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- What Good is Math? - Peck, Rosser, Pifer; University of Richmond
A site designed to show middle school students how math is useful. Examples are drawn from everyday experience; topics include art, finance, grades, sports, planning a party or a trip, and cooking. Created by pre-service math teachers.
- White Narcissus - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
The elegant, swooping forms carved out of wood by sculptor Robert Longhurst often resemble gracefully curved soap films that span twisted loops of wire dipped into soapy water. Alhough these abstract sculptures bear an uncanny resemblance to mathematical
- Wilson A. 'Snowflake' Bentley (1865-1931) - Tobias C. Brown
An American farmer who spent most of his life producing photomicrographs of snowflakes at his Jericho, Vermont farm. The site includes a Snow Crystal Display with a sequence of 26 images.
- Wordplay - John Langdon
On the application of ambigrams (words as art) in various fields of study. Most ambigrams are based on one form of symmetry or another; most of Langdon's ambigrams exemplify rotational symmetry.
- A World of Color - Graphx Edge
Royalty-free color fractal images and fractal collections available on CD-ROM. Also clip art, fonts, textures, and a Fractal Showcase.
- World of Fractals - Adam Lerer
A general site about fractals, including image galleries, animations, descriptions of different types of animations, explanations, programs to download, and related links. See Types of fractals; read Understanding Fractals (The Basics, The Mathematics,
- The XY Chart - Speier Associates
A multiplication table that incorporates the Cartesian coordinates, and aspects of Piet Mondrian's designs for an aesthetically pleasing appearance, to teach elementary school students concepts of multiplication, Cartesian coordinates, arithmetic sequences,
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