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Nets, flips, and turns

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From: Jenny (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Apr 28, 1999 at 20:12:56
Subject: Re: Nets, flips, and turns

You might look at a high school Geometry textbook for information about
"transformations" (slides, flips and turns). Also, many elementary math
methods textbooks address these topics. A geometry textbook might also have
nets and you can look at the CRC Mathematics Handbook. The following web
site also has examples:

    http://www.ee.liverpool.k12.ny.us/EE/Student_center/slide.html

And you might check the Forum's Internet Mathematics Library which is an
annotated catalog of mathematics and mathematics education web sites located
at:

   http://mathforum.org/library/

 -Jenny, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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