I found your post to be very informative! I wonder what made Euler such a thorough, but out of the box thinker? You summarized well our findings in class and incorporated a little more of the history of Euler. My one recommendation for your future posts Sarah would be that you let your creative juices flow a little more with pictures, links, and videos. The blogpost kind of reads like an essay, which is fine if that is what you are going for, but also can make it a little dry. Other than that, the post was incredibly clear and helped solidify my understanding of Polyhedra! I really thought some of the little diagrams you had were great additions!
Last week we were able to build these structures and experience Euler's formula in which he created. The manipulatives that we used in class gave us real examples in which we were able to count the vertices, edges, and faces of each polyhedron. This post put words to the experiences in which we endured within the classroom. I thought that the post was very clear and straight to the point. As the reader, we are able to follow the post from point to point in a way that is extremely informative even to a non-mathematician audience. I will say that I agree with Kevin to an extent. There could be some creativity put into the figures within the post but I also wouldn't want it to take away from the significance of the mathematical proofs that Euler created from polyhedrons. Overall, good post. Easy to follow and shows the significance that Euler had on mathematical concepts even in the modern world.
You've got a weird 2^2 in there. Is there a source/reference for the cube dissection graphic and other content? (complete) Other Cs +
Nice overview of the problem, and good historical context for how important it was. Euler amazing as always.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.