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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 Two-Dimensional Regions
Voronoi Diagrams for European Cities
Frederickson's Second Dissection of an Octagon to Five Octagons
Proposals for Medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Frederickson's Hinged Dissection of Five Decagons to One
Lindgren's Symmetrical Decompositions of Regular 2n-Gons
All 11 Folding Nets of the Regular Octahedron
All 11 Folding Nets of the Cube
Four General Unfoldings of a Cube
Frederickson's Dissection of an Octagon to Five Octagons
Rhombus Puzzle to Create Logos for Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Proposals for the Ceremony Platform for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Multiple Reflections of a Regular Polygon in Its Sides
Olympic Logos Based on Hanegraaf's Dissection of a Dodecagon to Five Dodecagons
Another Hinged Dissection of One Pentagon to Five Pentagons
Logos Based on a Dissection of One Pentagon to Five Pentagons
Freese's Dissection of Four Equilateral Triangles into One
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