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Plotting Electric Fields with Line Integral Convolution
The Superposition Principle in the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Computing Pi the Chudnovsky Way
Playing with the Hénon Map Starting with a Circle or a Square
Degrees of Freedom of a Moving Rigid Body
Graphic Solution of a First-Order Differential Equation
Graphic Solution of a Second-Order Differential Equation
A Reluctant Random Walk
Vega's Tables of Common Logarithms to Seven Decimals
Angular Function Fractals
Comparing the Iterative and Recursive Flood Fill Algorithms
Fishing with Long Line or Gill Net?
Variation in the Value of Mortgage Strips
Adiabatic Plug Flow Reactor with Recycle
Tensions between a Chain of Blocks
Box-Counting Algorithm of the Hénon Map
The Floyd-Warshall Algorithm on Adjacency Matrices and Directed Graphs
Rolling Multiple Dice
Euler's Method for Solving Linear Diophantine Equations
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