Math in the Real World of Architecture: Dimensions, Quantities, Shapes, and Patternsby Shirley Cook, Kathleen Bullock (Illustrator), Catherine Aldy (Editor)
Math in the Real World of Architecture provides students with unique insight into how the art and science of architecture is built upon basic dimensions, quantities, shapes, and patterns. Activities in this book cover multiplication, graphing, perimeter, capacity, mass, plane and solid figures, area, lines, angles, and congruent lines. Students learn how these mathematical theorems and concepts can be used together to create plans for homes and buildings.
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