Watch the video (click the website link below) of how mathematics can help a juggler improve his/her routines and do better tricks. Juggling involves patterns and mathematics can help jugglers identifying new patterns for improving their show routines. Fun...huh! What do you think?

clipped from www.sciencedaily.com Simulation Software Derives New Tricks from Math Even old jugglers can learn new tricks from mathematics. Several computer "It's a nice combination of abstract form and pattern and physical activity, but Now, computer programs apply mathematics to help jugglers form new patterns. The program assigns a number to each throw. A one is when the juggler passes the Mathematical models of juggling give performers a better understanding of the Any mathematical model for juggling must incorporate both ball motion and hand |

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It was interesting to find an enjoyable hobby that deals with math. Both juggling and math takes practice and hard work, I think it was very intelligent that they decided to number each throw to create a pattern. I find math to be an intense subject so I think it’s good that people are finding way to incorporate it into something fun.-Whitnee Dariah

It is said that the very first studies regarding magnitudes, ergo mathematics, were aimed towards time signatures in music. It would be no surprise to find out that the consistent cordination required for a juggler to perform accordingly is, somehow, a crypted mathematical pattern. It is intensely understimated, math is, nevertheless it seems like its science revolves around us.

Lucas Irazoqui

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