## Posts Tagged ‘law enforcement’

### E-Z Pass, speeding tickets, and the mean value theorem

Posted by: **Dave Richeson** on October 22, 2008

A blog about math, puzzles, teaching, and academic technology

Posted by: **Dave Richeson** on October 22, 2008

Euler's Gem: The polyhedron formula and the birth of topology

Princeton University Press

2008

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Princeton University Press

2008

Euler's Gem Facebook page

Buy it:

Princeton University Press

Amazon

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