Tuesday  Thursday  
11805
Introduction to "Visual Math" 
The Pythagorean Theorem a^{2 }+ b^{2 }= c^{2} 

125 The Pythagorean Theorem (finished!) 


2105 Regular and Semi regular Tilings of the Plane 
2305 Finish SemiRegular Tilings Symmetries for a Single Polygon Reflections and Rotations 


210
Symmetries for a Tiling of a Frieze and the Plane ...pqpqpqpqpqp... ...dbdbdbdbdbd... 

215 Lab: WinGeometry and Surfing 
217 Isometries in Symmetry Groups and planar tilings. Begin Space Symmetries and Isometries Rotations and Reflections 

222 Isometries Begin Space How do we encounter space? 
224 Finish Classification of Isometries in the Plane Spatial Objects How do we understand them? 

32 Spatial Objects: Getting Familiar with The Platonic Solids. Counting in geometry and topology. What are topological properties?

V+R = E + 2


38 Appplications of the Euler Formula "A Hard Problem" What's possible and what's impossible! The Utilities Problem and Complete Graphs in the Plane! 
38
Appplications of the Euler Formula The Color Problems on the plane and the sphere and ... Creating a Klein Bottle 

322 Maps and Coordinates for Surfaces Flatland, The Earth and The Torus.


329
More on Surfaces Adventures on the Mobius Band, the Klein Bottle, and the Projective Plane ! "New" Surfaces and The Classification of Surfaces 
331 No Class Cesar Chavez Day 

45 (Finish 329) "New" Surfaces and The Classification of Surfaces 
47 Similarity in the plane and space. Geometric Sequences and Geometric Series


412 Space Filling Curves 
414 Projective Geometry: Cones and Conic Sections Preliminaries for "Calculus" 

419 Ch. 10.1 Some Historical Problems of Visualization: The parabola and squares. Visualizing Algebra, Motion and Change Analytic geometry Descartes and Fermat 10.2 Four Problems Connecting the visual to the Numerical Motion and distance travelled; Motion and position; Tangent line; Area of a region. 
421 10.2 Four Problems Connecting the visual to the Numerical Motion and distance travelled; Motion and position; Tangent line; Area of a region. 10.3, 10.4:Newton: Tangent lines, velocity, and the derivative. 10.5, 10.6 Determining position and areas. 

426
Calculus: Putting concepts together with computations. 10.7 See notes from 421 Projective Geometry: Desargues' Theorem and The Conics! 
428 An Introduction to Desargues' Theorem Perspective and Projective Geometry 

53 Perspective in Space and The Projective Plane 
55 Other Worlds and Surfaces: A Noneuclidean Universe55 

Inventory References are to Notes from Spring 2004 




226 The Platonic and Archimedean Solids.


32 More on Solids. Symmetry. Isometries in Space. 
34 Connections between Polyhedra. Frameworks. Duality. Similarity in the plane and space. 

39 More on Similarity, Geometric Sequences, and Series 
311 Space Filling Curves 

323 Encounters with The Fourth Dimension The Hypercube. 
325 More on the Hypercube:Coordinates 

Coordinates for the Hypercube and the Tower of Hanoi *
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415 More on Surfaces 


422
The Classification of Surfaces Euler's Characteristic Number "New" Surfaces Cones and Conic Sections Projective Geometry 

427 More on the Conics Projective Geometry: An Introduction to Desargues' Theorem 
429 Perspective and Projective Geometry Perspective in Space and The Projective Plane 

54 More about Perspective and the Projective Plane 
56 Other Worlds and Surfaces: A Noneuclidean Universe. 


Maps and Projective Geometry


Projective Geometry: Desargues' Theorem ,Duality, Pascal's Theorem and The Conics! 

Some Historical Problems of Visualization: Ch. 10.1 The parabola and squares. visualizing algebra Motion and Change visualized Analytic geometry Descartes and Fermat 
Four Problems Connecting the visual to the Numerical10.2 Motion and distance travelled Motion and position. Tangent line Area of a region. 

Newton: Tangent lines, velocity, and the derivative. 10.3, 10.4 
Determining position and areas. 10.5, 10.6 

Putting concepts together with computations. 10.7 
Dissection
Theorem for Regular Polygons 