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Devanshi

Can anybody suggest me a good Math project on which I can make a creative model? Well I have got the topic called origami but I dont know how to relate it with Math! :/

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  1. AERONIK
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    you can try calculus esp. differential equations

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  2. UnkleRhaukus
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    how many times can you fold a piece of paper in half

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  3. Devanshi
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    we dont have that topic! Can you suggest something else?

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  4. Devanshi
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    8?

    • one year ago
  5. irkiz
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    isn't folding origami? seems good enough for me, if you want an easy project

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  6. AERONIK
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    uncle rhaukus is it seven times that we can fold a paper in half ?

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  7. UnkleRhaukus
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    pretty much

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  8. irkiz
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    instead of how many times u can fold a paper, make an equation where you can relate how thich the paper will be if you fold it n times

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  9. irkiz
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    thick*

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  10. AERONIK
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    the thickness is a simple sum of the geometric progression upto n terms...

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  11. Devanshi
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    is it gonna work at first year college level??I doubt.

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  12. irkiz
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    ahh should have said its college level

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  13. irkiz
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    yup that would be too easy

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  14. Devanshi
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    yeah

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  15. irkiz
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    what topic did you learn/ are you learning?

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  16. Devanshi
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    actually I can choose any topic I want to...but I want it to be interesting and creatIVE!

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  17. Shadowys
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    Well, you might want to try to use maths to reduce a picture into origami models.

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