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Demonstrations 801 - 820 of 855
Dissection of a Cube into Two Kinds of Triacontahedra
Dissection of Three Bilunabirotundas and a Dodecahedron into Rhombic Solids
Proof of Proposition 28, Book XI, Euclid's Elements
Another Dissection of Two Rhombic Solids into an Icosidodecahedron and a Rhombicosidodecahedron
Dissection of the Oblate Golden Rhombohedron
Definitions of Hill's Tetrahedra
Six-Piece Dissection of Hill's Tetrahedron of Type 3 into a Triangular Prism
Four-Piece Dissection of Hill's Tetrahedron of Type 2 into a Triangular Prism
Dissection of Hill's Tetrahedron of Type 1
Two Proofs of the Equality of the Volumes of a Box and a Parallelepiped
Dissection of a Truncated Octahedron into Hexagonal Skew Prisms and Parallelepipeds
Dissection of Two Rhombic Solids into an Icosidodecahedron and a Rhomb-Icosi-Dodecahedron
Dissection of an Oblique into a Right Prism
Taking Apart a Cube
Equidecomposition of a Rhombohedron, Hexagonal Prism, and a Rhombic Dodecahedron
Tiling Space with a Schmitt-Conway Biprism
Dissection of a Rhombohedron into a Right Prism with the Same Base
Dissection of a Pentagonal Antiprism into a Metabidiminished Icosahedron
Dissection of Three Rhombic Solids into an Icosahedron, a Dodecahedron, and an Icosidodecahedron
Four-Piece Dissection of Juel's Pyramid to a Prism
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