6 edition of **Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami** found in the catalog.

- 7 Want to read
- 5 Currently reading

Published
**December 15, 1999**
by Key Curriculum
.

Written in English

- Mathematics,
- Teaching of a specific subject,
- Teaching Methods & Materials - Mathematics,
- Education,
- Algebra - General,
- Geometry - General,
- Mathematical concepts of origami,
- Mathematics / Algebra / General

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 115 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL8610946M |

ISBN 10 | 1559532750 |

ISBN 10 | 9781559532754 |

Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami: ISBN () Key Curriculum, Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site. Mathematical Origami Platonic Solids. Platonic Solids are the most regular polyhedra: all faces are the same regular polygon, and they look the same at every vertex. The Greek philosopher Plato discovered that there are only five solids with these properties.

On the Mathematics of Flat Origamis Abstract Origami is the art of folding pieces of paper into works of sculpture without the aid of scissors or glue. Modern advancements in the complexity of origami (e.g., the work of Montroll and Maekawa) reveal a rich geometric structure gov- the unit disk D. Unit Origami From a book: Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami, by Franco and Varner (published by Key Curriculum Press ) (A poster also exists.) Star-Building Unit: 3. Unit Origami A “Star-Building Unit” is made from a square piece of paper. All models are created by using multiple star-building units.

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My intention was to segue from my daughter's love of origami to a love of math. This book did not help at all. She is 12 and found the whole volume to be a real snooze/5(7). Unfolding Mathematics With Unit Origami At last-an origami book designed specifically for mathematics classrooms.

Origami books are typically written by origami experts and aimed at origami enthusiasts. This art form lends itself wonderfully to teaching mathematicsbut it's been up to you to find ways to do it/5(7).

Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami, Key Curriculum Press. Start with a square. Fold it in half, then unfold. Fold the two vertical Unit Origami, Tomoko Fuse Unfolding Mathematics using Unit Origami, Key Curriculum Press Fold In Origami, Unfold Math,File Size: 1MB. Get this from a library.

Unfolding mathematics with unit origami. [Betsy Franco; Key Curriculum Press.] -- The detailed folding and assembly instructions will enable the reader to create three dimentional origami models.

Sixteen absorbing activities present simple folding techniques that transform square. Key Curriculum Press. Library. Lending Library. Unfolding Mathematics With Unit Origami At last-an origami book designed specifically for mathematics classrooms. Origami books are typically written by origami experts and aimed at origami enthusiasts.

This art form lends itself wonderfully to teaching mathematicsbut it's Pages: Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami. By Betsy Franco. Publication Type: Book. Number Of Pages: ISBN #: Origami Models In This Book. Colliding Cubes. Tato. Ori Money In Two Dimensions - Equilateral Triangle.

Triangular Measuring Tool. Folding A Regular Hexagon. Folding A Regular Pentagon. One of the main strengths of this book is that it fills a niche between origami and mathematics books that focus on either the elementary level (e.g., Math in Motion by Barbara Pearl), the high school level (e.g., Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami by Betsy Franco and Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami Boxes by Arnold Tubis and.

Modular origami is a type of origami where two or more sheets of paper are folded into units, modules. Beginner's Book of Modular Origami Polyhedra: The Platonic Solids by Rona Gurkewitz and Bennett Arnstein Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami by Betsy Franco see. Rather than working problems out of a book, students will use these designs as a way to investigate the mathematical concepts inherent in them.

This project is intended for use in a Geometry class, as many geometric concepts can be found in, or are directly involved in, the construction of almost all origami designs.

Unfolding Mathematics. Unfolding Mathematics with Origami Boxes Unlike other origami books devoted to boxes, all the boxes in this book are made from a single sheet of paper. This is a great relief to those who have an aversion to modular origami and do not enjoy assembling multiple units into one model.

The Magic and Mathematics of Paper-Folding It’s easy to get a feel for origami-mathematics for yourself. India in Among other topics, this book examines how, using only a.

including Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami (Franco, ) and Math in Motion: Origami in the Classroom (Pearl, ).

Both provide a variety of ways that teachers can use the instruction of Origami to help students strengthen their visualizing of two- and three-dimensional figures. Interestingly, though,File Size: KB. Unfolding Mathematics with Unit Origami (book and poster set) by Betsy Franco, ISBNCompare new and used books prices among online bookstores.

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I am an eighth grade math teacher at MS 61 in Brooklyn, New York. We are a Title I School with at least 80% of our students. The construction of origami models is sometimes shown as crease patterns.

The major question about such crease patterns is whether a given crease pattern can be folded to a flat model, and if so, how to fold them; this is an NP-complete problem.

Related problems when the creases are orthogonal are called map folding problems. There are three mathematical rules for producing flat-foldable.This settles a problem that has been open sinceposed by Don Shimamoto.

Zach even settled the question for unit-length linkages, which can also trace any "semi-algebraic" region. Abel, Zachary Ryan.

"On folding and unfolding with linkages and origami." PhD .Unfolding mathematics with unit origami by Betsy Franco (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.