Wednesday, October 30, 2013

October Math Circle at the Kingston Library

Our  Kingston Library math circle met for the second time this fall on Saturday. It's very heartening to see the regular faces (each a year older, and growing fast) and the new comers are also a welcome sight.
 There was a lot of great mathematical thinking, as can be seen in this  scratch work.

(note the typo - I forgot to update the date from September's circle meeting)

We had a lot of students  sharing their work on these problems at the end of class.

Each month we also feature a hands on project,  and this month we made a paper cut and glue Curry's Triangle Paradox.

What do you find disturbing in the following picture? The graph paper grid is there intentionally to help measure distances and areas.