Flexagons are paper polygons that have a fascinating secret. When you flex them, you can change their faces! In this session, we'll construct our own hexaflexagons, learn how mathematicians use something called graph theory to map out the paths between sides, and find some surprising connections to computer networks. This is math as you've never done it before.
Materials: paper, scissors, tape, coloured markers/pencil crayons.
Expert: Maggie MacPhee has a degree in Mathematics with a focus on Graph Theory.
|Event Ticket||$ 16.00|