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Real-World Geometry


This photo shows students from Jefferson Junior High School in Washington studying geodesic domes at the National Building Museum. It was a great opportunity for students to learn about how geometry and the real-world can be integrated.
—Peter Phelps, Jefferson Junior High School, Washington, DC.

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