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The Double Subdivision-Network Method
Roulette (Hypotrochogon) of a Polygon Rolling inside a Circle
Creating a Cardioid, a Nephroid and Other Epicycloids
Which Way Did the Bicycle Go?
Cylindrical Anamorphosis of Some Popular Images
Two Dürer's Foliums
Constructing a Rectangle with the Same Area as a Pentagon
Dissection of a Square to a Parallelogram with the Same Base
Tarski's Adaptation of Wojtowicz's Argument on Optimal Dissection of a Unit Square
Op Art Motifs on Quadrilaterals
A Shapeshifting Flexible Frame
Op Art Block in Three-Point Perspective
Three Coplanar Bisectors in Unit Sphere Construction
Ammann Tiling A1
Slices of Three-Manifolds
Op Art with Two Blocks in Perspective
Op Art with Block in Perspective
Three Tilings of the Sphere with Right Triangles
Five Concyclic Points in a Triangle
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