Kaleidoscope

 teachMathematics: Kaleidoscope

This is one of three activities, similar in nature, for exploring transformations. Mathematics has always been deeply dynamic and technology now allows us to explore mathematics through different dynamic scenarios. This activity is a great example of one such scenario. Without giving too much away, the aim of this activity is to watch the animation, figure out what mathematics is behind it and then re-create it! The...


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