Instead of having to teach things like perpendicular bisectors and systems of equations, I just wish we could do things like this.

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## Friday, April 4, 2014

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Instead of having to teach things like perpendicular bisectors and systems of equations, I just wish we could do things like this.

Instead of having to teach things like perpendicular bisectors and systems of equations, I just wish we could do things like this.

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## 4 comments:

What would you do with it? (she asks with excitement)

I don't know, but I just find it interesting.

What might these diagrams be used for? How do you make one? Pretty good context for inventing perpendicular bisectors. Then the complexity increasing, trying to model it, find real world applications... plus pretty.

I didn't realize they were a thing. I just thought it was pretty cool that perp. bisectors were necessary and solutions to systems showed where to restrict domain and range.

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