New Calculus Fabric Arrived Today!

May 26, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Posted in Art, art journal, arts & crafts, Calculus, Calculus Example, Colorful, craft, design, design your own fabric, disk method, drawings, fabric, fabric design, Fashion, Geek, Handmade, Illustrated, integrals, integration, iPad Art, Kawaii, Kristin Bell, math, Mathematics, Portland, prints, quilt, quilting, sewing, sewn, volumes of revolution, washer method | Leave a comment

More Calc2 Fabric

Orange Chevrons with Balloons

I made another Calculus fabric through spoonflower (http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1187406), because I was so excited about my first Calculus fabric. Well, the material arrived in the mail today! How exciting!!! I also got my design of balloons on orange chevrons, but I have to work on perfecting the chevrons and getting it how I like it. So fun to get fabric in the mail! :) Click the photos for a larger view. :)

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Still Learning Calculus: Volumes of Revolution! Fun Times! Haha

March 7, 2012 at 1:00 am | Posted in Academic, Calculus, Calculus Example, definite integral, disk method, Kristin Bell, math, Mathematics, shell method, volumes of revolution, washer method | Leave a comment

Yep, I’m still taking Calculus. On our last homework we were learning about measuring volume by rotating small sections around the x or y axis. Here I am demonstrating use of what they call the “Shell Method.” It seems a little easier to me than the Disk or Washer method. But then again, I guess it depends on the problem! lol

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