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Category: All Categories: Mathematics: Geometry
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1.
Abbott, Adwin A. [A Square}.  
FLATLAND: A ROMANCE OF MANY DIMENSIONS.

Publisher: New York Barnes & Noble 1974.
108 pages Paperback in near very good condition

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2.
Batten, Lynn Margaret  
Combinatorics of Finite Geometries

Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986,.
ISBN: 0521267641 hard bound, 1st edition, 173pp includes bibliography, index of notation, and subject index. Corners and spine ends moderately rubbed else fine in laminated boards.

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3.
Breyer, Michelle  
Answers and Notes for Books 1-3

New Key Curriculum Press Paperback About the Series: These satisfy the hard-to-meet curriculum needs for students who don't easily fit into a regular school program or have special learning difficulties. Key to.. Workbooks offer a positive alternative to large, expensive textbooks, which students often find complicated and intimidating.

Only one concept is presented per page, so students have time to understand new ideas without being overwhelmed. Hand-written examples and exercises make work seem less intimidating. Vocabulary and reading level are simple. Instructions are clear and direct, so students can work alone or in small groups--giving you more time with those who need extra help.

Save Your Valuable Time
Each book is a complete text/workbook. You don't have to prepare lessons, duplicate pages of problems, or make answer keys or problems sets. Answer books provide actual reproductions of each workbook page and show every solution step-by-step. Support materials also include helpful suggestions for using the workbooks with your class, class progress charts, and reproducible diagnostic and final tests. Pages average from 32-50 pages per book.

Stretch Your Budget with Affordable Low Prices
The extremely low price of these workbooks means each student can have his or her own personal workbook. Also, whenever necessary, you can replace a lost workbook for a small fraction of the price of buying a new textbook. You can use these as supplemental materials to your regular math curriculum when a student needs help with a concept that's especially challenging to him/her.

Answer Key for Books 1-3; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 091368483X

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4.
Collins, S. Harold  
Straight Forward: Pre-Geometry Book1

New Garlic Press Paperback This series presents the basic facts of the subjects covered in each book. There is an assessment test at the beginning of each book. This helps you determine what your student needs to learn. Then there is instruction (about one-half page per lesson on the average) in a basic concept or skill. This is followed by exercises which allow the student to practice the skill taught. At the end of the book is a final test to see if the students have mastered the skills. These books are reproducible, so you can use them over and over with each new child. Answers are provided. ; Straight Forward Math; 40 pages; ISBN: 093199330X

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Collins, S. Harold  
Straight Forward: Pre-Geometry Book2

New Garlic Press Paperback This series presents the basic facts of the subjects covered in each book. There is an assessment test at the beginning of each book. This helps you determine what your student needs to learn. Then there is instruction (about one-half page per lesson on the average) in a basic concept or skill. This is followed by exercises which allow the student to practice the skill taught. At the end of the book is a final test to see if the students have mastered the skills. These books are reproducible, so you can use them over and over with each new child. Answers are provided. ; Straight Forward Math; 40 pages; ISBN: 0931993318

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6.
Collins, S. Harold  
Straight Forward: Pre-Geometry Book1

Very Good; Lightly bent corner from shipping damage from publisher. Garlic Press Paperback This series presents the basic facts of the subjects covered in each book. There is an assessment test at the beginning of each book. This helps you determine what your student needs to learn. Then there is instruction (about one-half page per lesson on the average) in a basic concept or skill. This is followed by exercises which allow the student to practice the skill taught. At the end of the book is a final test to see if the students have mastered the skills. These books are reproducible, so you can use them over and over with each new child. Answers are provided. ; Straight Forward Math; 40 pages; ISBN: 093199330X

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7.
Costas, Miguel and Garritz, Andoni  
La Construccion del Potencial Monoelectronico en Dispersion Multiple

Publisher: No Place Given: Depto. de Quimica Teorica, 1978.
Paperback. Good. Typescipt; typed on front faces of pages only. Black spine. 8 1/2 by 10 inches. Text in Spanish. 120 pages.

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8.
Davies, Charles, 1798-1876 / Legendre, A. M. (Adrien Marie), 1752-1833.  
Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry from the Works of A.M. Legendre : revised and adapted

Publisher: New York : A.S. Barnes & Co. ; Cincinnati : H.W. Derby & Co., 1854, c1851..
viii, [9] -370, 62 p., illus. ; 21.5 cm. Title continues: "Revised and adapted to the course of mathematical instruction in the United States / by Charles Davies." "A table of logarithms of numbers from 1 to 10,000": 62 p. at end. Lea 024. Vg / bound in full contemporary leather

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9.
Durell, Fletcher  
SOLID GEOMETRY

Publisher: Charles E. Merrill Books New York NY 1917.
Sixth Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Slight water stain at top edge. Previous owner's name. ; B&W Illustrations; 499 pages

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10.
Durell, Fletcher  
NEW SOLID GEOMETRY
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Publisher: Charles E. Merrill Books New York NY 1924.
Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Previous owner's name. ; B&W Illustrations; 511 pages

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11.
Euclid and Heath, Sir Thomas (trans)  
The Elements (Volume III)
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Publisher: The St. John's College Press, 1947 Annapolis, MD.
Book. Book condition: Good. No Jacket. Hardcover 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall Volume III includes Boos X through XIII. An Appendix includes "The So-Called Book XIV." by Hypsicles and "Note on the So-Called 'Book XV'". The indexes are in both Greek and English. 546 pages with index. Book is in GOOD condition; pages clean and unmarked. No dust jacket.

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12.
Forsyth, A. R.  
Lectures on the Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces

Publisher: Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1920..
2nd ptg with minor revisions. Ex-Library. 26½ X 18 cm. G/No dj. Full black cloth, gilt titles on spine, xxiii, 527 pp, index. Covers somewhat scuffed, corners bumped & worn, previous owners' names on ffep & name of library (apparently 2nd of 3 owners) stamped on edges. Forsyth graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, as senior wrangler in 1881, and was Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics from 1895 to 1910. Contents: curves in space; general theory of surfaces; organic curves of a surface; lines of curvature; geodesics; general curves on a surface, differential invariants; comparison of surfaces; minimal surfaces; surfaces with plane or spherical lines of curvature, Weingarten surfaces; deformation of surfaces; triply orthogonal systems of surfaces; congruences of curves. Shipping weight 3 lbs.

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13.
Franco, Betty  
Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami
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Publisher: Emeryville, CA.
New Key Curriculum Press Later Printing Paperback For grades 6-12. This book was born because two mathematics teachers who worked together also took quilting classes together and began to see the quilt possibilities in many of the mathematical concepts in texts and journals. They became convinced of the value of designing quilts as a learning tool. The activities in this book help student improve their visualization skills, as well as their skills in analysis, informal deduction, and formal deduction - levels one -four of the van Hiele model of the five levels of learning geometry. This book should be especially helpful to those students who have trouble with formal geometry but are otherwise capable students because its activities take these students through the first three levels of learning successfully so that they are able to also be successful in the fourth level.

The book is divided into three sections, each featuring quilts with similar designs: Golden Ratio Quilts, Spiral Quilts, Right Triangle Quilts, and the Tiling Quilts. After students are introduced to the theme, they encounter a series of activities that guide them through the mathematical concepts related to that particular kind of quilt design. Each section includes research activities, technology activities for graphing calculators and computers, and Internet activities. In conclusion students recreate the quilt pattern with an emphasis on the art of the design. Students can actually learn how to sew the quilt if they are interested in doing it. 168 pages. More than 50 blackline activity masters included. Punched to fit standard three-hole notebook. ; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 115 pages; Black Line Activity Masters, punched to fit standard three-hole notebook. This book, with its elegant illustrations and detailed folding and assembly directions, will show you and your students how to create intriguing three-dimensional models. the sixteen activities, in blackline master form, first present simple folding techniques that transform square pieces of paper into a variety of geometric shapes. As students repeat the folding sequences, they create identical units that combine to form tetrahedra, cubes, octahedra, and much more. After they learn the basics, students can go on to invent their own unique polyhedra. These activities can to used in middle and high school algebra and geometry classes. Most can be finished in one class period. For grades 7-11; ISBN: 1559532750

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14.
Freeman, Christopher M.  
Drawing Stars and Building Polyhedra
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Publisher: 2003.
New; Dandy Lion Paperback Students will discover fundamental concepts in geometry and practice higher order reasoning as they draw stars and build 3-D polyhedra. Each lesson guides students to develop definitions and establish systematic processes as they draw and build. While they are having fun, students also are learning to follow directions, make predictions, complete patterns, determine relationships, test conjectures, and analyze the properties of geometric shapes. For grades 4-7.; 64 pages; ISBN: 1883055598

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15.
Gajdeczka, Josef and Kaller, Ernst  
UBUNGSBUCH ZUR GEOMETRIE FUR DIE OBEREN KLASSEN DER MITTELSCHULEN
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Publisher: Franz Deuticke Vienna 1928.
Stapled wraps Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Bookplate. ; Written in German. ; B&W Illustrations; 225 pages

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16.
Golos, Ellery B.  
Foundations of Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry

Publisher: NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968,.
hard bound, 1st edition, illustrated, 225pp inc. appendix and index. Slightly cocked else Very good/-- (no dust jacket) (no dust jacket)

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17.
Hodge, Larry  
What's Wrong with This Picture? Critical Thinking Exercises in Geometry
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Publisher: Emeryville, CA 2003.
New; Key Curriculum Press Later Printing Paperback For grades 6-12. This book was born because two mathematics teachers who worked together also took quilting classes together and began to see the quilt possibilities in many of the mathematical concepts in texts and journals. They became convinced of the value of designing quilts as a learning tool. The activities in this book help student improve their visualization skills, as well as their skills in analysis, informal deduction, and formal deduction - levels one -four of the van Hiele model of the five levels of learning geometry. This book should be especially helpful to those students who have trouble with formal geometry but are otherwise capable students because its activities take these students through the first three levels of learning successfully so that they are able to also be successful in the fourth level.

The book is divided into three sections, each featuring quilts with similar designs: Golden Ratio Quilts, Spiral Quilts, Right Triangle Quilts, and the Tiling Quilts. After students are introduced to the theme, they encounter a series of activities that guide them through the mathematical concepts related to that particular kind of quilt design. Each section includes research activities, technology activities for graphing calculators and computers, and Internet activities. In conclusion students recreate the quilt pattern with an emphasis on the art of the design. Students can actually learn how to sew the quilt if they are interested in doing it. 168 pages. More than 50 blackline activity masters included. Punched to fit standard three-hole notebook. ; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 60 pages; Blackline masters. For grades 8-10. This book takes advantage of student's enthusiasm for finding errors in handouts and books to exercise their basic geometry skills and visual thinking. it contains 72 pages that are perfect as warm-up exercises, homework, or group activities. Each page has up to four problems, of which at least one is worked correctly and at least one contains an error, optical illusion, or conflicting information; students reason out the problems to find the incorrect one.; ISBN: 1559535849

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18.
Hoover, Elizabeth  
Tall-Tale Math: Book 3: Geometry Basics
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Publisher: 2000.
New Educational Impressions Paperback This series consists of Humorous Story Problems for the Middle Grades Designed to help instructors implement the current Curriculum and Evaluation Standards, these books help students understand and utilize the fundamentals of mathematics. Each book is divided into three sections: Review Sheets contain easy-to-understand definitions and examples that clearly explain conceptsSkill Builder Sheets present humorous, creative story problems; each focuses on a specific concept, which is stated at the top of the page. Extra Practice Sheets add an additional challenge for those who have mastered the previous sections. For grades 5-9: This book covers covers points, lines and planes; types of lines; angles; complimentary and supplementary angles; congruent angles; quadrilaterals; triangles; circles and pie; perimeter; area, ; volume; ratio and proportion; congruent and similar figures; square roots; and the Pythagorean Theorem; Tall-Tale Math; 64 pages; ISBN: 1566440564

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19.
Jeger, Max  
Transformation Geometry (Mathematical Studies, No. 1)

Publisher: New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1966..
First US Edition. Trade Paperback. 19½ X 13½ cm. VG/No dj. Series editor, David Wheeler. Translated by A. W. Deicke and A. G. Howson. Original title: Konstruktive Abbildugsgeometrie. Stiff white paper wraps, sewn, 143 pp, bibliography. Binding glue rather stiff, wraps lightly rubbed. Intended as an introduction to the subject for advanced high-school students ("sixth-formers") or undergraduates. Contents: mappings; reflection in a line; translations; rotations; the group of isometries; the group of transformations mapping a square onto itself; enlargements; similarities; affine transformations; the affine geometry of the ellipse.

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20.
Jenner, W.E.  
Rudiments of Algebraic Geometry

Publisher: NY: Oxford University Press, 1963,.
paper bound, 1st edition, 104pp including bibliography and index. Clean text and tightly bound. Very good.

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21.
Kenison, Ervin & Bradley, Harry Cyrus  
Descriptive geometry, by Ervin Kenison . . . and Harry Cyrus Bradley

Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1924.
Enlarged edition. xviii p., 1 l., 407 p. diagrs. Hardcover Very good condition

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22.
Kirkpatrick, Vicky Rene  
Straight Forward Geometry

New Garlic Press Paperback This series presents higher level math concepts and offers both instruction and practice. Topics covered in this book are Congruent Figures, Properties of Polygons, Pythagorean Theorem, Area and Volume, Similarities of Polygons. ; Straight Forward Math Large Editions; 94 pages; ISBN: 0931993547

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23.
Kueker, David and Carl Smith (eds.)  
Learning and Geometry: Computational Approaches

Publisher: Boston: Birkhauser, 1996,.
ISBN: 0817638253 hard bound, 1st edition, 210pp. New and unread in purple laminated boards.

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24.
Long, Lynette  
Painless Geometry
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Publisher: 2001.
New Barron's Educational Paperback If geometry tends to freak you out, this book will help you understand it and even enjoy learning it. YouÆll begin to see that finding solutions to geometric problems is as much fun as solving intriguing puzzles. And there are lots of diagrams to help you learn the terms, theorems, and postulates that form the foundation of geometry. YouÆll learn to work with angles of all kinds, find the relationships between parallel and perpendicular lines, and discover the characteristics of shapes such as triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles. The abstract concepts you learn will become more concrete with experiments you can do. And the author also gives tips on studying and using mini-proofs as first steps to understanding formal geometry proofs. ; 307 pages; ISBN: 0764117734

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25.
Long, Lynette  
Painless Geometry
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Publisher: 2001.
Very Good; A new book with light wear to cover from damage in shipping. Barron's Educational Paperback If geometry tends to freak you out, this book will help you understand it and even enjoy learning it. YouÆll begin to see that finding solutions to geometric problems is as much fun as solving intriguing puzzles. And there are lots of diagrams to help you learn the terms, theorems, and postulates that form the foundation of geometry. YouÆll learn to work with angles of all kinds, find the relationships between parallel and perpendicular lines, and discover the characteristics of shapes such as triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles. The abstract concepts you learn will become more concrete with experiments you can do. And the author also gives tips on studying and using mini-proofs as first steps to understanding formal geometry proofs. ; 307 pages; ISBN: 0764117734

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26.
Marden, Morris  
Geometry of Polynomials

Publisher: Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 1966.
Cloth, without dust jacket. Fine. Gold on salmon spine (lettering faces to right). 7 by 10 inches. 254 pages.

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27.
McLeay, Heather  
The Knots Puzzle Book: Looking At Knots in a Different Way...a Collectionof Interesting Mathematical Ideas
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Publisher: 2000.
New Key Curriculum Press Paperback This delightful book of 36 ingenious puzzles appeals to anyone who likes puzzles and is curious about concepts of a mathematical nature. ItÆs an easy-to-understand introduction to the theory of knots that opens up a rich and interesting set of ideas, investigations, and surprises. The puzzles move from basic to complex. Most can be solved by looking and thinking, but for some puzzles itÆs helpful to have a length of real string or rope at hand. Spend just a few minutes with this book and youÆll find yourself drawn quickly into the fascinating geometry of knots! Puzzle solutions and a bibliography of related readings are included. ; 48 pages; ISBN: 1559530006

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28.
Moise, Edwin E.  
Elementary Geometry from an Advanced Standpoint

Publisher: Reading, MA et al.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1963..
First Edition. 24 X 17 cm. VG-/No dj. Light blue cloth, gilt-on-black titles, x, 419 pp, index. Corners bumped, extremities rubbed, owner's name on recto of front free endpaper, a few scattered ink notes. This book's purpose "is to clean up behind the introductory courses, furnishing valid definitions and valid proofs for concepts and theorems which were already known, at least in some sense and in some form."

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29.
Morgan, Frank  
SOLID GEOMETRY
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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Boston, MA 1934.
First Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Previous owner's name. Foxing on endpapers. A few pen notes inside. Slight water staining at top edge. ; B&W Illustrations

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30.
Oreme, Nicholas  
An Abstract of Nicholas Oreme's Treatise on The Breadths of Froms
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Publisher: The St. John's Bookstore, 1941 Annapolis, MD.
Book. Book condition: Good. Soft cover 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall The Great Books of the St. John's Program. This abstract of Nicholas Oreme's classic work is translated by Charles Glenn Wallis. 23 pages. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers; stapled binding.

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31.
Pare, E. G.  
DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
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Publisher: Macmillan New York 1956.
First Edition; Fourth Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. ; B&W Illustrations; 309 pages

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32.
Pedoe, D.  
A Course in Geometry for Colleges and Universities

Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970.
Cloth, with dust jacket. Very Good/Good. Substantial wear and tear to dust jacket. White on faded red-orange spine. 7 1/2 by 10 inches. 464 pages.

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33.
Pelli., Tammy  
Constructions Workbook: Creating Geometric Figures
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Publisher: Eugene 2004.
New Garlic Press Paperback Studies in Geometry; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 49 pages; This series explores the topics of Constructions, Triangles, Circles, and Proofs. Each of the books develops the subject it covers through explanation, modeling, and practice.

For middle grades and secondary students. Covers Segments Construction; Angles Construction; Constructions Based on Congruent Triangle Theorems; Special Segments in Triangles; and Circle Constructions.; ISBN: 1930820437

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Pelli., Tammy  
Triangles Workbook: Calculating Measurements and Ratios
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New Garlic Press Paperback Studies in Geometry; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 60 pages; This series explores the topics of Constructions, Triangles, Circles, and Proofs. Each of the books develops the subject it covers through explanation, modeling, and practice.

For middle grades and secondary students. Covers Triangle Basics; Right Triangles; Perimeter and Area; Special Segments; Word Problems; Congruent Triangles; and Similar Triangles.; ISBN: 1930820445

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Circles Workbook: Relationships with Segments and Angles
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New Garlic Press Paperback Studies in Geometry; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 56 pages; This series explores the topics of Constructions, Triangles, Circles, and Proofs. Each of the books develops the subject it covers through explanation, modeling, and practice.

For middle grades and secondary students. Covers Circles and Segments; Arcs and Circles; Chords; Inscribed Figures; Segments and Arc Measurements; Tangent Circles and Common Tangents; Area and Circumference; Sector Area and Arc Length; and Equations and Graphing; ISBN: 1930820453

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Proofs Workbook: Reasoning with Mathematics
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New Garlic Press Paperback Studies in Geometry; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 63 pages; This series explores the topics of Constructions, Triangles, Circles, and Proofs. Each of the books develops the subject it covers through explanation, modeling, and practice.

For middle grades and secondary students. Covers Strategies: Everything You Need to Know; Developing Lines of Reason; Working Backward; Paragraph Proofs; Creating Order; and Formal Proofs; ISBN: 1930820461

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Rasmussen, Steven (Co-Author) /hawley, Newton (Co-Author) /suppes, Patrick(Co-Author) /gearhart (Co-Author)  
Answers and Notes for Books 4-6

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Answer Key for Books 4-6; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684848

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Answers and Notes for Book 7

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Answers and Notes for Book 8

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Book 1: Lines and Segments

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684716

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Book 2: Circles

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684724

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Book 3: Constructions

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684732

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Book 4: Perpendiculars

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684740

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Rasmussen, Steven (Co-Author) /hawley, Newton (Co-Author) /suppes, Patrick(Co-Author) /gearhart (Co-Author)  
Book 5: Squares and Rectangles

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684759

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Rasmussen, Steven (Co-Author) /hawley, Newton (Co-Author) /suppes, Patrick(Co-Author) /gearhart (Co-Author)  
Book 6: Angles

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684767

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Rasmussen, Steven (Co-Author) /hawley, Newton (Co-Author) /suppes, Patrick(Co-Author) /gearhart (Co-Author)  
Book 7: Perpendiculars and Parallels, Chords and Tangents, Circles

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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684775

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Rasmussen, Steven (Co-Author) /hawley, Newton (Co-Author) /suppes, Patrick(Co-Author) /gearhart (Co-Author)  
Book 8: Triangles, Parallel Lines, Similar Polygons
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Key to Geometry offers a non-intimidating way to prepare students for formal geometry as they do step-by-step constructions. Using only a pencil, compass, and straightedge, students begin by drawing lines, bisecting angles, and reproducing segments. Later they do sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps and are prompted to form their own generalizations. When they finish, students have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and are ready to tackle formal proofs. For grades 4-12 ; Key to Geometry; ISBN: 0913684783

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Rowe, C. E.  
ENGINEERING DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY The Direct Method for Students,Draftsmen, Architects, and Engineers
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Publisher: D. Van Nostrand Company New York 1955.
Second Edition; Third Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. ; B&W Illustrations; 352 pages

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Schmid, Theodor  
DARSTELLENDE GEOMETRIE II. Band

Publisher: Walter De Gruyter & Co. Berlin, Germany 1923.
Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edges bumped and worn. Bookplate. Spine weak. ; Written in German. ; B&W Illustrations; 340 pages

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Serra, Michael  
Patty Paper Geometry, Student Workbook

Publisher: Emeryville, CA 1994.
New Key Curriculum Press Later Printing Paperback For grades 6-12. This book was born because two mathematics teachers who worked together also took quilting classes together and began to see the quilt possibilities in many of the mathematical concepts in texts and journals. They became convinced of the value of designing quilts as a learning tool. The activities in this book help student improve their visualization skills, as well as their skills in analysis, informal deduction, and formal deduction - levels one -four of the van Hiele model of the five levels of learning geometry. This book should be especially helpful to those students who have trouble with formal geometry but are otherwise capable students because its activities take these students through the first three levels of learning successfully so that they are able to also be successful in the fourth level.

The book is divided into three sections, each featuring quilts with similar designs: Golden Ratio Quilts, Spiral Quilts, Right Triangle Quilts, and the Tiling Quilts. After students are introduced to the theme, they encounter a series of activities that guide them through the mathematical concepts related to that particular kind of quilt design. Each section includes research activities, technology activities for graphing calculators and computers, and Internet activities. In conclusion students recreate the quilt pattern with an emphasis on the art of the design. Students can actually learn how to sew the quilt if they are interested in doing it. 168 pages. More than 50 blackline activity masters included. Punched to fit standard three-hole notebook. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 84 pages; This student workbook was designed to accompany Patty Paper Geometry, available separately on this site. It contains all of the open investigations as well as some exercise sets that appear in that book.; ISBN: 1559530731

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Serra, Michael  
Patty Paper Geometry
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Publisher: Emeryville, CA 1994.
New Key Curriculum Press Later Printing Paperback For grades 6-12. This book was born because two mathematics teachers who worked together also took quilting classes together and began to see the quilt possibilities in many of the mathematical concepts in texts and journals. They became convinced of the value of designing quilts as a learning tool. The activities in this book help student improve their visualization skills, as well as their skills in analysis, informal deduction, and formal deduction - levels one -four of the van Hiele model of the five levels of learning geometry. This book should be especially helpful to those students who have trouble with formal geometry but are otherwise capable students because its activities take these students through the first three levels of learning successfully so that they are able to also be successful in the fourth level.

The book is divided into three sections, each featuring quilts with similar designs: Golden Ratio Quilts, Spiral Quilts, Right Triangle Quilts, and the Tiling Quilts. After students are introduced to the theme, they encounter a series of activities that guide them through the mathematical concepts related to that particular kind of quilt design. Each section includes research activities, technology activities for graphing calculators and computers, and Internet activities. In conclusion students recreate the quilt pattern with an emphasis on the art of the design. Students can actually learn how to sew the quilt if they are interested in doing it. 168 pages. More than 50 blackline activity masters included. Punched to fit standard three-hole notebook. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 262 pages; Learnhow to use the translucent squares of paper used by restaurants to separate hamburgerpatties to enhance the study of geometry. You may already use paper folding for geometry. Maybe you tried waxed paper and found it hard to write on, or used other paper that youcouldn't see through. Now there's patty paper, the perfect paper for geometricinvestigations. Manufactured in perfect squares, you can write on the paper and seecreases and traces when you fold them. It's a great way to explore geometry from ahands-on, tactile approach. And best of all, it's probably the world's cheapestmanipulative. Pick it up where restaurant supplies are sold.

Patty Paper Geometry includes dozens ofactivities that foster cooperative learning, increase students' geometric vocabulary, andmotivate kids to read, write, and talk about geometry. Constructions are performed moreaccurately and geometric discoveries are made faster with patty papers. At the end oftheir investigations, students have discovered most of the properties of geometric figuresstudied in high school geometry courses. Here is a list of the investigations included:   

  • Set 1: Intersecting Lines
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Skrabanek, D. W., Editorial Project Manager  
Middle School Geometry: Polygons

Publisher: 2001.
New with no dust jacket; Steck-Vaughn Later Printing Paperback Middle School Math Collection; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 48 pages; Available for grades 2-6. 48 pages with answer key included. These books help students prepare for the social studies components of standardized tests. The books begin with an introduction on how to use the book, testing tips, and pretests in each of the four subjects areas to get students used to the test-taking format. There is also a general posttest. These tests may be used for diagnostic purposes. The second part of the books focus on specific skills related to the four content areas covered These books for grades 5-8 reinforce specific skills of math those in middle school should know. Each series features three books. These are ideal for independent study even though they are reproducible for classroom use. The page design for each book provides both rules and examples, and plenty of practice problems. The mathematical language is content-appropriate and on-level. Students will be challenged to apply their knowledge. Each book includes assessments in standardized test form, graphic organizers, and a bound-in answer key.

Polygons includes regular and irregular shapes, perimeters, areas, tangrams, diameters, estimations, and more.; ISBN: 0739829319

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Skrabanek, D. W., Editorial Project Manager  
Middle School Geometry: Basic Concepts
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Publisher: 2001.
New with no dust jacket; Steck-Vaughn Later Printing Paperback Middle School Math Collection; Textbook; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 48 pages; Available for grades 2-6. 48 pages with answer key included. These books help students prepare for the social studies components of standardized tests. The books begin with an introduction on how to use the book, testing tips, and pretests in each of the four subjects areas to get students used to the test-taking format. There is also a general posttest. These tests may be used for diagnostic purposes. The second part of the books focus on specific skills related to the four content areas covered These books for grades 5-8 reinforce specific skills of math those in middle school should know. Each series features three books. These are ideal for independent study even though they are reproducible for classroom use. The page design for each book provides both rules and examples, and plenty of practice problems. The mathematical language is content-appropriate and on-level. Students will be challenged to apply their knowledge. Each book includes assessments in standardized test form, graphic organizers, and a bound-in answer key.

Basic Concepts features lines, angles, triangles, ordered pairs, Pythagorean theorem, linear equations, and more.; ISBN: 0739829300

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Trudeau, Richard J.  
Introduction to Graph Theory

Publisher: NY: Dover, 1993,.
ISBN: 0486678709 paper bound, reprint edition, illustrated with….you guessed it - graphs. 209pp includes index. As new.

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Woodcock, Alexander & Davis, Monte  
Catastrophe Theory

Publisher: New York: E.P. Dutton, 1978.
Hard bound, first edition. Cloth backed boards. Very good in very good dust jacket with light soiling to top edge. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Yates, Robert C.  
The Trisection Problem.

Publisher: Baton Rouge, LA: The Franklin Press, 1947..
Early hardcover edition. 68 pp. Clean text. Pastedown in front and rear have foxing, name on front pastedown, o/w VG. Hard Cover

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