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Mathematics and Origami : The Ancient Arts Unite

@inproceedings{Krier2007MathematicsAO,
  title={Mathematics and Origami : The Ancient Arts Unite},
  author={Jaema L. Krier},
  year={2007}
}
Mathematics and origami are both considered to be ancient arts, but until the 1960’s the two were considered to be as different as night and day. Turns out they are not as different as everyone thought. In fact, origami can be used to explain many mathematical concepts in fields such as geometry, calculus, abstract algebra and others. The relationship between mathematics and origami has yet to be fully explained. New folds and models are being developed by artists, architects, mathematicians… Expand
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