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Demonstrations 1  20 of 205
Pi = 4?
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Repeating Continued Fractions
Recursive Rewriting of Expressions
Iterating Rational Functions
Pattern Formation in the Kuramoto Model
Flowsnake QFunction
SelfAvoiding Hexagonal Branching
Repeatedly Subdividing Triangles through Special Points
LimitPeriodic Tilings
3D Snowflake Fractals
SelfAvoiding Random Walks
3D Poincaré Plot of the Logistic Map
Visualizing the Collatz Conjecture and Some Variants
Iterations of Kaneko Map
Iterations of Strick Map
Binary Coding Functions for Generalized Logistic Maps with zUnimodality
Disks Centered on Vertices of Regular Polygons
Nested Helices
Repulsionhedra and the Thomson Problem
StepbyStep Julia Sets
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