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    Topology

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    all areas. It is also a field that is constantly evolving and branching outward. The field of topology is one of the newest intensively studied branches of mathematics. “A simple way to describe topology is as rubber sheet geometry” [2]. “Topology is an offshoot of geometry that originated during the 19th century and that studies those properties an object retains under deformation - specifically, bending, stretching and squeezing, but not breaking or tearing” [1]. Under these conditions, one

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    of whole numbers. Since Fermat did not publish his work, his last theorem was discovered in a copy of Diophantus’ Arithmetica without a formal proof. In 1994, British mathematician Andrew Wiles officially proved Fermat’s Last Theorem by connecting elliptic curves with modular

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    German mathematician in the 19th century. His importance and role in mathematics was his contribution to several functions, equations, and theories. He created several things in math that are named after him. He was most famous for his improvement on elliptic functions. Although Niels Henrik Abel first discovered the function, Jacobi has always been best known for his addition to his work and different things he discovered. Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi grew up in Prussia. He was the second of four children

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    Geometry, which etymologically means the measurement of the earth in Greek, is a mathematical concept that deals with points, lines, shapes, and space. It has been developed from pre-historic era with ancient Greeks and Egyptians, and is still used in the area of art, architecture, engineering, geology, and astronomy. In ancient societies, while the ancient mathematicians or philosophers such as Plato, Pythagoras, Thales, and Aristotle expanded the different areas of math, philosophy, and science

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    inspired by the math he read about and his work related to those mathematical principles. This is interesting because he only had formal mathematical training through secondary school. He worked with non-Euclidean geometry and “impossible” figures. His work covered two main areas: geometry of space and logic of space. They included tessellations, polyhedras, and images relating to the shape of space, the logic of space, science, and artificial intelligence (Smith, B. Sidney). Although Escher worked

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    Combinations in Pascal's Triangle

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    Combinations in Pascal’s Triangle Pascal’s Triangle is a relatively simple picture to create, but the patterns that can be found within it are seemingly endless. Pascal’s Triangle is formed by adding the closest two numbers from the previous row to form the next number in the row directly below, starting with the number 1 at the very tip. This 1 is said to be in the zeroth row. After this you can imagine that the entire triangle is surrounded by 0s. This allows us to say that the next row (row

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    Euclidean Algorithm

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    well-known division of math, known as Geometry. Thus, he was named ‘The Father of Geometry’. Euclid taught at Ptolemy’s University, Egypt. At the Alexandria Library, It was said that he set up a private school to teach Mathematical enthusiasts like himself. It’s been also said that Euclid was kind and patient, and has a sense of humor. King Ptolemyance once asked Euclid if there was an easier way to study math and he replied “There is no royal road to Geometry”. Euclid wrote the most permanent mathematical

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    The Ellipse, Parabola and Hyperbola Mathematicians, engineers and scientists encounter numerous functions in their work: polynomials, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions amongst them. However, throughout the history of science one group of functions, the conics, arise time and time again not only in the development of mathematical theory but also in practical applications. The conics were first studied by the Greek mathematician Apollonius more than 200 years BC. Essentially, the conics form

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    The FCAT data provided valuable information about our classes and our school as a whole. Our findings indicate that overall our subtest of Number Sense is an area of concern. Though more analysis of the test we can find specific standard weakness, but now I want to discuss professional development as a whole for each of the subtest concepts. Remediation is the tool for teachers to evaluate student’s misconceptions, re-teach the material and reassess. Mathematics uses previous knowledge from year

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    determining absolute or relative locations of points by measurement of distances, using the geometry of circles, spheres or triangles. In addition to its interest as a geometric problem, trilateration does have practical applications in surveying and navigation, including global positioning systems (GPS). In contrast to triangulation, it does not involve the measurement of angles. In two-dimensional geometry, it is known that if a point lies on two circles, then the circle centers and the two radii

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