Leonardo, Water, and Math
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|Ivars Peterson (MathLand)|
|Leonardo da Vinci had a special interest in water, both practical and theoretical. Between the years 1506 and 1510, as he shuttled between projects in Milan and Florence, Leonardo jotted down his thoughts in a scientific notebook. His intention was to write a treatise on the effects produced by moving water, not only on Earth but also in the sky.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Math Topics:||Fourier Analysis/Wavelets, History and Biography|
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