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Demonstrations 121 - 140 of 1275
Two Congruent Nets for a Subdivided Cube That Fold Up Differently
Dissecting a Cube into an Obtuse Rhombohedron, Three Congruent Rectangular Solids and Two Congruent Cubes
Dissecting a Cube into a Rhombohedron and Three Congruent Cubes
Constructing a Wooden Bilinski Dodecahedron
Dissecting a Cube into Two Rhombic Triacontahedra
Transforming a Subdivided Cube to a Rhombic Triacontahedron
Dissecting a Large Cube into a Bilinski Dodecahedron and a Small Cube
Dissecting Two Cubes into Golden Rhombohedra
Geometric Analog of Cube of Sum
Dissecting a Rhombic Triacontahedron
Folding Nets for Some Golden Rhombic Solids
Nets for the Rhombic Icosahedron
Nets for Bilinski's Dodecahedron
Dissecting and Reassembling a Cube into Three Different Solids
Rearranging Dissections of Six Rhombic Dodecahedrons of the Second Kind
Dissecting a Concave Rhombic Triacontahedron into 13 Cubes
Six Polyhedra with 240 Equilateral Triangular Faces
A Polyhedron with 420 Triangular Faces
Mazes on Nets of Rhombic Dodecahedra
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