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A Sequence of Spheres
This Demonstration shows a sequence of 3D spheres of diminishing radii. The zoom tool lets you see the spheres at various scales.
Contributed by:
Renee Nagy
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Renee Nagy
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A Sequence of Spheres
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Published: November 29, 2012
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