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Ball, W. W. Rouse. "A Short Account of the History of Mathematics" (4th edition, 1908). Transcribed by D.R. Wilkins. School of Mathematics. Trinity College, Dublin.

Courant, Richard, Robbins, Herbert, Stewart, Ian. What is Mathematics? An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods, Second Edition.Oxford University Press, New York. 1996.

Foerster, Paul A. Algebra and Trigonometry: Functions and Applications. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Massachusetts. 1984.

Herstein, I.N. Abstract Algebra, Third Edition.John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York. 1995.

Larson, Boswell, Stiff. Heath Geometry An Integrated Approach. McDougal Littell, Boston. 1998.

Larson, Kanold, Stiff. Algebra 2: An Integrated Approach. D.C. Heath and Company, Massachusetts. 1997.

Nichols, Eugene D., Edwards, Mervine L., Garland, Henry E., Hoffman, Sylvia A., Mamary, Albert, Palmer, William F. Geometry. Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc., Chicago. 1991.

Stark, Richard, Strickland, Susan, Tanton, James. Foundations of Mathematics. July 2001.

Usiskin, Zalman, Peressini, Anthony, Marchisotto, Elena Anne, Stanley, Dick. Mathematics for High School Teachers: An Advanced Perspective. Pearson Education Inc., New Jersey. 2003.

Internet Resources

AMS. Cubes: Symmetries of the cube. 2004.

Maryland State Department of Education. Core Learning Goals, Mathematics, High School Assessment. Baltimore.

Schultz, Phill. Part 2: Symmetries of the square. October 1999.,3SquareCube.html Symmetry Group. Farlex, Inc. 2004

Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Ruler-and-compass constructions. Free Software Foundation Inc., Massachusetts. November 2002. Last Updatesd: March 27th, 2004. & &




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