Kaleidoscope TN

 teachMathematics: Kaleidoscope TN

If you are not careful, hours can disappear playing with problems like this. Once the first animation is understood then it is a natural development to play with the idea and see where it goes. As such this is a very rich activity. The kaleidoscopic animation is visually appealing and students do want to make it for themselves, so they become interested in figuring out how to do it! There are lots of great questions...

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