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Symmetry and Pattern: The Art of Oriental Carpets

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Material Type: Tutorial
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Date Added to MERLOT: August 25, 2005
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 11, 2010
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Author: Carol Bier  The Textile Museum
Submitter : James Rutledge

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Symmetry is used to analyze the patterns in Oriental carpets. Educational activities are provided along with other educational resources. This web site is a collaborative project of The Textile Museum and The Math Forum.


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Translation, Assymetry, Reflection, Rotation

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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
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Avatar for Cameron Seibly
4 years ago

Cameron Seibly (Student)

Indeed everything that is made is based in mathematics, of some kind, at some level. From the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore to a simple but beautiful woven rug. By using symmetry patterns are able to come to life, and they can be used in an almost infinite way.

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