In the first phase of the RIDGE project problems were collected from previous research using dynamic geometry environments. This was done to provide a resource for the later phases of the project. These problems are collected here, along with information about the prior experiences with mathematics and dynamic geometry that are needed before they can be solved in a dynamic geometry environment, and suggestions of what might be learned from solving them. Possible solutions and additional resources are also provided in some cases. Several of these problems have been selected as being particularly promising as contexts for deductive reasoning.
Other Locus problems
Supported by a research grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Page last updated July 2008 by David Reid