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18 Piece DIY Spiral of Theodorus Puzzle Kit - Wooden

SKU GP00006
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  • THEODORUS || Explore triangular relations by studying right triangles and by building the Spiral of Theodorus
  • 18 PIECE || 18 wooden triangles to build the Spiral of Theodorus
  • INCLUDED || Various wooden pieces, as well as labels, pen, and instruction guide with segmented sections for each appropriate age level
  • FOR ALL AGES || Kit is designed for all ages of children, from youngsters to high school
  • RIGHT ANGLE STUDY || Hands-on activities aid in the conceptualization of abstract mathematical ideas
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The Spiral of Theodorus Block Kit allows students of any age to experiment with square roots and irrational numbers in physical form. This kit, though simple in design, provides a setting for age-appropriate discussions of the structure and behavior of a whole new type of number. Young children can use the kit to explore right triangles and ramps. Elementary school children can use the triangles to make their first foray into indirectly defined quantities. They can work to make Theodorus’ spiral and other related shapes, and depending on their age level, elementary school children can explore the Pythagorean theorem and square roots. Middle school students can use the triangles to test equivalencies with square roots, and explore abstract concepts like a sequence of geometric shapes based on the Fibonacci numbers. High school students can use the kit to explore a proof of irrationality for non-square integer roots, a method for approximating square roots and, using the Spiral of Theodorus, approximating the number p.

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