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Swarthmore Pages

Chris 7/16 I've put up comments from a "layman's" perspective.

Sweet Briar Pages

Chris 7.21.11 I've completed the rest of the page and made comments.
Thanks for your suggestion. I have made some change based on your comments. Flora 07.21 12:29
Ruoyun Guo from Drexel helped me with images. I have updated new version of the images.
Flora 07.22 20:17 I'm leaving today. i hope anyone could help review this page! Thanks very much!
Thanks Rebecca and Anna for your comments! I have made ALL the corrections this time and I left comments ( in green ) to your comments on the discussion page!
I've suggested a pretty major revision of one section, and I actually think that it might be best to move that section to another page. See my notes AnnaP 05:07, 22 July 2011 (UTC)
I have made all of the corrections you suggested except for those dealing with the physics portion. Can you let me know if everything is alright now (of course with the exception of my "Real World Parabolas" section) I am going to need to do some more reading so I can fix this section. Also, I had just thought it would be cool to have a section with examples of actual parabolic occurrences in real life since I was finding the area under the Golden Gate Bridge. But, I can definitely move it to the Parabola page if you think it would be more beneficial there. If I do this should I make all the corrections for this section on my page, wait for you to approve it, and then transfer it over?
Since I think you're done working for the summer, I'm going to go ahead and move around the content for you AnnaP 19:02, 29 July 2011 (UTC)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Chris Taranta, 8.16.11 I've edited this page. Check page discussion for comments.
Minor text correction, probably my error originally. SteveC
I fixed the acute/positive error. Let me know if you see anything else! Nordhr
See my note on the discussion page. The text needs significant revision and additions to make the content accessible to someone who isn't already familiar with the content AnnaP 19:59, 29 July 2011 (UTC)
One small suggestion, but nothing more. Nice page. SteveC
Thank you! I changed the category to geometry. Nordhr
The only other edit I have is to define "B├ęzier patches" AnnaP 16:28, 3 August 2011 (UTC)
I decided to put a link to a page about them, because I don't feel they are something that can be really given a one/two sentence definition. --Nordhr
  • Matrix created by Nordhr, content written by Steve Cunningham. 10:23 25 July 2011

Drexel Pages

Platonic Solid by Rguo 18:47, 15 August 2011 (UTC) with CalvinMorrison based on previous work by Mkelly1 and Abram

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