In this lesson, students use transformations of trigonometric functions to explore how sound waves can interfere with one another, and how noise-canceling headphones use incoming sounds to figure out how to produce that sweet, sweet silence.
Art is everywhere in our world and is intimately linked to maths although we may not always think of it in that way.
Create a painting with sponges cut into different shapes.
Tessellation is a math topic that is usually found off the beaten path but they contain important geometry and measurement concepts.
This lesson builds on the previous two lessons and encourages students to explore the geometric transformations of reflections and translations.
This lesson encourages students to explore the geometric transformation of rotation.