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Demonstrations 261 - 280 of 420
A Polygon That Folds into a Regular Tetrahedron or into a Rectangular Box
14-Piece Dissection of Juel's Pyramid into a Parallelepiped
Dissecting a Square Pyramid into 15 Pieces
A Net That Folds into an Icosahedron or into a Double Biaugmented Triangular Prism
Reflecting a Lattice of Points
Two Ways to Fold a Net into a Biaugmented Triangular Prism
Dissection of a Cube into a Cuboctahedron and an Octahedron
Three Ways to Fold a Net into a Snub Disphenoid
The x^x Spindle
Hexagonal Prism Totalistic Cellular Automaton
Fractal Octahedra I
Sections of the 16-Cell
Truncated Octahedra Outer Totalistic Cellular Automaton
Rhombic Dodecahedra Totalistic Cellular Automaton
Projections of the 16-Cell
Hinged Dissections: From Equilateral Triangle to Square
Estimating the Surface Area and Volume of a Rectangular Prism
Variations on a Tetrix
Simple Three-Letter Cube
Moving the Vertices of the Great Rhombicuboctahedron
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