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Splitting a Cube
Eight cubes are placed at the vertices of a larger cube. Then eight copies of that cube cluster are placed at the vertices of yet another cube. This begins the construction of a fractal structure.
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Sándor Kabai
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Splitting a Cube
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/SplittingACube/
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Published: April 27, 2007
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