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American Mathematical Society

The American Mathematical Society founded in 1888 to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship, serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs, which

  • promote mathematical research, its communication and uses,
  • encourage and promote the transmission of mathematical understanding and skills,
  • support mathematical education at all levels,
  • advance the status of the profession of mathematics, encouraging and facilitating full participation of all individuals,
  • foster an awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and everyday life.

Click on the links to the left for additional information regarding AMS's offerings that support TI-Nspire Technology in the Classroom.

 

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Hadamard's, Lessons in Geometry: I. Plane Geometry

Lessons in Geometry: I. Plane Geometry is a book written in the tradition of Euclidean synthetic geometry by one of the twentieth century’s great mathematicians, Jacques Hadamard. It is being published for the first time in English in 2008 by the American Mathematical Society.

The book is intended to appeal to teachers of Geometry, as well as to gifted high school students and college students and to mathematics majors interested in geometry from a more advanced standpoint.

The text starts where Euclid starts, and covers all the basics of plane Euclidean geometry. But this text does much more. It is at once pleasingly classic and surprisingly modern. The problems (more than 450 of them) are well-suited to exploration using the modern tools of dynamic geometry software.

For this reason, the present edition includes a CD of dynamic solutions to select problems, created using TI-Nspire™ Learning Software. The 25 TI-Nspire documents demonstrate connections among problems and – through the free trial software included on the CD – will allow you to explore and interact with Hadamard’s hallowed Geometry in new and modern ways.

A forthcoming companion volume that includes solutions, extensions, and classroom activities related to the problems will further expose the treasures offered by this work.

For further information or to purchase a copy, visit www.ams.org.