Drawing Circle Images

How to Draw Artistic Symmetrical Images with a Ruler and Compass


Author: Musigfi Studio

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9789526787862


Page: 48

View: 9853

From simple to complex - use a compass to draw fascinating artistic images. This book includes step-by-step instructions for all symmetries between threefold and twelvefold. Clear and precise black-and-white illustrations will guide you. The book provides ruler and compass constructions that you can draw without using units of measurement for three-, four-, five-, six-, eight-, ten- and twelvefold symmetries. In addition, it gives dimensions in inches (and cm) for all images, which you can use on both A4 and A3 sheets.

New Mathematics Today book 6



Publisher: S. Chand Publishing

ISBN: 9352832043

Category: Mathematics

Page: N.A

View: 7738

New Mathematics Today, a thoroughly revised series for KG to Class 8, has been designed as per the requirements of the latest curriculum. The content of this series is designed to reach all learners in the classroom irrespective of their skill levels or learning capabilities.

ICSE NumbersWiz Class 6



Publisher: S. Chand Publishing

ISBN: 9352532325

Category: Mathematics

Page: N.A

View: 8396

ICSE NumbersWiz is a series of books for KG to Class 8 which conforms to the latest CISCE curriculum. The main aim of writing this series is to help the children understand difficult mathematical concepts in a simple manner in easy language.

How to Draw Mandalas


Author: Jessica Mazurkiewicz

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048649179X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 45

View: 1193

Step-by-step instructions to draw your own mandala designs by hand, using compass and ruler. Includes practice pages to complete and colour in.

Balancing the Common Core Curriculum in Middle School Education

Composing Archimedes' Lever, the Equation, and the Sentence as an Interdisciplinary Unity


Author: James H. Bunn

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319461060

Category: Education

Page: 227

View: 4301

This book examines the idea of ‘good education’ which is thought to include a scientific and technical component, a mathematical component, a writing component, and an ethical and aesthetic component. Bunn proposes a new three-way intersection in these teachings: the basic sciences and mechanics of levering on a seesaw, the basic formulations of patterning an algebraic equation, and the basic rules for writing a sentence in English. In all three forms of inquiry, balance is the mainstay through which problems in US middle school education are brought together and analyzed.

Knot Gardens and Parterres

A History of the Knot Garden and How to Make One Today


Author: Robin Whalley,Anne Jennings

Publisher: Barn Elms Pub


Category: Gardening

Page: 160

View: 6517

This book is conceived in two parts. The first, by the garden historian Robin Whalley, is a well-researched and lively account of the evolution of knot gardens from the first sketches in the fifteenth century to the somewhat bizarre version of the theme created by leading designers today.The book opens with a look at the history of the interlacing knot motif and explains the symbolism behind it. The illustrations are striking examples from Roman, Islamic, Celtic and medieval Christian decorative art. There are woodcuts from Renaissance Italy, knot gardens in splendid Tudor portraits and illustrations from both the earliest gardening manuals and modern photographs of authentic recreations.In the second part, Anne Jennings shows today's gardener how the theme can be used to create unique designs whose crisp and permanent outlines allow the garden to remain an admired feature throughout the year. Every aspect is carefully and confidently covered and illustrated both by line drawings and by inspiring photographs of contemporary schemes.This stimulating and sumptuous book will have a special place in every gardener's library.