Preview of TMME, July 2009

The July issue of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast will soon be published. Editor Bharath Sriraman has provided me with a preview of what appears to be a very interesting issue:

THE MONTANA MATHEMATICS ENTHUSIAST
ISSN 1551-3440
Vol.6, No.3, July 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial Information

0. THE JOURNAL (WHEEL) KEEPS ON TURNING
Bharath Sriraman (USA)

FEATURE ARTICLES

1. TWO APPLICATIONS OF ART TO GEOMETRY
Viktor Blåsjö (Sweden/USA)

2. INTUITIONS OF “INFINITE NUMBERS”: INFINITE MAGNITUDE VS. INFINITE REPRESENTATION
Ami Mamolo (Canada)

3. ON THE USE OF REALISTIC FERMI PROBLEMS FOR INTRODUCING MATHEMATICAL MODELLING IN SCHOOL
Jonas Bergman Ärlebäck (Sweden)

4. MATHEMATICAL BEAUTY AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS- A STUDY ON THE STUDENT’S POINT OF VIEW
Astrid Brinkmann (Germany)

5. AN APPLICATION OF GRÖBNER BASES
Shengxiang Xia and Gaoxiang Xia (China)

6. SMALL CHANGE – BIG DIFFERENCE
Ilana Lavy and Atara Shriki (Israel)

7. MATHEMATICAL CURIOSITIES ABOUT DIVISION OF INTEGERS
Jérôme Proulx and Mary Beisiegel (Canada)

8. HELPING TEACHERS UN-STRUCTURE: A PROMISING APPROACH
Eric Hsu, Judy Kysh, Katherine Ramage, and Diane Resek (USA)

9. WHO CAN SOLVE 2x=1? AN ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE LOAD RELATED TO LEARNING LINEAR EQUATION SOLVING
Timo Tossavainen (Finland)

10. IF MATHEMATICS IS A LANGUAGE, HOW DO YOU SWEAR IN IT?
Dave Wagner (Canada)

11. FROM TRAPEZOIDS TO THE FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF CALCULUS
William Gratzer and Srilal Krishnan (USA)

12. GRAPH ISOMORPHISMS AND MATRIX SIMILARITY: SWITCHING BETWEEN REPRESENTATIONS
Thierry Dana-Picard (Israel)

13. SUM OF “N” CONSECUTIVE INTEGERS
Steve Humble (UK)

14. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF COMPREHENSION TESTS TO COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS: A CASE STUDY
Yüksel Dede (Turkey)

MONTANA FEATURE

15. CUBISM AND THE FOURTH DIMENSION
Elijah Bodish (Missoula, Montana)

BOOK REVIEW
16. WHAT’S ALL THE COMMOTION OVER COMMOGNITION? A REVIEW OF ANNA SFARD’S THINKING AS COMMUNICATING

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