# Steven H. Weintraub’s Column Archive

Here are Steven H. Weintraub’s Feature Columns.

- January 1999 – A Prime Case of Chaos (Miscellaneous)
- December 1998 – Calculating Pi using Elementary Calculus (Calculus and Analysis)
- November 1998 – Factorization–Unique and Otherwise (Algebra)
- October 1998 – André Weil, May 6, 1906-August 6, 1998 (History of Mathematics)
- September 1998 – Prize Winners at the 1998 International Congress of Mathematicians (Miscellaneous)
- August 1998 – Polyhedra (Geometry and Topology)
- July 1998 – Turing Machines (Math and Technology, History of Mathematics)
- June 1998 – “The Trigonometry of Escher’s Woodcut “Circle Limit III” (Geometry and Topology, Math and the Arts)
- May 1998 – Newton Basins (Calculus and Analysis)
- April 1998 – Quadric Surfaces (Linear Algebra)
- March 1998 – 1998 Mathematics Awareness Week (Math and Technology)
- February 1998 – Tiling the Poincaré Disk (Geometry and Topology)
- December 1997 – G. H. Hardy (1877-1947) (History of Mathematics)
- November 1997 – Fourier Approximation (Calculus and Analysis)
- October 1997 – J. J. Sylvester (1814-1897) (History of Mathematics)
- September 1997 – An Aperiodic Tiling (Geometry and Topology)
- August 1997 – Pathfinder pictures from Mars (Math and the Sciences, Math and Technology)
- July 1997 – Mathematical Insights for Medical Imaging (Math and Technology, Calculus and Analysis)
- June 1997 – You Can’t Always Hear the Shape of a Drum (Geometry and Topology, Calculus and Analysis)
- May 1997 – A Wallpaper Pattern (Algebra, Geometry and Topology)
- April 1997 – Hyperbolic Space Tiled by Dodecahedra, 1 (Geometry and Topology)
- March 1997 – Mathematics Awareness Week 1997 (Math and Technology)
- February 1997 – The Unknotting Number of a Knot (Geometry and Topology)