Gender and the Capacity for Learning Mathematics
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An indepth, 20 page research paper in which the writer seeks to determine whether which sex is more apt to have problems grasping math concepts at an early age. Report contains analysis, methodology, discussion, etc; Numerous studies are cited and it is found that while girls generally perform better, they are more likely to avoid harder levels of math than are their male counterparts. Standard bibliography lists 20+ sources and a FREE annotated ('working') bibliography is included !
Filename: Mathgend.wps
Paper Title: Gender and the Capacity for Learning Mathematics
Genetic Predisposition and Physical Performance: Height as It Relates to Performance in the NBA
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A 12 page exploration of whether genetic
predisposition affects physical performance. The author utilizes statistics from the NBA to demonstrate that height is largely irrelevant in regard to the relative performance of six specific NBA players. Summaries of field goals and free throws attempted verses those completed and average
rebound points per game are discussed for Kevin Garnet (Minnesota Timberwolves), Dirk Nowitz (Dallas Mavericks), Shaquille O'Neil (Miami Heat), Zach Randolph (Portland Trailblazers), Elton Brand (Los Angeles Clippers) and Shawn Marion (Phoenix Suns). These summaries are then presented in tabular and graphic format and conclusions made as to the importance of height as it relates to these players' performance. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Genetic Predisposition and Physical Performance: Height as It Relates to Performance in the NBA
Giovanni Girolamo Saccheri: His Life and Contributions
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6 pages. A biographical and historical account of the life of Giovanni Girolamo Saccheri with special emphasis on the contributions he made to the world of mathematics, including his book Logica Demonstrativa. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Giovanni Girolamo Saccheri: His Life and Contributions
Girolamo Cardano / Mathematician
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8 pages in length. Cardano was a 16 century Italian mathematician best known for his work entitled "Ars magna" (the "Great Art"), from which many new ideas in algebra were systematically presented. Among them are Cardano's rule and the linear transformations that eliminate the second degree terms in a complete cubic equation. Report is written in part as a sentence outline and contains various pictorial examples of Cardano's formulas. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Girolamo Cardano / Mathematician
Goldbach's Conjecture: An Abstract
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This 1 page paper provides an overview of an abstract of a research paper on the mathematician Christian Goldbach and his prime conjecture.
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Paper Title: Goldbach's Conjecture: An Abstract
Golden Mean, Irrational Numbers & Fibonacci Series
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A 3 page research paper that discusses the interrelated nature of the Golden Mean, irrational numbers and Fibonacci series numbers. The writer defines these concepts and then discusses them in regards to music. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khmusnum.rtf
Paper Title: Golden Mean, Irrational Numbers & Fibonacci Series
Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
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A 5 page paper on the life and works of Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
Graph Theory
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A 6 page overview of the mathematical discipline of graph theory. As a field of study, graph theory has nothing at all to do with what most people normally associate with the word 'graph,' and is a specialized field. Applications range from analyzing children's games to finding the furthest stretch of graph theory principles. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Graph Theory
History and Use of the Number "e"
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This 5 page paper introduces the topic with a modern day look at compound interest, then delves into the history of the number e. Both early and modern uses are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: History and Use of the Number "e"
History of Calculus
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Calculus provides methods to deal with varying quantities.
O'Connor & Robertson (1996) state that it has been evolving since Zeno in 450 B.C.E, who was supposed to be the first to posit an equation based on the infinite. However, the first infinite equation is believed to have been introduced by Archimedes in 250 B.C.E., bringing with it leaps in logic from theorists like Barrow, Newton and Leibniz. Bibliography lists 4 sources. jvHisClc.rtf
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Paper Title: History of Calculus
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