CAR PROJECT Kurt' Math Awesomeness LINK TO SPREADSHEET
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IOi5xrAbff574XpwIv9kTDgNYMQWu6L3mHB_vghJ8/edit?usp=sharing
nissan versa price 11,990 lamborghini aventador price 497, 650
My Proportion VS. Da Vinci's Proportion
2. YES 3. It goes into more detail and it is simpler to understand things.
1.We measured
Arm span to height 
Elbow tip of hand to height 
Length of hand to height 
Top of head bottom of chin to height 
Length of foot to height 
Length of ear to face 
The circle graph represents the number of students who are proportional in different subjects. This shows the percentage of students who match da vinci proportion.
The reason for this is to have a fun project on proportion while learning about the renaissance, while practicing proportions.
Bonus info: Some other math inventions in renaissance are
 1617 — Henry Briggs discusses decimal logarithms in Logarithmorum Chilias Prima,
 1618 — John Napier publishes the first references to e in a work on logarithms.
 1619 — René Descartes discovers analytic geometry (Pierre de Fermat claimed that he also discovered it independently),
 1619 — Johannes Kepler discovers two of the KeplerPoinsot polyhedra.
 1629 — Pierre de Fermat develops a rudimentary differential calculus,
 1634 — Gilles de Roberval shows that the area under a cycloid is three times the area of its generating circle,
 1636 — Muhammad Baqir Yazdi jointly discovered the pair of amicable numbers 9,363,584 and 9,437,056 along with Descartes (1636).^{[12]}
 1637 — Pierre de Fermat claims to have proven Fermat's Last Theorem in his copy of Diophantus' Arithmetica,
 1637 — First use of the term imaginary number by René Descartes; it was meant to be derogatory.
 1654 — Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat create the theory of probability,

Info on some mathematicians: William Oughtred: Invented the slide rule. Filippo Brunelleschi: Invented linear perspective. Rene Descartes: His famous quote: Thus, all Philosophy is like a tree, of which Metaphysics is the root, Physics the trunk, and all the other sciences the branches that grow out of this trunk, which are reduced to three principals, namely, Medicine, Mechanics, and Ethics. By the science of Morals, I understand the highest and most perfect which, presupposing an entire knowledge of the other sciences, is the last degree of wisdom. Pascal: he wrote a significant treatise on the subject of projective geometry at the age of 16, and later corresponded with Pierre de Fermaton probability theory, strongly influencing the development of modern economics and social science. Following Galileo and Torricelli, in 1646, he refuted Aristotle's followers who insisted that nature abhors a vacuum.
Renaissance 6th Grade Survey: Numerical question: How many siblings do you have?
Categorical Question: Which continent would you live in?
I surveyed: The whole 6th grade renaissance.
Numerical graph: I choose Bar graph because the bar graph looked more professional. Categorical graph: I choose this because it's the easiest graph to understanoutlier
outlier:7
With outlier
mean:21
median:2,3
mode:2,3
Range:7
Without outlier
Mean:20.3
median:2
mode:3,2
Range:3
I think the reason 3/4 chose europe is because most of their ancestry came from europe and Italy is in europe where lamborghini and ferrari is based. Another reason might be is that europe is ecofriendly.
I think it's typical because in america the average amount of luck of siblings is 2,3.
Comments (1)
katieverlin said
at 2:37 pm on Oct 29, 2014
Kurt Good job with your wiki! It's really coming along! Keep up the good work!
Mrs. Verlin :)
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