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If One World Trade Center is a prism and not an antiprism, would it be less in volume?

One World Trade Center, more simply known as 1 WTC and previously known as the Freedom Tower, is the lead building of the new World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York City. The supertall skyscraper is 104 storey  and is being constructed in the northwest corner of the 16-acre World Trade Center site. The image at the right shows the design as… Read More »

Ten problem solving and geometric construction tasks

I’ve written a number of posts the last couple of months which I published in other sites. They are problem solving tasks mostly in geometry using GeoGebra and a few on function, trigonometry and calculus. May I share 10 of them here. The first six are teaching resources which I posted in AgIMat, a site about science and… Read More »

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