Sharp, John
September 2004
Mathematics Teaching;Sep2004, Issue 188, p10
Presents several ways of slicing cylinders using sliceforms with the application of mathematical principles. Facts and information of a cylinder; Use of sliceforms in making cylindrical model; Procedures and guidelines in making a simple sliceform cylinder and a circular cylinder model.


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