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The Polar and Bipolar of a Convex Polytope
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Horosphere Packings of the (3, 3, 6) Coxeter Honeycomb in Three-Dimensional Hyperbolic Space
Stereographic Projection of a Cube
Stereogram of 4D Pentachoron Rotations
Billiard in a 4D Hypercube
Area and Volume of n-Dimensional Spheres
Stereographic Projection of a 4D Clifford Torus
Rotating a Hypercube in 4D
The Vieta Mapping for the Coxeter Group A_2
The Riemann Zeta Function in Four Dimensions
Rotating Squares, Cubes, and Higher-Dimensional Hypercubes
A Visit to Sphereland
A Visit to Flatland
A Sphere Visits Flatland
Projection of Polytopes into Three Dimensions
Projecting Points on Spheres to Lower Dimensions
The Broken Stick in n Dimensions
Dirac Matrices in Higher Dimensions
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