You’ve all seen matrix diagrams – and these make it possible for you to explain related and dependent concepts. However we decided to look at the matrix diagram from another perspective, and found something similar in a fortune teller origami that you can see in the picture below!
Look closer, and you will see that this origami creation also has four similarly sized, and equally important segments – just like a common matrix! So, does that give you an idea to use the fortune teller origami as a matrix? Yes, it does – but how do you implement this within a PowerPoint slide? Well, we already did the hard work for you – all you need to do is download the sample slides and copy them to your presentation!
This is what you get:
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