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Geometry of water sources and landforms

Develope an understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples deep connection with water. Explore mathematics role in survival and culture, and how Songlines, Dreaming stories, and artistry are all contained in diverse water environments.

Subject:

Mathematics

Year level:

Level 10

Aerial view of the Great Australian Bight on the Nullabor Plain.

Great Australian Bight, Nullabor, South Australia. Photographer: Robbie Goodall. Source: Getty Images. Used under licence.

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