Labyrinths inspire questions about measuring path lengths and representing patterns.

Contributor Notes

Diana Cheng, dcheng@towson.edu, is an assistant professor of mathematics at Towson University, teaching future mathematics teachers at all grade levels and future science secondary teachers.

David Thompson, dsthompson01@bcps.k12.md.us, is a high school math teacher at Digital Harbor High School, a Baltimore City public school. He enjoys teaching real-world applications of mathematics. Cheng and Thompson conducted a workshop for schoolchildren on the mathematics of labyrinths at the 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings and the 2015 BRIDGES mathematics and art conference.

(Corresponding author is Cheng dcheng@towson.edu)
(Corresponding author is Thompson dsthompson01@bcps.k12.md.us)
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