Primary Source Projects and Reading Apprenticeship in Mathematics History: References

Author(s): 
Jennifer Clinkenbeard (California State University, Monterey Bay)

 

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Barnett, Janet Heine, Jerry Lodder, and David Pengelley. 2016. Teaching and Learning Mathematics from Primary Historical Sources. PRIMUS 21(1): 1–18.

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Gupta, Radha Charan. 1967. Bhāskara I’s Approximation to Sine. Indian Journal of History of Science 2(2): 121–136.

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Monks, Kenneth M. 2020. Bhāskara's Approximation to and Mādhava's Series for Sine. Calculus, 15. https://digitalcommons.ursinus.edu/triumphs_calculus/15. Reprinted in Bhāskara’s Approximation to and Mādhava’s Series for Sine: A Mini-Primary Source Project for Calculus 2 Students, Convergence 18(May 2021).

Otero, Danny. 2019. Completing the Square: From the Roots of Algebra. Pre-calculus and Trigonometry, 4. https://digitalcommons.ursinus.edu/triumphs_precalc/4. Reprinted in Completing the Square: From the Roots of Algebra, A Mini-Primary Source Project for Students of Algebra and Their Teachers, Convergence 16(September 2019).

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