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Christopher Hanusa
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On to my first adventure in SBG: Calc II. I am also incorporating the 3D Printing Goblet Project into the class. It's bound to be a semester full of learning for me and my students. Thank you to everyone in this community for being so open with your resources. If you read through my website and have any comments, I am happy to hear them.

Currently extremely consumed by getting ready to teach Calc II for the first time this fall. Two adventures: I am trying out Standards-Based Grading for the first time and I am incorporating 3D printing into the curriculum too!!! What an adventure!
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Another journal breaks free! The result of a lot of work by many people.
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3D Design in Mathematica: Generative Jewelry
Happy July everyone. This month I'll share a bit of Mathematica code that has helped me to add some ordered randomness to my art and jewelry. And we'll design a new piece of generative jewelry!   Before that, let me share something else I've been working ...
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3D Design in Mathematica: Custom Dice
Today we continue our series in 3D Design in Mathematica. I'll teach you how to use the RegionPlot3D command to create custom dice. Let's first start off with a story I teach in my combinatorics class. Most people are familiar with a cubical die having s...
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q-series algebra is magic.
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3D Design in Mathematica: Costa Rica Keychain
Hi everyone! Welcome back to another 3D Design in Mathematica Tutorial. Last time I showed how to create a polyhedral terrarium . Today I will use Mathematica's MeshRegion command to design a keychain shaped like a country. I had the opportunity to visi...
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3D Design in Mathematica: Polyhedral Terrarium
Today I continue my series of Mathematica Tutorials for 3D printing. Last time I showed how to create a custom-designed name ring . In this post I will discuss how to design a polyhedral terrarium. You may have noticed that geometric objects are very fas...
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3D Design in Mathematica: Creating a Name Ring
In this post I will be going through the techniques I use to create a name ring in Mathematica. Here is a ring I designed that is an ambigram of the name Sara. Click below to interact with a 3D rendering of the ring. Since I have never met a meta I didn't ...
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