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September 13th, 2012, 10:36 AM   #1
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A Good Model for our Math Expo

I am a college student .My club is planning an exhibition on the theme "Topology".
Please suggest a main model for the same which is soul for topology.
It would be better if it is a working interactive model (hands on) .
Please give suggestion.


If we couldnt get a good main model then we will have to change the theme to one with a good main model.Here are some other theme we come up with:
1.Tilling and symmetry [Spidron]
2.Graphs & Network [Bridge of konisberg]
3.Ancient Math
4.Numbers
5.Cryptography

Please suggest a theme with a good main model for our expo and some really good model for topology.
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Re: A Good Model for our Math Expo

The bridge of Konisberg is, of course, the classic example for topology, in fact the start of the field.
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