An Example of Nature’s Mathematics: The Rainbow

It is the author’s contention that ‘nature’ is a wonderful resource and vehicle for teaching students at all levels about mathematics, be it qualitatively at elementary schools (shapes, circular arcs, polygonal patterns) or more quantitatively at middle and high schools (geometrical concepts, algebra, trigonometry and calculus of a single variable).

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