With a saw, one can make many cuts, to make wheels. By cutting a pallet up, a cacti cart can be made. The children like adding their soft toys. Now to paint the wagon.
Hi @Jamespeter100 - Indeed you can construct circles from straight edges - that’s how, originally, the formula for the area of a circle was calculated, well many very small cuts and a bit of Pythagous’ theorem.
Anyway, that’s a gorgeous horse and wagon you’ve got there, I bet the children love it cheers Mathy
Thx for writing, not often a new comment. I would have put the cat in the cart, but it was too busy reading up on Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, by Boyce and DiPrima. Now the cat wants to look into applications of Laplace transforms around the garden. Never know how many poles and zeroes it might find. Hehe.
@Jamespeter100 - you and I are kindred spirits, I have an Applied Maths degree, specialising in numerical computation and statistics. We probably share some similar interests in favourite Maths books too. My favourite is Abramowitz and Stegun, Handbook of Mathematical Functions 😂
Look out, everyone else just left the room!