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Readers Respond: Spirolaterals and Matrices


Computing Teacher Volume 16, Number 9, ISSN 0278-9175


Discussion of the use of computers in math instruction highlights two possibilities suggested in response to an earlier journal column: (1) a program written in BASIC for producing spirolaterals, and (2) the use of LOGO list processing to solve matrix problems for exploring geometric transformations. (LRW)


Keith, M. & Harvey, B. (1989). Readers Respond: Spirolaterals and Matrices. Computing Teacher, 16(9), 17-20. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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