Archive for GeoGebra
I’ve been reading the book, An Imaginary Tale: The Story of i [the square root of minus one] by Paul J. Nahin and it’s really interesting! I’m almost to chapter 4 and so far it’s been introducing some nifty ideas about complex numbers. Among the content, we find a very convenient way of calculating the value of a complex number when multiplied by itself an integer amount of times. That is, . This is De Moivre’s Formula.
Ever wonder if there’s any creativity in logic and math? Do left-brained people struggle to be creative? Where does creativity and logic come from?
I was curious what it would look like if rotated rotating points around center points around another center point. LOL. Try saying that 5 times fast!
Using GeoGebra, I made this worksheet for us to see.
Try making some designs and take pictures of them!
Creativity and Logic come from Curiosity.