Rotation Navigation

 teachMathematics: Rotation Navigation

Choose four places around the world that you really like or would love to visit. Add them to the world map. Write a brief guidebook entry for the “rotations” journey you want your partner to take and then leave them to work out where the centre of rotation needs to be. Think you understand rotation and centres of rotation? Try the “Jungle Obstacle” course, recording each of your moves. Watch out for the...


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