This is Julian who did the following activity. If you see the one that says “class project” that is the one that Julian completed. I thought of it as a collaborative effort. Julian spent the time to do it by himself. It is a great example of perseverance and dedication to task.
Thank you Julian.
Here is the PDF of the following images.
Here is the Spanish version of Mathematical Measures, Mathematical Pleasures, Mathematical Pleasures. The Spanish title is
Medidas, Placeres, y Tesoros de las Matemáticas
It was painstakingly translated by Dr. Fernando Prieto, a good friend with whom I have gotten to know over the last five years at Cielito Lindo, an Elder Care Facility in San Miguel de Allende. Dr. Prieto is retiring this Christmas Season and it was a goal to have the Spanish version available in at least some form before he leaves. It will be available in January in print form.
Dr. Prieto did more than translate, he made valuable and clarifying suggestions on the ideas and concepts in this book.
He will be missed at Cielito Lindo and in San Miguel as he is returning to la Ciudad de Mexico soon. Vaya con Dios mi amigo.
Here’s the steps
He’s in the second foto with a big smile on his face. He is being hugged by Magdalena and at the table with him is Nadine. They are three of the finest people I’ve ever known.
In the first picture and one further down is my friend Rosamond who painted the wonderful painting I have on my living room wall along with one from Dr. Puglisi’s wife Sarah.
And here are some more Butterflies grouped together. We will work on how this grouping is done and why Homer is responsible for my being able to do it. Here are a couple of previous posts to explain it.
Homer’s Butterfly, What Homer Saw
The Rio Wave Generator is a class that I am doing in the Rio School District in Ventura County California.
This was the first one
Followed shortly by this