What Do You Know About Mathematics And Fiber Arts?

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What Do You Know About Mathematics And Fiber Arts? - Quiz

This is what happens when mathematics cross with arts. Mathematics and fiber arts is a concept intriguing enough to attract many contributors and users throughout the world. For one part, this is when we use physical explorations to understand complex mathematical shapes. For another part, it circles round using mathematics as an inspiration for any form of fiber arts.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which of the following mathematical concepts has been used as an inspiration? 

    • A.

      Algebra

    • B.

      Simultaneous equation

    • C.

      Quadratic equation

    • D.

      Matrices

    Correct Answer
    A. Algebra
    Explanation
    Algebra is the correct answer because it is a mathematical concept that has been used as an inspiration in various fields, including physics, computer science, and engineering. Algebra involves the study of mathematical symbols and the rules for manipulating these symbols to solve equations and analyze mathematical relationships. It provides a framework for solving complex problems and representing real-world situations mathematically. Many other mathematical concepts, such as simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, and matrices, are built upon the foundation of algebra.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following techniques is naturally geometrical? 

    • A.

      Counted cross stitch

    • B.

      Counted-thread embroidery

    • C.

      Scandinavian folk pattern

    • D.

      Ty crochet

    Correct Answer
    B. Counted-thread embroidery
    Explanation
    Counted-thread embroidery is naturally geometrical because it involves stitching on a specific count of fabric threads, resulting in precise and symmetrical designs. This technique often uses stitches such as cross stitch, satin stitch, and backstitch to create geometric patterns and shapes. The counting of threads ensures that the stitches are evenly spaced and aligned, resulting in a clean and geometrically accurate finished piece. In contrast, techniques like counted cross stitch, Scandinavian folk pattern, and Ty crochet may incorporate geometric elements but do not rely on the precise counting of fabric threads for their execution.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following is an example of knitted mathematical objects? 

    • A.

      Platonic solids

    • B.

      Regular solids

    • C.

      Irregular solids

    • D.

      All solids

    Correct Answer
    A. Platonic solids
    Explanation
    Platonic solids are an example of knitted mathematical objects because they are a specific set of geometric shapes that have regular faces and vertices, and are made up of identical polygons. They are named after the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, who believed that these shapes represented the fundamental building blocks of the universe. Knitted mathematical objects refer to physical representations of mathematical concepts created using knitting techniques, and Platonic solids can be created using knitting patterns to showcase their mathematical properties.

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  • 4. 

    Who was the mathematician that articulated the mathematics of worsted spinning?

    • A.

      Rose Helen

    • B.

      Sandra Holmes

    • C.

      Patt Robinson

    • D.

      Margaret Greig

    Correct Answer
    D. Margaret Greig
    Explanation
    Margaret Greig is the correct answer because she was the mathematician who articulated the mathematics of worsted spinning. The other options, Rose Helen, Sandra Holmes, and Patt Robinson, are not associated with this specific field of mathematics.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following mathematical ideas is used in quilting?

    • A.

      Fibroniccis theorem

    • B.

      Inverse equation

    • C.

      Conic sections

    • D.

      Rectangular prisms

    Correct Answer
    C. Conic sections
    Explanation
    Conic sections are used in quilting. Conic sections are the curves formed when a cone intersects a plane. These curves include circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. In quilting, conic sections are often used to create curved shapes and patterns in the fabric. Quilters may use templates or rulers with different curves to cut fabric pieces or to create quilting designs. The use of conic sections allows for the creation of intricate and visually appealing designs in quilts.

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  • 6. 

    What do we use to craft the Lorenz manifold and the hyperbolic plane? 

    • A.

      Crystalline substance

    • B.

      Crochet

    • C.

      Non-crystalline substance

    • D.

      Anologalous

    Correct Answer
    B. Crochet
    Explanation
    Crochet is used to craft the Lorenz manifold and the hyperbolic plane.

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  • 7. 

    How did Ada Dietz define weaving patterns?

    • A.

      Expansion of similar polynomials

    • B.

      Expansion of multivariate polynomials

    • C.

      Constriction of multivariate polynomials

    • D.

      Use of multiple polynomials

    Correct Answer
    B. Expansion of multivariate polynomials
    Explanation
    Ada Dietz defined weaving patterns as the expansion of multivariate polynomials. This suggests that she used mathematical equations involving multiple variables to describe and analyze the various patterns that can be created through weaving. By using multivariate polynomials, Ada Dietz was able to capture the complexity and intricacy of weaving patterns, allowing for a more comprehensive understanding of this art form.

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  • 8. 

    Which part of the weaves does the embroidery technique use?

    • A.

      Design pixels

    • B.

      Natural pixels

    • C.

      Artificial pixels

    • D.

      Color effects

    Correct Answer
    B. Natural pixels
  • 9. 

    Who was the mathematician that collaborated with Dai Fujiwara?

    • A.

      William Trump

    • B.

      William Thurston

    • C.

      William Johnson

    • D.

      William Thomas

    Correct Answer
    B. William Thurston
    Explanation
    William Thurston was the mathematician who collaborated with Dai Fujiwara.

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  • 10. 

    What did Miller use to design tapestries depicting both trees and abstract patterns of triangles?

    • A.

      Rule 87 cellular automaton

    • B.

      Rule 88 cellular automaton

    • C.

      Rule 89 cellular automaton

    • D.

      Rule 90 cellular automaton

    Correct Answer
    D. Rule 90 cellular automaton
    Explanation
    Miller used Rule 90 cellular automaton to design tapestries depicting both trees and abstract patterns of triangles.

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