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Projection of Polytopes into Three Dimensions
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Primitive Relation for Elliptic Geometry
Rauzy Fractals of Order Four
Acute Sets in Euclidean Spaces
Rotating a Hypercube in Four Dimensions with Eight Spaced Cubes
Dissection of a Spherical Square into Two Spherical Regular Pentagons
Dissection of Three Regular Spherical Pentagons into Five Equilateral Spherical Triangles
Slices of Three-Manifolds
Dissection of an Equilateral Spherical Triangle into Two Congruent Equilateral Spherical Triangles
Dissection of Two Spherical Triangles to Three Spherical Squares
The Klein Configuration
Constructing an Open Flexible Projection of an Op Art Tesseract
Op Art with an Open, Flexible Four-Cube
Induced Holonomy Groups for Thomas Precession on a Sphere
Spherical Pythagorean Theorem
Geometric Properties of an n-Cube
The Hairy Ball Theorem
The Riemann Zeta Function in Four Dimensions
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