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Polyhedra and Paper Folding

  1. Ball, Walter, Mathematical Recreations and Essays QA95.B18
  2. Baer, Steve, Zome Primer: elements of zonohedra geometry: two and three dimensional growths of stars with five fold symmetry QA491.B28 (oversize)
  3. Faulkner, J. Earl, ``Paper Folding as a Technique in Visualizing a Certain Class of Transformations,'' Mathematics Teacher 68, May `75, 376-77.
  4. Geretschlager, Robert, ``Euclidean Constructions and the Geometry of Origami,'' Mathematics Magazine, Dec '95
  5. Hanson, Robert M.; Molecular Origami: Precision Scale Models from Paper, University Science Books, Sausalito, CA 1995.
  6. Hilton and Pederson, Approximating Any Regular Polygon by Folding Paper, Mathematics Magazine, May '83
  7. Johnson, Donovan, Paper Folding for the Mathematics Class QA459.J6
  8. Miyazaki, Klji, An Adventure in Multidimensional Space: the art and geometry of polygons, polyhedra, and polytopes N7430.5.M5913
  9. Olson, Alton, Mathematics Through Paper Folding, NCTM 1975.
  10. Pedersen, Jean; ``Approximating Regular Polygons through Paper Folding;'' Mathematics Magazine Vol. 56, No. 3; May 1983.
  11. Pierce, Peter & Susan, Polyhedra Primer QA491.P4
  12. Row, Sundara; Geometric Exercises in Paper Folding, The Open Court Publishing Company; La Salle, IL 1941.
  13. Robertson, Geometric Constructions Using Hinged Mirrors, Math Teacher, May `86
  14. Scher, Daniel; ``Folded Paper, Dynamic Geometry, and Proof: A Three-Tier Approach to the Conics,'' The Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 89, No. 3; March 1996.
  15. Senechal, Marjorie, Fleck, George, eds., Shaping Space A Polyhedral Approach. (J.N.C.)
  16. Silvey, Taylor, Paper and Scissors Polygons (J.N.C.)
  17. Sundara Rao, Tandalam, T. Sundara Row's Geometric Exercises in Paper Folding QA462.S8
  18. Wenninger, Polyhedron Models for the Classroom NCTM, 1975. QA491.W4



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