Cryptography and Geometry, Beyond the Triangular Grille
Young scholars explore cryptology. They divide an equilateral triangle into three congruent parts to create a template for coding the secrete message. Students follow instructions and observe the demonstration to create their own coded message.
9th - 10th Math 3 Views 1 Download
The Peruvian Coin Flip–Cryptographic Protocols
A digital flip. Introduce your classes to cryptographic protocols using and, or, and not gates. Groups create a complete circuit to convert a binary number into another one. This type of one-way function allows pupils to verify the...
6 mins 4th - 12th Math
Caesar Ciphers: An Introduction to Cryptography
Students brainstorm and discuss the concept of cryptography, the science of secrets in today's world and then focus on a system for sending secret messages used by Julius Caesar. They make a Caesar wheel assessing encrypting and...
8th - 10th English Language Arts
New Review The Power of Algebra—Finding Primes
Banks are responsible for keeping our financial information safe. Mathematics is what allows them to do just that! Pupils learn the math behind the cryptography that banks rely on. Using polynomial identities, learners reproduce the...
10th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed