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Demonstrations 841  860 of 1085
Graphs of Successive Digits of Pi, e, and Phi
Totalistic K3 R 1/2 Cellular Automata
Ramsey(3,3) = 6
Schröder Number Diagrams
Ramsey(3,3,3)>16
Approximating Pi by the Monte Carlo Method
Direct Rule Control for 2,3 Turing Machines
Balanced Ternary Notation
Minimal Crossings for Complete Graphs
Pascal's Triangle and the Binomial Theorem
FourColor Maps
De Bruijn Sequences Provide Compact Initial Conditions
Zipf's Law Applied to Word and Letter Frequencies
3n+1 Flying Saucers
Delannoy Path Exhaustion Diagonal
De Bruijn Graph Arcs
Symbolon Hemisphere
Keypad Security Timer
De Bruijn Initialization of 2D Automata
Binary de Bruijn 2D Hex Maps
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