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Decomposing a Random Newton Polygon
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The Deltoid is a Kakeya Set
Wheels of Powered Triangles
Blooms from the Campanus Sphere
The Conjugate Locus on the Triaxial Ellipsoid
Geometry of Quartic Polynomials
Algebraic Surfaces with Many Nodes
Some Named Algebraic Surfaces
Simple Graphs and Their Binomial Edge Ideals
Five Points Determine a Conic Section
Newton Polygon and Branching of Algebraic Curves
The Monodromy Group of an Algebraic Function
The Buchberger Gröbner Basis Algorithm
Magnetic n-gon Billiards
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