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Mapping Lines and Circles onto the Riemann Sphere
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Movement of an Oloid
Cosmology of Einstein-de Sitter Universe
Fraunhofer Diffraction (Double Slit)
Inelastic Collisions of Two Rough Spheres
Nonlinearized Motion of a Simple Pendulum
Metamorphosis of a Cube
The Yoshimoto Cube
Enveloping the Oloid
Packing a Circle with Circles
Trajectory of a Harmonic Oscillator in Phase Space
Transforming a Tetrahedron into a Chestahedron
Trajectories of the Logistic Map
Single-Slit Diffraction Using Feynman's Method
Intensity Distribution for Multiple Slit Diffraction
Single-Slit Diffraction Pattern
Standing Waves and Chords
Representation of Diffraction by Vector Summation
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