## Reference Topics 18-4

This is a more advanced site than we need for the introduction in this book, but check out the following choices on this site:

“Archimedes’ calculation of pi”

http://www.math.psu.edu/dna/graphics.html… See the whole entry

This is a more advanced site than we need for the introduction in this book, but check out the following choices on this site:

“Archimedes’ calculation of pi”

http://www.math.psu.edu/dna/graphics.html… See the whole entry

This is a more advanced site than we need for the introduction in this book, but check out the following choices on this site:

“Secants and tangents”

“Zooming in on a tangent line”

http://www.math.psu.edu/dna/graphics.html… See the whole entry

This is a more advanced site than we need for the introduction in this book, but check out the following choices on this site:

“The limit”

http://www.math.psu.edu/dna/graphics.html… See the whole entry

This is a more advanced site than we need for the introduction in this book, but check out the following choices on this site:

“The limit”

“Archimedes’ calculation of pi”

“Secants and tangents”

http://www.math.psu.edu/dna/graphics.html

Zeno’s paradox is discussed at this … See the whole entry

An excellent source can be found on the website of the Mathematical Association of America. It discusses the U.S. Constitution and its apportionment paradoxes.

http://www.maa.org/publications/maa-reviews/mathematical-theory-of-democracy

This site reviews a book on Elections and Voting.

http://www.maa.org/publications/maa-reviews/the-mathematics-of-elections-and-voting

This site reviews apportionment paradoxes.… See the whole entry

This site gives apportionment data using the 2000 census.

http://www.census.gov/population/apportionment/

This site gives a nice overview of apportionment methods.

http://www.ctl.ua.edu/math103/apportionment/appmeth.htm#Apportionment

You can find the reference to Article 1, Section 2 of the United States Constitution (among many other interesting things) … See the whole entry

The University of Alabama has a nice website that discusses the mathematics of voting:

http://www.ctl.ua.edu/math103/Voting/overvw1.htm#What%20do%20we%20mean%20by%20fair?

This site on voting discusses some of the voting dilemmas encountered in this section:

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Voting.html

This site by the American Mathematical Society gives an excellent … See the whole entry

This site presents several examples of the voting methods presented in this section.

http://www.ctl.ua.edu/math103/Voting/4popular.htm

This site by the American Mathematical Association gives an excellent overview of voting and elections.

http://www.ams.org/featurecolumn/archive/weighted1.html

This interesting cite is attempting to build a case in … See the whole entry

Here is an overview ofÂ linear programming:

http://www.zweigmedia.com/RealWorld/LPGrapher/lpg.html… See the whole entry

This is an interactive site discussing matrix operations:

http://www.mathportal.org/calculators/matrices-calculators/matrix-operations-calculator.php

This is an interactive site finding inverse matrices:

http://www.mathportal.org/calculators/matrices-calculators/matrix-calculator.php

This is a nice matrix operation site which also includes Gauss-Jordan elimination:

http://matrix.reshish.com/inverse.php… See the whole entry