Museum sums up the history of math

03/3/2013 | CBS News

Math makes up every square inch of the Museum of Mathematics, which opened in December in New York City. From the square-wheeled tricycle, to a display on the mathematics of music to the bathrooms that feature pentagonal sinks, the museum aims to showcase how math is everywhere in daily life. "[M]ath is this extremely, very beautiful landscape. And we're showing people just one road cut right through the center of it," said the museum's Glen Whitney.

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