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#### Traveling on an Airplane

Shell Education 2010; US$ 8.99Did you know that airports are the perfect place to find shapes? Sometimes shapes are used because they are a good design choice, such as circles and triangles on the ceiling. But other times, shapes are used to offer support and strength to the building. Look inside to see if you can find the many shapes hidden inside airports from around the world.... more...

#### The Facts On File Geometry Handbook

Infobase Publishing 2009; US$ 48.00Like other areas of mathematics, geometry is a continually growing and evolving field. Computers, technology, and the sciences drive many new discoveries in mathematics. For geometry, the areas of quantum computers, computer graphics, nanotechnology, crystallography, and theoretical physics have been particularly relevant in the past few years. There... more...

#### Bochner - Riesz Means on Euclidean Spaces

World Scientific Publishing Company 2013; US$ 166.00This book mainly deals with the Bochner–Riesz means of multiple Fourier integral and series on Euclidean spaces. It aims to give a systematical introduction to the fundamental theories of the Bochner–Riesz means and important achievements attained in the last 50 years. For the Bochner–Riesz means of multiple Fourier integral, it... more...

#### El fuerte (The Fort)

Shell Education 2010; US$ 8.99The family in this book is moving to a new neighborhood. They have a lot of work to do! They need to unload the moving truck, unpack boxes, and put everything away. The kids make new friends and discover all the fun they can have with the empty boxes. While building forts from the empty packing boxes, the kids discover many new shapes and their dimensions.... more...

#### Building a Playground

Shell Education 2010; US$ 8.99There is a contest at a school to design a new playground. The students use blocks to build their models. As they build, they use three-dimensional shapes. Some students build a train out of blocks for the younger students to play on. Can you guess which three-dimensional shape they use for the train’s wheels? Read to find out which design wins.... more...

#### The Fort

Shell Education 2010; US$ 8.99The family in this book is moving to a new neighborhood. They have a lot of work to do! They need to unload the moving truck, unpack boxes, and put everything away. The kids make new friends and discover all the fun they can have with the empty boxes. While building forts from the empty packing boxes, the kids discover many new shapes and their dimensions.... more...

#### Dr. Math Presents More Geometry

Wiley 2005; US$ 17.00THE MATH FORUM @ Drexel (www.mathforum.org) is an award-winning Web site and one of the most popular online math resources for students and teachers. The Math Forum @ Drexel offers answers to all kinds of math questions, prepared by a team of math experts. It also keeps archives of previous questions and answers, hosts online communities, and posts... more...

#### Dr. Math Introduces Geometry

Wiley 2004; US$ 17.00THE MATH FORUM @ Drexel (www.mathforum.org) is an award-winning Web site and one of the most popular online math resources for students and teachers. The Math Forum offers answers to all kinds of math questions, prepared by a team of math experts. It also keeps archives of previous questions and answers, hosts online communities, and posts several... more...

#### Shaping Our World

Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99Shapes are everywhere you look. They are in the streets, in your classroom, and in your home. Two-dimensional (2-D) shapes have length and width. Regular 2-D shapes have angles (which are measured in degrees °) that are all equal, and irregular shapes have angles that are not equal. Shapes can create different patterns. You can discover the different... more...

#### Shapes Around You

Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99Three-dimensional (3-D) shapes have length, width, and height. Some of these are cubes, cylinders, cones, and prisms. You can see these shapes all around you—you can see cubes of cheese, a Rubik’s Cube, or dice. 3-D shapes have faces, edges, corners and bases. more...

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