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The Center for Cultural Design presents this page on cornrow hairstyles and how they apply to the mathematical concepts of transformational geometry and iteration. The site includes the cultural history of cornrows, as...
The Center for Cultural Design presents this site on geometric concepts as displayed in Mangbetu art. This artistic tradition displays all four geometric transforms: reflection, translation, rotation and scaling....
The Center for Cultural Design presents this site on African Fractals. Fractals are both visually interesting and mathematically relevant patterns that repeat themselves at different scales. The site includes an...
This math lesson from Illuminations uses Venn diagrams to illustrate direct, indirect and transitive reasoning. Students will learn the definitions of direct, indirect and transitive reasoning and give examples of each....
This lesson from Illuminations helps students see connections between mathematics and other disciplines, such as government, history and ethics. The material will allow students to develop their skills in mathematical...
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