- What data is necessary to collect in order to understand the role of geometry in figure skating, hockey, and speed skating?
- What spatial perspectives and/or mathematical planes are important for precision?
The cover of The Geometry of Figure Skating, to the right above, features a skater in action.
- What angles can be measured on the diagram, in order to understand the accuracy of technique?
- Is any essential information missing from the picture? What is necessary in order to measure that information?
Geometry diagrams featuring ice skating are available in the following books from Schottenbauer Publishing: