Friday math movie: Two Dots

By Murray Bourne, 06 May 2011

Lusine's music provides a fitting backdrop to this animation that "illustrates the song's relationships-as-trigonometry analogy".

Here are the lyrics.

two dots
joined by a line
might be detached
by a crime

who is responsible
when the line is stretched
who is responsible
when it becomes a triangle
how irresponsible
when the line is stretched
how irresponsible
when it becomes a triangle

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Now, let's watch the video.

See the 1 Comment below.

One Comment on “Friday math movie: Two Dots”

  1. PedagoNet says:

    Thanks
    Try "W - triangles"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypRCDwjVHJg&feature=youtu.be

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