# Pages Needing Basic Level Explanations

### From Math Images

**[Need to change Author to Image Author and resolve cases with student names. GK]**

### The following image pages are in need of basic descriptions that don't require too much math.

Field | Author | Description | |
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Bezier Curves | Algebra | A Bezier Curve involves the use of two anchor points and a number of control points to control the form of a curve. | |

Bridge of Peace | Algebra | The bridge of peace in Tbilisi ,Georgia, possesses a glass and steel covering frame which possesses a unique tiling structure, conic sections in its roof. Mapping a complicated pattern onto an uneven surface. | |

Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem | Topology | Rebecca | |

Dandelin Sphere Theory | Geometry | Hollister (Hop) David | This image shows a cone floating on the ocean. a ball floats in the cone with a touch of the ocean surface. A round fish is kissing the ocean surface in the cone. The cone cuts the ocean surface with a "Conic Section", which in the image is an ellipse. |

Fractal Scene I | Fractals | Anne M. Burns | "Fractal Scene I" is one of Burns' "Mathscapes" and was created using a variety of mathematical forumluas, including fractal methods to generate the clouds and plant life and vector techniques for the colors. |

Fun Topology | Topology | Paul Nylander | The topology is equivilent to a sphere with 30 holes. The boundary of each hole loops over itself twice with two Reidemeister-I twists and links with 6 others. |

Hippopede of Proclus | Topology | Adam Coffman | Consider a torus, T, as a surface of revolution, generated by a circle with radius r > 0, and with center at distance R > 0 from the axis... |

Iterated Functions | Algebra | Anna | |

Kummer Quartic | Algebra | 3DXM Consortium | A Kummer surface is any one of a one parameter family of algebraic surfaces defined by a specific polynomial equation of degree four. |

Mathematics of Gothic and Baroque Architecture | Geometry | Blog | La Sagrada Família (Holy Family) is a Gothic cathedral in Barcelona, Spain designed by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. |

Quadratic Functions in Landmarks | Algebra | Teacher's Network | The Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. The bridge is in the shape of a parabola. |

Regular Hexagon to Rectangle | Geometry | You can use the apothem and perimeter of a regular polygon to find its area. | |

Regular Octagon to Rectangle | Geometry | Emma F. | A regular polygon can be "unrolled" to form a rectangle with twice the area of the original polygon. |

Riemann Sphere | Algebra | Unknown | |

Straight Line and its construction | Geometry | Cornell University Libraries and the Cornell College of Engineering | |

TestTestTest | Algebra | test | Testing |

Tetra 1 | Geometry | Jos Leys | How does one fill a sphere with smaller spheres of various sizes so that every possible void is filled? There are only five known configurations, all obtained by a sphere inversion transformation, the 3D equivalent of a circle inversion. |