Examples of multiple proofs in geometry: Part 1, tasks and hints

Ruti Segal, Moshe Stupel, Alfinio Flores


Use of multiple methods for proof problems in geometry has great potential to expand reasoning and thinking skills. Discovering or understanding different solutions may develop and increase the enjoyment found in problem solving and render mathematics a creative enterprise. Six proof problems from geometry are presented with hints for multiple methods of proof. 

Full Text:



  • There are currently no refbacks.

Copyright (c) 2017 Ruti Segal, Moshe Stupel, Alfinio Flores

The Ohio Journal of School Mathematics is published by the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics and hosted by The Ohio State University Libraries.

If you encounter problems with the site or have comments to offer, including any access difficulty due to incompatibility with adaptive technology, please contact libkbhelp@lists.osu.edu.

ISSN 2472-5986 (print)
ISSN 2472-601X (online)