Mathemusician Vi Hart is back with anti-parabola propaganda and some musing on math class, cardioids, connect the dots, envelopes of lines, even a bit of origami. Also see Hart’s Fibonacci numbers explained in stop-motion vegetables, the Victorian novella Flatland on a Möbius strip, and the science of sound, frequency, and pitch in stop-motion doodles.
Vi Hart's amazing doodling maths series is certainly too advanced for but it still funny, mesmerising and inspiring. Better yet, it introduces loops, sequencing and algorithms at a level that is accessible for most children to understand.
I don't even know if this makes sense. Boo cold. Try playing with this: http://www.khanacademy.org/cs/pascals-triangle/803149756 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulam_spiral Doodling in Math Class videos: http://vihart.com/doodling
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