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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 160
The Eratosthenes Machine for Finding the Cube Root of Two
Trisection by Sliding a Line
Pascal's Angle Trisection
First-Order Solution to Glass-Ice Stefan Problem
Solve the Loculus of Archimedes
Crookes Radiometer: A Comedy of Errors
Hippopede of Eudoxus
Areas of the Lens and Two Lunes of Two Intersecting Circles
Buffon's Needle Experiment for Three Types of Grids
The Iodine Clock Reaction
Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment
Spinning Bicycle Wheel on Chair
The Interior Angles of a Triangle Sum to Pi
Schrödinger's Cat on Catnip
Primitive Pythagorean Triples 4: Ordered Tree Matrices
Sliding or Rolling of a Sphere, Cylinder, and Tube down a Semicircular Well
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