Bridging the Math Gap
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Background on Bridge Type
Bridges are based on one or more of three basic structures that are derived from forms found in nature: beam from a log fallen across a stream, the arch from natural rock formations, and suspension from vines.1 Underneath all concrete and steel that bridges are made of today, the same basic ideas still apply.