Math Demonstrations are part of CS Stem Exposition-an event designed to encourage students to showcase the results of their stem studies and their math work. The purpose of the exposition is to apply knowledge and understanding of math,technology, and engineering to conduct in-depth, “real-world” investigations and offer another venue for students to practice their presentation skills. The CS Stem Expo is open to all students, parents, and community members to enjoy hands-on activities and explore the excitement and opportunities that math offers.



Mathematics and Snowflakes

Every snowflake has infinite beauty and it is said that no two snowflakes are exactly alike; however
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Building a Geodesic Dome

You'll need four sheets to make each newspaper log. Spread the sheets open flat, one on top of the o
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Stick Stool that can hold up to 5 pounds!

Two very interesting mathematics demonstration: Stick Stool that can hold up to 5 pounds! and Spinni
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Minimum surface area: Minimum Distance

What is the shortest road that can be constructed to connect four houses at the corners of a square
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Interesting Matchstick Puzzles

Matchstick puzzles are puzzles in which you arrange a set of matchsticks in a pattern or shape and a
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Woodhaven Oval Jigs

Oval jigs are designed to cut partial or full ovals quickly and with precision. Whether you're cutti
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Mathematics and Chess

The number of possible chess positions after White’s first ply move is 20 (16 pawn moves and 4 knigh
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Soma Cubes

The Soma cube consist of seven different polycubes, the threedimensional analogues of polyominoes. T
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Nine Men Morris Game:

The board consists of a grid with twenty-four intersections or points. Each player has nine pieces,
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Visual Illusions

Geometrical-optical illusions are visual illusions, also optical illusions, in which the geometrical
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Freer Tile Puzzle

A puzzle in which 63 squares, divided into 10 separate tiles, are arranged and rearranged so that th
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Draw without raising the pencil.

Challenge yourself with drawing the given figures without raising the pencil.
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Demonstrate and prove that “1=2”

In mathematics, certain kinds of mistaken proof are often exhibited, and sometimes collected, as ill
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Fractals and Examples of Fractal from the Nature

Fractals are useful in modeling structures (such as eroded coastlines or snowflakes) in which simila
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Mathematics of Suspension Bridges

Students will construct models to demonstrate the following: Compression, Tension, Torsion, Students
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Airplane Mathematics-Middle/High Schools:

The main goal of this unit is to acquaint the middle-high school student with the history of Aerodyn
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Use of math in computer games:High Schools

The purpose of this math demonstration is to have a look at how mathematics is used in computer game
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Disentanglement Puzzles

A disentanglement puzzle involves disentangling one piece or set of pieces from another piece or set
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Solutions to Rubik’s Cube:

There are many algorithms to solve scrambled Rubik's Cubes. The maximum number of face turns needed
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Card Tricks

Card tricks, cool magic card trick secrets revealed to impress and entertain your audience.
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How many times can we fold a paper-exponentials?

Each time you fold a piece of paper you double the number of sheets. So after 7 folding it is 128 sh
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Geometric Tricks on Wooden Boards

Fascinating educational wooden boards explaining several geometric theorems and properties visually
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Math Shows and Tricks

Math games and Algebra activities are great means to teach the simple as well as slightly difficult
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Escher Drawings and Impossible Figures-Tessellations

Escher is a famous artist who created mathematically challenging artwork. He used only simple drawi
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Origami-Paper Architecture

   ORIGAMI-PAPER ARCHITECTURE       Click on the following resource.    
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Countdown Math Fun Competition/Demonstration

Countdown is a math game show involving number puzzles.The contestant chooses two large numbers are
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Algebra Tiles

Algebra tiles are known as mathematical manipulatives that allow students to better understand ways
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GPS Trigonometry Application

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a worldwide radio-navigation system formed from aconstellatio
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Pick’s Theorem

Pick’s theorem provides an elegant formula for the area of a simple lattice polygon: a lattice polyg
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Brain Teasers and Math jokes,puzzles, interesting math problems

Math jokes, puzzles, interesting math problems that will spice up the math classroom.
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How much does the ball travel? (1+1/2+1/4+…., etc.)

When you add infinitely many fractions, is it likely that you end up a single number? Why not!
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Fibonacci sequence, Spirals in Nature

The Fibonacci numbers, and in conjunction the golden ratio, are a popular theme in culture. They hav
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Golden Ratio- Are you a golden person?

The golden ratio has fascinated Western intellectuals of diverse interests for at least 2,400 years.
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50 States Game

Click on the following. 50 States Game-STEMCON
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Finger Multiplication

Finger multiplication allows you to use your fingers to quickly multiply numbers from 6 through 10.
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Kaprekar Number- Napier Bonds-Squaring numbers ending with 5

Napier's bones, also called Napier's rods, are numbered rods which can be used to perform multiplica
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