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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 627
The Four Kepler-Poinsot Solids
Compounds of Cubes and Their Nets
Kepler's Rhombic Solids
Construct Euclid's Regular Dodecahedron
The Journey of Speke and Grant
Euler's Substitutions for the Integral of a Particular Function
Opposite Coefficients Method for Solving Two Equations in Two Unknowns
Some Unistable Polyhedra
Solving a System of Two Linear Equations with Substitution
Icosahedral Rotational Symmetry Types
Octahedral Rotational Symmetry Types
Mazes on the Edges of a Polyhedron
Stanley's Congo Expedition
Constructing the Radius of a Ball
Wunderlich's Bistable Octahedron
Steffen's Flexible Polyhedron
House-Like Solids from Kindergarten Blocks
Integrating a Rational Function with a Cubic Denominator with One Real Root
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