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*Mathematics Magazine***82**(February 2009), 3-15. - Fibonacci's Forgotten Number (with Jason C. Brunson),
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*College Mathematics Journal***36**(March 2005), 114-122. - A Conversation with
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*Math Horizons***12**, #3 (February 2005), 16-18. - The Ancient World's Magical
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*Pi Mu Epsilon Journal***11**(2002), 353-362. - Elliptic Curves from Mordell to
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- An Introduction to the General Number Field Sieve, by Matthew Briggs (Masters Thesis, Virginia Tech, 1998).