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Demonstrations 21  40 of 446
Freese's Dissection of a Hexagram into Three Congruent Hexagrams
Freese's Dissection of a Dodecagram into a Hexagram
Freese's Dissection of a Regular Octagon to Eight Congruent Regular Octagons
RepTiles
An Unfoldable Polyhedron
Maximal Unit Lengths in 3D
OneHalf the Apothem Times the Perimeter
Tiling Polyominoes Game
Rolling a Polygon on Another Polygon
Constructing Voronoi Diagrams with Expanding Cells
Dissection of a Regular Enneagon into Four Congruent Regular Enneagons
Overlapping Volcano Unfolding of a Prismoid
Dissecting a Regular Hexagon into Five Congruent Regular Hexagons
Varsady's Dissection of a Regular Pentagon into Six Congruent Regular Pentagons
Dissection of an Equilateral Triangle into Five Equilateral Triangles
Decomposing a Random Newton Polygon
Frederickson's Dissection of a Regular Dodecagon into Two Congruent Regular Dodecagons
Theobald's Dissection of One Regular Octagon into Two
Voronoi Diagrams in TwoDimensional Regions
Voronoi Diagrams for European Cities
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