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4434Young Math Wizards: Topology
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This material is a part of a collection of learning materials at the site of Rio Rancho Math Camp. The site provides ״an intellectually stimulating experience for middle school students who like math, and want to experience hands on, challenging math activities." The Topology topic is designed to give a student simple yet insightful introduction on the subsject of Topology. It contains illustrations, videos, and interactive exervises. CATASTROPHE TEACHER
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An introduction to catastrophe theory, with demonstration applets.Rubber Sheet Geometry
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Five page intro to topological concepts.Topology for Tots
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Three page intro to topological concepts for young persons.Complex Maze
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Complex maze for ages 10 to 18great for math studentsgoes along with a study of mazesAdvanced Topics in Mathematics
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A high school math page that explores, fractals, knots, encryption, barcodes, number theory, and chaos theory.Knots on the Web
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A large collection of information on knot theory.Mudd Math Fun Facts
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This archive is designed as a resource for enriching your courses with mathematical Fun Facts! It is designed to pique the interest of students in different areas of mathematics. The fun facts were originally conceived as five minute warm ups at the beginning of lectures so that non mathematics majors would not think math was just calculus. Presentation suggestions are also given.Topology
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Topology is generally considered to be one of the three linchpins of modern abstract mathematics (along with analysis and algebra). Recently, topology has an important components of applied mathematics, with many mathematicians and scientists employing concepts of topology to model and understand real-world structures and phenomena. Topology is the study of shapes:Including their properties, Deformations applied to them, Mappings between them and Configurations composed of them. Here we can learn this course with the help of provided study materialTopology Atlas
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This site is designed to be a comprehensive resource for mathematicans and others interested in topology in its broadest sense.