DUE Date

WORK DUE at the beginning of class or lab
unless otherwise noted!
For homework, prepare to turn in work that follows the
guidelines.

Dec 12  Thur 

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Dec 6  Fri 

Dec 4  Wed 
 Hyperbolic Soccer Ball Construction

Nov 26  Tues 

DUE by 5pm.
You will create a list of numerous
useful book references and web reference addresses
for your final project topic.
In addition, after each reference, you will summarize (in your own words)
what is contained within it.

Nov 18  Mon 

Nov 15  Fri 
 Read Project 4 Solutions
 Read Sibley p. 124125
 Buy a light colored ball which is approximately
6 inches to a foot in diameter
that you won't mind writing on with permanent marker during class.
Be sure that this ball is round and is not an inflatable ball since these don't
work well.
In addition, if you have masking tape, then bring that to class.

Nov 11  Mon 
 Read Perry p. 247248 and p. 255, and Sibley p. 9799

Nov 8  Fri 

Oct 30  Wed 

Oct 23  Wed 

Oct 16  Wed 

Oct 11  Fri 
 Read
Sibley p. 3538.
 Come up with models for project 3 problem 1 so that
they resemble:
# board feet/10 = k diameter^(power)
ie, you want to obtain the number in the power for each model.
Use the assumptions and show work to obtain your models.

Oct 9  Wed 

Oct 7  Mon 
 Read
Mathematics Methods and Modeling for Today's Mathematics Classroom
p. 200204, 209213

Oct 4  Fri 
 Wile E Coyote and Axioms
Final Draft DUE at 5pm. You must also turn in your graded first draft
(worth 20% of the grade)
and the graded checklist with my comments on them.

Sep 30  Mon 

Sep 23  Mon 

Sep 18  Wed 

Sep 16  Mon 

Sep 13  Fri 

Sep 11  Wed 

Sep 9  Mon 
 Read Sibley p. 911 and p. 1416.
For example 1 on p. 10, fill in the details (the "Explain why" and "similarly"
parts) and then memorize this so that you are prepared to present it
without notes in the future.
 Memorize the
construction of an equilateral triangle so that you are prepared
to present it without notes in the future.

Sep 6  Fri 
 Read Sibley Appendix A p. 287  292. Make sure that
you understand all of the statements. Pictures may help.
 Begin working on Project 2

Sept 4  Wed 
 Sometime after Friday's class,
follow Lab 1 Directions
in order to enter WebCT and look at the
hints for Project 1.
 Project 1 DUE
Prepare to turn in and/or present
work that follows the
guidelines.
Perry 1.3 3
Sibley 1.1 3, 10, 13ab (For 13a, turn in your cylinder and
cone along with your project.)

Aug 30  Fri 
 Go to http://www.mathsci.appstate.edu/~sjg/class/3610
 Read the syllabus.
 Read Dr. Sarah's project guidelines.
 Obtain the 2 rental texts from the bookstore:
The Geometric Viewpoint: A Survey of Geometries by Thomas Q. Sibley
and
Geometry: Axiomatic Developments with Problem Solving by Earl Perry
 Read Perry p. 15 and Sibley p. 25.
 Begin Project 1.
