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Articles of General Interest by David Bressoud
 Launchings from the CUPM Curriculum
Guide, a column on the recommendations contained in this guide.
 Establishing the Quantitative Thinking
Program at Macalester. To Appear in Numeracy.
 The Art of Counting (draft of 7/24/06)
 The Changing Face of Calculus,
 First Semester Calculus as a High School Course, Word
document
 First and SecondSemester Calculus as College Courses, Word
document
 Calculus Before Newton and Leibniz
 I: ibn alHaytham and volumes of revolution, pdf
file
 II: Archimedes, areas and volumes, pdf file
 III: sums of powers formulas, pdf file
 Quantitative Methods for Public Policy, to appear in Current Practices
in Quantitative Literacy, MAA Notes, Word document
 Adventures in the Amusement Park: AB2/BC2 from the 2002 AP Calculus
Exam, pdf file.
 Parallel Developments in Philosophy and Mathematics in India, COMAP:
 pdf file; postscript file, LaTeX file
solutions: pdf file; postscript file, LaTeX file
 What's Been Happening to Undergraduate Mathematics to appear in the
Journal of Chemical Education. Also available as a pdf file.
 Was Calculus Invented in India? College Math Journal.
 Computergenerated proofs of mathematical theorems, Encylcopedia
of Physcial Science and Technology. available as an pdf
file.
 How the Alternating Sign Matrix conjecture Was Solved, Notices of
the American Mathematical Society, Vol: 46, 1999, Pages: 637646. TeX
document and PostScript files for figures 14 and figures 56.
 A View from OlinRice, Macalester 's Colloquoy, Special Core Values
Edition, 1999, Pages: 12.
 Review of Classroom Assessment Techniques, to appear in the Teaching
and Learning Undergraduate Mathematics newsletter of the British Mathematics
Association.
 Personal Thoughts on Mature Teaching, appendix in How to teach mathematics:
a personal perspective, second edition, by Steven G. Krantz, American
Mathematical Society, Providence, 1998.
 Review of Serge Lang's Undergraduate Analysis, The Mathematical Intelligencer,
20: 7677, 1998.
 The Oneminute paper, Assessment Practices in Undergraduate Mathematics,
MAA Notes # 49, Editors: B. Gold, S. Keith, W. Marion, Mathematical
Association of America, Washington DC, 1999, Pages: 8788.
 Review of Vectors and Tensors in Engineering and Physics by D. A.
Danielson, The UMAP Journal.
 Review of Differential Forms: A complement to vector calculus by
Steven Weintraub, The UMAP Journal, 18: 183183, 1997
 with Joel Clemmer: Issues in scholarly communication III: The looming
responsibilities, Colloquoy (Maclaester College), vol 13, no. 3, 1996.
 with Joel Clemmer: Issues in scholarly communication II: The looming
opportunities, Colloquoy (Macalester College) , vol 13, no. 2 (March
1996): 711.
 with Joel Clemmer: Issues in scholarly communication I: The looming
crisis,'' Colloquoy (Macalester College) , vol 12, no. 4 (Fall 1995):
16.
 Assessing Student Performance,' pages 6673
in Calculus, The Dynamics of Change, A. Wayne Roberts, ed., The Mathematical
Association of America, Notes Number 39, Washington, DC, 1996
 . Mathematics and the Liberal Arts, Macalester Today, November, 1995.
 Review of How to teach mathematics: a personal perspective by Steven
G. Krantz, UME Trends, 7:45, 1995.
 Review of A Brief on Tensor Analysis, The UMAP Journal, 16, 1995
 Student attitudes
in firstsemester calculus, Focus, 14:67, 1994.
 Review of In search of E. T. Bell by Constance Reid and L'aurore
des dieux by Jacques Dixmier, The Mathematical Intelligencer, 16:7274,
1994.
 Review of The Problems of Mathematics by Ian Stewart, The Mathematical
Intelligencer, 15:7173, 1993.
 Why do we teach calculus? The American Math. Monthly, 99:61517,
1992.
 How should we introduce integration?, The College Mathematics J.,
23:29698, 1992.
 Has Science made God irrelevant? Plumbline, 46, Dec. 1991.
 ``Most ferocious math problem is tamed.'' Research Penn State. 11
:48 (1990).
