Plane geometry: An elementary school textbook (ca. 2050 AD)

Ekhad XIV, Shalosh B.
June 1999
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer99, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p64
Academic Journal
Presents an elementary school textbook demonstrating ease in proving theories in plane geometry, circa 2050 AD. Use of Maple as the official language for mathematical communication; Guidelines for textbook use; Presentation of theorems and definitions using Maple.


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