REFERENCES SECTION A

A1: BASIC MATERIALS AND MEASUREMENT

A1-01: MASSES - KILOGRAM AND POUND
Robert A. Nelson, Foundations of the International System of units (SI), TPT 19, 596-613 (1981). Citation PDF
Jerry D. Wilson, Metric bargains, TPT 22, 524 (1984). Citation PDF
Carl C. Sartain, Magnitude of the Newton, AJP 21, 144 (1953). Citation PDF

A1-02: MASSES - CHROME PLATED
None.

A1-03: DENSITY - VARIOUS BRICKS
None.

A1-11: LENGTHS - METER AND YARD
None.

A1-12: METRIC TAPE
Keson Industries, Brookfield, Illinois specification sheet.

A1-21: METRONOME
R. Wittner GmbH & Co. taktell PICCOLO Serie 830.

A1-22: HOURGLASS
None.

A1-31: VOLUME MEASURE DEMONSTRATION
None.

A1-32: VOLUMES - SPHERICAL VS CYLINDRICAL
None.

A1-41: DRAWING PUZZLE - INTERSECTING RODS
Drawing of Intersecting Rods - Front and Side Views with and without Top view.

A1-42: DRAWING PUZZLE - HALF CUBE
Front and Side Views with and without Top view.

A1-43: CROSSING RODS
None.

A1-51: SKATEBOARD
None.

A2: MATHEMATICS

A2-01: CARTESIAN COORDINATE AXES
None.

A2-02: XYZ AXES ON EXTENDED HANDLE
Tom J. Gray and Roger A. Key, Tinkertoys and 3-D Demos, TPT 30, 174-175 (1992).
James R. Helmick, Tricks of the Trade: The Mobile Frame of Reference, TPT 31, 177 (1993).

A2-11: CIRCUMFERENCE AND DIAMETER-CHAIN ON CYLINDER
The AAPT Metric Education and SI Practices Committee (Gordon J. Aubrecht, II, Anthony P. French, Mario Iona, and Daniel W. Welch), The Radian - That Troublesome Unit, TPT 31, 84-87 (1993).
Robert J. Whitaker, Whence the "Radian"?, TPT 32, 444-445 (1994).

A2-12: SLATED SPHERE
Information Sheet.

A2-13: ELLIPSE DRAWING BOARD
S. D. Baker, Short Visual Quiz on Ellipses, AJP 53, 790-791, (1985).
R. J. Manning and L. S. Cain, Tracking the wild ellipse, AJP 58, 1014-1016 (1990).
Manfred Bucher, Kepler's Third Law: Equal Volumes in Equal Times, TPT 36, 212-214 (1998).
Thomas J. Osler, An unusual approach to Kepler's first law, AJP 69, 1036-1038 (2001).
Jorge Sztrajman and Agustin Rela, Optical Property of the Ellipse Derived From Energy Conservation, TPT 41, 208-209 (2003).

A2-14: DISSECTIBLE CONE
C. L. Andrews and C. R. Carpenter, Confocal Conic Sections as Interference Patterns , AJP 40, 994-1000, (1972).
Ralph Baierlein, Rubber asteroid: Some orbits in introductory physics, AJP 62, 378-379 (1994).
Mario Iona, Remember properties of conic sections, TPT 39, 20-21 (2001).
Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue, Electromagnetic conic sections, AJP 70, 1129-1135 (2002).

A2-15: HYPERBOLOID FROM STRAIGHT LINES
Robert Resnick, String Models, AJP 27, 124-125 (1959).
Charles A. Eckroth, Model of a Negatively Curved Two-Dimensional Space, TPT 33, 286-287 (1995).

A2-16: SADDLE POINT MODEL
Wolfgang Rueckner, Justin Georgi, Douglass Goodale, Daniel Rosenberg, Rotating saddle point trap, AJP 63, 186-187 (1995).

A2-17: CLOSED CURVES AND CAPPING SURFACES
None.

A2-21: MAGNETIC VECTOR BOARD
William Conway, Vector Arrows: A free giveway, TPT 21, 55-56, (1983).
H. David Sheets, Communicating with vectors, TPT 36, 520-521 (1998).
Harvey F. Blanck, How to avoid Niagara Falls, TPT 37, 78-79 (1999).

A2-22: MAGNETIC VECTORS-LECTURE HALL BLACKBOARDS
None.

A2-23: VECTOR PRODUCT
M. E. Gardner, The Vector Cross Product in Elementary Electrodynamics, AJP 18, 110-12, (1950).
David J. Van Domelen, Artificial right-hand rule device, TPT 37, 500-501 (1999).

A2-24: TWO-DIMENSIONAL VECTOR ALGEBRA
None.

A2-31: TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS FOR MATH REVIEW
None.

A2-32: HEIGHT MEASUREMENT BY TRIGONOMETRY
None.

A2-33: DIRECTION COSINES MODEL
None.

A2-41: LINE INTEGRAL MODEL
Construction Information Sheet.
Prof. S. Bhagat, Suggestions for Use of Line Integral Model.

A2-42: INTEGRAL MODEL
None.

A2-51: PROBABILITY BOARD-PROJECTION
Central Scientific Co. Chicago, Ill. CENCO no. 87777-014, Operating Instructions.
Mark P. Silverman, Wayne Strange, Chris R. Silverman, and Trevor R. Lipscombe, On the run: Unexpected outcomes of random events, TPT 37, 218-225 (1999).
Don S. Lemons and T. C. Lipscombe, The shape of a randomly lying cord, AJP 70, 570-574 (2002).

A2-52: PROBABILITY DEMONSTRATOR
Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. (1965), HEXSTAT Probability Demonstrator, Instructions for Use.

A2-53: DICE - LARGE
None.

A2-61: EXPONENTIAL INCREASE-CHESSBOARD AND RICE
Overhead Projector Transparency master for number of rice grains on each chess square.
Robert H. Romer, The Mathematics of Exponential Growth - Keep It Simple, TPT 29, 344-345 (1991).

A2-62: GIBBS PHENOMENON AND CAUSALITY
Information Sheet with detailed discussion of the experimental procedure.
William J. Thompson, Fourier series and the Gibbs phenomenon, AJP 60, 425-429 (1992).

A2-63: CALCULATOR WITH TV
Information Sheet.

A2-71: TOPOLOGY OF A STRING
None.