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Wednesday, March 02, 2005


okay let me try this one again. being that i've taken this course last sem, i understand things more clearly. i personally couldn't really learn just be hearing information, instead, i learn more with doing things as well as seeing them. so actually having diagrams and working with them in class and in assignments, i've learned more and actually understand it. i guess because i've taken this course everything is easier but if you actually do your homework and pay attention to mr.K when he talks, it really helps in the long run. in class we are learning about symmetry/reflections. and it occured to me that it's everywhere. even in places that you'd least expect. anyways i was crusing along the internet and found some really cool pictures of symmetry; hense the title of this post =) these pictures are of a tiger. i found the first picture really cool because tigers really have a symmetrical face. i never knew that and it's quite interesting to see. using the magical wonders of paint i took the same picture of the tiger and cut in the center, copied the image, and aligned it so it would be symmetrical. which would be picture #2. the two images, as you can clearly see, are almost identical. ha =) pretty cool.


At 3/02/2005 7:55 p.m., Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Cool post!! Which one do you think looks more "attractive?" ;-)

At 3/03/2005 9:20 p.m., Blogger xun said...

I think the first is more attractive.

At 3/03/2005 10:27 p.m., Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

A lady with an eye for asymmetry. ;-)


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