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Cubes in onepoint perspective
This post is a reply to Jamie’s comment on Drawn to Math: Would anyone know how to construct a cube in one point perspective? This is an excellent question because it isolates an important, simplified situation that enables one to study key aspects of … Continue reading
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Math at the US Open
Being a big fan of tennis, I’m trying to catch as much of the US Open as I can. Here are a couple of tennisinspired math questions.
Drawn to Math
Lots of people like to draw and many people strive to make more realistic drawings. That desire can motivate lots of mathematics! Perspective drawing is one of the keys to making realistic drawings, and, at the same time, offers a … Continue reading