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Models for Edge States in the Electronic Spectra of Dimer Chains
Making the Three Areas Defined by Congruent Overlapping Circles Equal
Ehrenfest's Double-Urn Game
Understanding Braids and Knots
Relations between the Platonic and Archimedean Solids
Ring of Pendulums
Catastrophe Set of the Plane Projection of a Movable Surface
Bifurcation of Boundary Wavefronts for Some Graphs
Fugacities in a Can of Soda
Textured Conformal Mappings
Spherical Models of Polyhedra
Morphing from Plot to Log Plot
Collaboration Graph for Paul Erdos Coauthors
Nets of Some Icosahedron Stellations
Biregular Star Graphs
Isolated Singular Points of a First-Order Differential Equation
Discrete Fourier Transform of Windowing Functions
Make Your Own Ruled Surface
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