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PowerMod Is Eventually Periodic
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Iterating the Collatz Map on Real and Complex Numbers
A Path through the Lattice Points in a Quadrant
The Cantor Sequence with Bits
Flow of Pi, E, Gamma, and Phi
A Continuous Analog of the 1D Thue-Morse Sequence
Infinite Magic Elliptic Curves
Separable and Nonseparable 2D Sequences
Equivalence of Linear and Circular Convolutions
Other Formulations of the Collatz Problem
Mrs. Perkins's Quilts
Rock, Paper, Scissors with AI Player
Correlating the Mertens Function with the Farey Sequence
Conway's Look and Say Sequence
A Family of Generalized Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers
Paths through a Grid
Random Domino Tilings
Experimenting with Sums of Primitive Roots of Unity
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