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GCD Cube
Each of the numbers shown is the greatest common divisor of its coordinates. The cube shown has one corner at (1,1,1) and an opposite corner at (
,
,
).
Contributed by:
Michael Schreiber
Based on an example given by:
Stephen Wolfram
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GCD Cube
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Contributed by:
Michael Schreiber
Based on an example given by:
Stephen Wolfram
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