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Smith, Dick. “Surfer Problem Revisited.” Mathematics Teacher 101, no. 7 (2008): 487.

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Surfer Problem Revisited.


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Smith, Dick. “A Look at the Tribonacci Series.” Mathematics Teacher 103, no. 4 (November 2009): 240241.

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A Look at the Tribonacci Series.


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Smith, Dick. “Problem 26, November 2012 Calendar.” Mathematics Teacher 106, no. 9 (2013): 646.

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Problem 26, November 2012 Calendar.


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Smith, Dick, & Josh Garien. “Trisecting a Trisected Circle.” Presentation to the 38th Annual Conference of the Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics, West Des Moines, February 2010.

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Trisecting a Trisected Circle.


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Smith, Dick. “Integrating Probability into Geometry.” Presentation, Regional Convention of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reno, Nov. 58, 2008.

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Integrating Probability into Geometry.


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Smith, Dick. “Proofs That Develop When Students Say ‘What If...?’” Presentation at the BiState Math Colloquium, Dubuque, May 8, 2013.

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Proofs That Develop When Students Say ‘What If...?’


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Smith, Dick. “Integrating Probability Concepts into the Geometry Classroom.” Presentation at the Regional Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Baltimore, October 1415, 2010.

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Integrating Probability Concepts into the Geometry Classroom.


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Smith, Dick. “Integrating Probability into Geometry.” Presentation, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Convention, Salt Lake City, April 912, 2008.

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Integrating Probability into Geometry.


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Smith, Dick, & Errthum, E.F. “Delving Deeper: Finding Skewed Lattice Rectangles: The Geometry of
A^2+b^2=c^2+d^2.” Mathematics Teacher 106, no. 2 (2012): 15055.

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Delving Deeper: Finding Skewed Lattice Rectangles: The Geometry of A^2+b^2=c^2+d^2.


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Smith, Dick, & Josh Garien. “Finding Skewed Lattice Rectangles: The Geometry of a2+b2=c2+d2.” Presentation to the 38th Annual Conference of the Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics, West Des Moines, February 19, 2010.

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Finding Skewed Lattice Rectangles: The Geometry of a2+b2=c2+d2.