A few interactive examples of paradoxes

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A few interactive examples of paradoxes

Postby Kathy_Bautista » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:19 am

Below are a few Demonstrations illustrating paradoxes that are sure to add some fun to your classrooms...

Rolling a Coin around a Coin
The Mystery of the Disappearing Square
Dissection Fallacy
Zeno's Paradox: Achilles and the Tortoise


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