Saturday, May 13, 2006

My Growing Post

Rotational symmetry is symmetry with respect to some or all rotations in m-dimensional Euclidean space. Rotations are direct isometries, i.e., isometries preserving orientation. Therefore a symmetry group of rotational symmetry is a subgroup of E+(m) (see Euclidean group).Symmetry with respect to all rotations about all points implies translational symmetry with respect to all translations, and the symmetry group is the whole E+(m). This does not apply for objects because it makes space homogeneous, but it may apply for physical laws.


#3. First I started with 4 blocks then I added 2 blocks to make it 6 blocks and it keeps on going on.



At 5/14/2006 7:38 AM, Blogger jay said...

good job candace!=)

At 5/14/2006 8:14 AM, Blogger Candy said...

thank you jay

At 5/15/2006 2:05 PM, Blogger Fang_the_Barbarian said...

way to go

At 5/16/2006 11:39 AM, Blogger Mr. Reece said...

Candance how does rotation and reflection symmetry apply to pentominoes?

You need to work on your description. What does the pattern look like, what is its size, quantity etc.

Mr. R

At 5/20/2006 12:09 PM, Blogger Mr. Reece said...

Candace you didn't take the opportunity to make any additions to your post based upon my comments.
Your grade is 14/20

At 5/22/2006 12:39 PM, Blogger amelia_ mal said...

Hey Candy! That was great!Really I don't know why he gave u that mark.
u gave me an ex. at first i didn't know what to do but when i saw yuor's that's when I got it.


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