Students analyze a photograph to solve mathematical questions related to the images captured in the photograph. This month, the photographs are of a pyramid in Egypt, and students are asked to compute volume, slant height, and the ratio of the base of the pyramid to its height.

Contributor Notes

Günhan Caglayan, sezen@columbusstate.edu, teaches mathematics at Columbus State University in Georgia. His research area is preservice mathematics teacher education and student learning through modeling and visualization.

(Corresponding author is Caglayan sezen@columbusstate.edu)
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