good math projects include finding the square root of 69, the dymnamics of 10 and its multiples, and defining what 11 means.
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I think your idea is great, but maybe you can expand it. For example, maybe you could compose your own song to play.or maybe you could visit an orchestra an interview a professional
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You could create some tools that would create the shapes of the conic sections... The ellipse and circle would be the easiest. Try: http://www.mathopenref.com/constellipse1&hellip
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Give your math students a tactile treat by engaging them in a 3D math project. When learning the practical math subject of geometry, students are commonly told about threedimensional
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