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Demonstrations 1121  1140 of 1518
Problem 11340 of The American Mathematical Monthly
Random Chord Paradox
Schröder Number Diagrams
Approximating Pi by the Monte Carlo Method
The Pigeonhole Principle  Repunits
Direct Rule Control for 3,3 Turing Machines
Direct Rule Control for 2,3 Turing Machines
Random Subdivision of a Square
Precision Error
Fractal Right Triangle
FourColor Maps
De Bruijn Sequences Provide Compact Initial Conditions
Representing an Integer with an Elementary Automaton
Neighborhood Ranges
Riemann Sums: A Simple Illustration
Delannoy Path Exhaustion Diagonal
De Bruijn Graph Arcs
De Bruijn Initialization of 2D Automata
Binary de Bruijn 2D Hex Maps
Named Colors
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