth of popular articles including sections on Pythagoras, the golden ratio and recreational geometry. Thirty 'Desert Island Theorems' from distinguished mathematicians and educationalists give light to some surprising and beautiful results. Contributors include a Nobel Laureate and a Pulitzer Prizewinner. For anyone with an interest in mathematics and mathematics education this book will be an enjoyable and rewarding read.
  

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