Just a quick post to share yesterday’s hexahexaflexagon. While packing this morning, I found a few more completed flexagons stored in the pages of a book. So I can show you the six sides and share instructions for making your own.
And here is the flattened version that you can print, cut, fold, and glue to make your own.
Flexing through the faces in the right order takes some practice.
Mathematician. Mother. Wife. Leader.
I am a professor of mathematics at the University of Washington Tacoma. Mother of Anson and Zachary. Wife to Mark. President of the Mathematical Association of America.
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