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Mathematics Across the Curriculum

features an "electronic bookshelf" of materials for teaching math in art, history, literature, and music, as well as science, engineering, and other disciplines traditionally associated with math. Topics include misleading averages, bar codes, crime statistics, DNA, data analysis, expert systems, gasoline, information theory, medical testing, music and computers, nutrition, polls, population growth, probability, remote sensing, SIDS, and vaccines. (MATC Dartmouth College, National Science Foundation)

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Computer music is an application of science, computer technology and electrical technology in which music, historically produced by acoustic wind, string, and percussion instruments, is synthesized electronically, orchestrated using computer software, and played through an audio reproduction system.
A guided tour of the geometry of art and architecture

Squaring the circle

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