venerdì 18 febbraio 2011

Math Teachers At Play # 35

piramide animataDenise writes:

"Welcome to the Math Teachers At Play blog carnival — which is not just for math teachers.

Do you enjoy math? I hope so! If not, browsing these links just may change your mind. Most of these posts were submitted by the bloggers themselves; others are drawn from my overflowing Google Reader.

From preschool to high school, there are plenty of interesting things to learn.

Let the mathematical fun begin…


By tradition, we start the carnival with a puzzle in honor of our 35th edition:puzzle

    * Take a piece of graph paper with 1/2″ squares, and cut it apart along the lines. Separate these squares into sets of six.
    * Arrange each set so that all the squares touch sides with at least one other square. These are called hexominoes."

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1 commento:

  1. Posso solo dare il benvenuto
    al nuovo post
    che so che sarà interessante
    come tutto quello che dici, che fai e che scrivi.

    Un bacione 


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