Date: 19. November 2018 | By: Moritz Baumann-Wehner | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Rosetta

The Rosetta is located in Erfurt, Germany. Determine the inner circumference of the rosette. (dyed red). Give the result in meters to two decimals! To solve the task, one must […]

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Date: 12. November 2018 | By: Moritz Baumann-Wehner | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Random pixels at the insect hotel

The task was created during the MoMaTrE project during a meeting with our partners in Nitra, Slovakia. In a courtyard of the philosopher Konstantin-University Nitra, the atrium, there is the […]

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Date: 29. October 2018 | By: Moritz Baumann-Wehner | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: The robot rides a bike

Today MCM is talking with Cécile Nigon about the Task of the Week located in Saint-Étienne, France.   What is the task about? We want to put the children as […]

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Date: 22. October 2018 | By: Moritz Baumann-Wehner | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Opening Angle of the surveillance camera

This week MCM is talking with Christian Mercat about the Task of the Week located in Nabeul, Tunisia.   What is the task about? There are video surveillance cameras that […]

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Date: 1. October 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Lateral Area of the Pillar

As part of the MEDA conference in Copenhagen from 05.-07.09.2018, Joerg Zender und Simone Jablonski presented the MathCityMap system and the review process. During this, various tasks in Copenhagen’s city […]

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Date: 24. September 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: The Wheel of Brisbane

We are welcoming the Australian tasks created by Adi Nur Cahyono, lecturer of mathematics education in Indonesia, in Brisbane. In an interview, he will give us an insight into his […]

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Date: 17. September 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Nine Figures

Today’s best practice example in the Task of the Week focuses on composite geometric bodies with truncated cones and a sphere. Task: Nine figures (Task number: 3780) Determine the volume […]

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Date: 10. September 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Sine Gate and Cosine

A special task on the subject of trigonometric functions will be presented this week within our category “Task of the Week”. Task: Sine Gate and Cosine (Task Number: 4554) The […]

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Date: 3. September 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Angle of the Camera

Today, we present you a MathCityMap task from Tunisia in an interview with Christian Mercat, partner in the project MoMaTrE from Universtiy Lyon. Task: Angle of the Camera (Task number: […]

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Date: 27. August 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Roof Dome of the Diana Temple

Our current Task of the Week was created during the MNU meeting in Munich. The city offers great architectural possibilities to use MathCityMap, for example the Diana Temple in the […]

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Date: 20. August 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Water in the Fountain

Fountains and their volume are ideal for modeling different geometric bodies. While many of the fountains have a rectangular or circular shape and can thus be approximated as cuboid or […]

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Date: 13. August 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | 1 Comment

Task of the Week: Cobblestones

As part of the ICM conference in Rio de Janeiro, Iwan Gurjanow created the first tasks in South America. In the resulting trail, our current Task of the Week is […]

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Date: 6. August 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Direction

With our GPS tasks, such as the walking of a north-south line, we have already presented a first way how to connect the directions with MathCityMap. But many statues also […]

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Date: 30. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Diogenes and his Barrel

Doing mathematics surrounded by a fantastic setting – that promises the current Task of the Week to the statue of Diogenes of Sinope. Known as an influential Greek philosopher, he […]

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Date: 23. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Vertebra

The city center of Münster provides several different tasks as one can notice within the portal map. Also in the trail around the Aasee, Münster presents itself from a various […]

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Date: 16. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Height of the Statue

At the beginning of the month, Iwan Gurjanow presented the MathCityMap project in Sweden at the PME conference. Of course, around the location, different tasks were created as our current […]

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Date: 9. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Columns in the Parc

This week, Carmen Monzo, teacher in Spain gives us an inside into her task “Colums in the Parc”. It is created in a parc in Albacete, which ” is full […]

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Date: 2. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Roof

The classical geometric bodies and figures can be found numerously in the environment. However, real objects deviate from the ideal body and require modeling skills. In addition, composite bodies are […]

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Date: 25. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Age of Cervantes

On June, 15th and 16th, the MoMaTrE partners from Frankfurt und Spain met in Alcala de Henares near Madrid  in order to fix aims and tasks for the project. In […]

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Date: 18. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Man walking to the Sky

This week, we focus on a task that can be used to realize linear functions in the environment. It was created by Kim Biedebach in Kassel. I became aware of […]

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