Investigate the properties of a rotation

1) choose a math book written for a general audience which appeals to you from the library
2) read a chapter or a section, (note something that strikes you on the first read)
3) re-read it carefully, (note something else that strikes you on the second read)
4) write a page summary and reaction; follow the guidelines:
Be sure to write in accurate, complete sentences.
Be sure to include
an accurate bibliographic entry for the text read
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a statement of the topic addressed
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a description of the area (what category? history, philosophy, geometry, etc.)
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a statement of what appealed to you
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a statement about what is clearer to you due to this reading
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anything else you choose to express about the reading
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