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Betsy Ross 5-Pointed Star origami activity via @edemaine. #mathchat #artsed

The Museum of Mathematics (@MoMath1) in New York City offers wonderful programs (including many free options!) for children, families, teachers, and math aficionados. A colleague of mine, Alé Cozzi, introduced me to… 171 more words

Reading the Comics, April 27, 2016: Closing The Month (April) Out Edition

I concede this isn’t a set of mathematically-themed comics that inspires deep discussions. That’s all right. It’s got three that I can give pictures for, which is important. 699 more words


New on 500px : Nowhere by ErinBabnik by ErinBabnik

I like old-timers. They know things. One day I found myself soaking in a natural hot spring with a couple of them, and they clearly had great knowledge of the Mojave Desert. 476 more words

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Second Grade Math Warm-Ups: Week of April 18-21, 2016

This was a 4-day week at school, but since we’ve moved our MWU to the afternoon (instead of first thing in the morning), it has seemed it’s been easier to make them happen every day.  423 more words


Generalization of Euler's V-E+F=2

We generalized Euler’s formula V-E+F=2. The generalized formula is applicable to any dimension, reveals the attributes of an n-dimensional polytope, and allows a polytope to be constructed in a systematic manner.



Tutorial: Low poly artwork in Photoshop – OLIVIA BAINBRIDGE

I saw this article and decided to give the technique a try.

It was much more time consuming than I had anticipated, even with a relatively simple subject.  144 more words

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