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Reading the Past: Mathematics and Measurement. : British Museum Press, 1987. Morrison, Philip, and Phylis Morrison. Powers of Ten. , 1982. Strauss, Stephen. The Sizesaurus: from Hectares to Decibels, a Witty Compendium of Measurements. , 1995. Division by Zero The number 0 has unique properties, including when a number is multiplied or divided by 0. Multiplying a number by 0 equals 0. For example, 256 ϫ 0 ϭ 0. Dividing a number by 0, however, is undefined. Why is dividing a number by 0 undefined?
He began to explore the various ways of filling two-dimensional space with symmetrically repeated arrangements of images known as tessellations. In the process, he discovered the same principles that had been developed previously, unknown to Escher, within the branch of mathematics known as group theory. When mathematicians and scientists became aware of his work, they helped popularize his art, and he soon gained an international reputation. Subsequent interactions with mathematicians introduced Escher to other mathematical concepts that he explored in his art.
M. C. Escher, 29 Master Prints. New York: Harry N. , Publishers, 1983. Rucker, Rudolf v. B. Geometry, Relativity and the Fourth Dimension. , 1977. Distance, Measurement of In the twenty-first century, societies need to make a wide range of measurements, from economic indicators and population trends to the times of sporting events and various standardized tests. Despite all of the varied measurement that is performed, modern societies still focus attention on the same two subjects, time and distance.