Electronic Proceedings of the Ninth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsReno, Nevada, November 710, 1996Paper P012Developing Connection Between Algebra and Geometry, Aided by the Power of the TI92: A Study of Affine Geometry 
Daniel R. MillerMathematics Department Illinois State University Campus Box 4520 Normal, IL 61790 USA Phone: (309) 4387365 damiller@math.ilstu.edu 
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In the last three decades, many of the problems associated with the implementation of computer programming as an integral part of mathematics education have been overcome due to the rapid advances in electronic technology; size, cost, functionality, and availability. It is now practical , with the new technology, to begin to implement curriculum changes which integrate computer programming and mathematics instruction.
This project will examine integrating new technology with newly proposed curriculum concepts in algebra and geometry. In particular, we will look at the application of the programming features of the TI92 calculator with respect to developing insights into affine geometry.