With this book and a square sheet of paper, the reader can make paper Klein bottles; then by intersecting or cutting the bottle, make Moebius strips. Conical Moebius strips, projective planes, the principle of map coloring, the classic problem of the Koenigsberg bridges and other aspects of topology ... read more
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With this book and a square sheet of paper, the reader can make paper Klein bottles; then by intersecting or cutting the bottle, make Moebius strips. Conical Moebius strips, projective planes, the principle of map coloring, the classic problem of the Koenigsberg bridges and other aspects of topology are clearly explained.
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