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Möbius strip

[′mər·bē·əs ‚strip]
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I carefully chose several slides that showed reflections, the Mobius strip idea of continuity, geometric patterns, and the metamorphosis etchings with their ever-changing negative shapes.
For the second activity, the students participated in a Mobius strip lesson.
A Mobius strip has a peculiar geometry, but anyone can make one with a strip of paper.
Making a Mobius strip out of paper is one thing, but now a team of Japanese researchers has found a way to coerce a single crystal into the same shape.
Sometimes, however, a growing ribbon twisted 180[degrees], making the ring a Mobius strip.
The Mobius strip is one of the more familiar yet intriguing objects in mathematics.
The Mobius strip (or band) is one example of a wide variety of geometrical forms that play important roles in the mathematical field of topology.
Like a Mobius strip, a hemispherical bowl has a single edge.
What happens if a Mobius strip is sewn to the edge of a disk?