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Chemical Reactions Represented via a 3D Simplex
Chemical Reactions Represented on a 2D Simplex
The Klein Configuration
The Golden Ratio in Arrangements of Octahedron, Cube, Tetrahedron, and Sphere
Folding a Strip to Converge to an Equilateral Triangle
Descartes's Geometric Solution of a Quadratic Equation
Arbitrary Curves of Constant Width
Projections of Cubes and Half-Cubes
Rings around the Vertices of a Polyhedron
Designs from Mechanical Linkages
Toroidal Helical Coils
Vertex and Edge Truncations of the Platonic Solids
Movement of an Oloid
Coupler Curves of a Four-Bar Linkage
Five-Bar Linkage Model of the Bicycle-Rider System
Metatron's Cube and the Platonic Solids
Stability of Polygons Inscribed in an Ellipse
Repulsionhedra and the Thomson Problem
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