Analytic geometry: inspired by architecture

You increasingly see modern buildings with unusual shapes: no longer neatly straight buildings, but curved and crooked. Analytic geometry is a discipline within mathematics that helps understand such shapes. By ‘calculating’ or even by designing. The presentation looks at various architectural designs from the perspective of analytical geometry. 

  • Lecturer

    Dr. Hans Sterk

  • Target group

    vwo 5, 6 (with mathematics B and possibly D)


  • Teaching format

    Interactive lesson

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