|aOrigamics :|bmathematical explorations through paper folding /|cKazuo Haga ; edited and translated by Josefina C. Fonacier, Masami Isoda.
|aHackensack, NJ :|bWorld Scientific,|cc2008.
|axvii, 134 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|a"It is easy to see that origami has links with geometry. Creases and edges represent lines, intersecting creases and edges make angles, the intersections themselves represent points. Because of its manipulative and experiential nature, origami could become an effective context for the learning and teaching of geometry. In this book, origami is used to reinforce the study of geometry. ... The activities in this book differ from ordinary origami in that no figures of objects result. Rather, they lead the reader to study the effects of the folding and seek patterns."--P. v.