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Demonstrations 61 - 76 of 76
GL(2,p) and GL(3,3) Acting on Points
The Group of Rotations of the Cube
C3v Group Operations
An Introduction to Invariant Subspaces Using a Cube
Combining Two 3D Rotations
Lengths of Permutation Cycles
Cycles in Random Sample Permutations
Rotational Symmetries of Platonic Solids
Connect the Dots
A Function Invariant under a Group of Transformations
Applying the Pólya-Burnside Enumeration Theorem
Rotating by Powers of i
Icosahedral Group Polyhedra
2D Root Systems
Cellular Automata Based on Permutation Groups
Mirror Flip Transpose
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