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Mathematics in Art and Architecture

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Mike Lydon (Student), Sep 03, 2009
Comment: After spending about twenty minutes reviewing the content of the article I came out with a favorable opinion of the content. Despite being a rubric for a college course I thought that there was a good quality to the material. I like the idea of being able to look around and view the world from a mathematical perspective. To be able to visualize common objects or buildings and know something interesting about them. Additionally the content is educationally viable and useful to disciplines such as architecture. I believe that somebody could use this page as an effective teaching or learning tool. Or even as a way to convince somebody who dosn't particularly like math that it is relevant to them in many different ways. Lastly, the site is fairly well organized with a table of contents with clickable links to the information listed below. The only troubling thing about the page has to be that it was designed as a class information sheet, other than that this article was good.