The golden spiral; a logarithmic spiral whose growth factor is φ, the golden ratio, so it gets wider (or further from its origin) by a factor of φ for every quarter turn it makes. This is beautifully drawn in solid sterling silver.
100% sterling silver.
Pendant measures 3.5cm x 2.25cm x 0.45cm with a 42cm sterling silver chain.
Necklace comes in a gift box with a silver-polishing cloth.
You'll be the coolest student (or maths teacher) in class with this multi-use and multi-purpose ruler. With an inbuilt set square, protractor, arc tool and circular stencils you can get the band back together and finish your geometry homework at the same time - now...
An essential desktop tool for anyone who's thoughts expand beyond a linear path. With this notebook you can plan, thumbnail, dream, note, list and develop all your ideas. The grids include: cartesian, isometric, log-log, reticle and architectural as well as ledger tables, storyboard grids and...
Can't really argue with this answer. This wonderful maths oriented exam answer mug would be perfect for any maths student or teacher. Dishwasher resistant. Suitable for use in a microwave. Fine Bone China, 8cm tall.
By Miranda Lundy Is there a secret language all around us? What's so special about the shape of the Great Pyramid? How can there be something sixy about circles? Beautifully illustrated by the author, this small introduction to one of the oldest and most widespread subjects...