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Demonstrations 1 - 16 of 16
Circular Slide Rule
Rolling One Parabola on Another
Extra Accuracy Using Diagonal Lines
Pascal's Angle Trisection
Square-Hole Drill in Three Dimensions
Stable and Unstable Faces of Antiprisms
Heppes's Two-Tip Tetrahedron
Non-logarithmic Slide Rule
Generalized Trisection Construction
Bezdek's Unistable Polyhedron With 18 Faces
Reshetov's Unistable Polyhedra with 14, 15, 16, and 17 Faces
Bicycle Wheels Using Curves of Constant Width
Newton's Polynomial Solver
Curves and Surfaces of Constant Width
Some Unistable Polyhedra
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