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Mathematical Dance Moves

This is good, but the moves get really explicit once you start into calculus. If you know who's responsible for this great cartoon, let us know in the comments.

via Geekosystem | Previously: Math Dances and Other College Application Videos

I saw something similar to this at a teacher workshop, but with just the graphs. The students were suppose to make the graphs with their arms. The graphs were shown on a smart board as a slide show set to arobic music. It was really fun. I think they called it algerobics or something silly like that. I wish they had this on a shirt.
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fire: False! -sqrt(x) reflects sqrt(x) over the x-axis, whereas sqrt(-x) reflects sqrt(x) over the y-axis. Plug in a few points and check it out :-)
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