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Q&A #192


Photography and math

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Description:  Using photography to teach geometry, symmetry, fractions, ratio, proportion...
Level:  Any
Math topic:  Art, Fractions/Decimals/Percents, Geometry, Symmetry/Tessellations
Ed. topic:  Activities, Visualizations

Original Question/Response
28 Apr 98   Photography and math by Rene LeClaire
30 Apr 98   Re: Photography and math by Suzanne
05 May 98   Re: Photography and math by Rick

Public Discussion
04 Mar 02   Aerial Photography and Proportional Reasoning by Michael Wathen
05 Mar 02        Re: Aerial Photography and Proportional Reasoning by Michael Wathen
03 Jan 04   Mathmatics of a camera by Chris
09 Mar 04   data on lighting vs Aperture and SS by Michael

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