Conical & Cylindrical Arithmetic. See and comment it on my FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ArchimedesLab/photos/a.10151492280407762.1073741828.73313742761/10152730171747762/?type=1&theater

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Do you like my wallclock for math geeks and nerds? But are you able to make a clockface using just three 8’s [eight’s] for each number and any appropriate mathematical symbols? You can purchase my “three 9’s clock” from my store: http://society6.com/product/three-nines-for-math-geeks-and-nerds_wall-clock

Do you like my wallclock for math geeks and nerds? But are you able to make a clockface using just three 8’s [eight’s] for each number and any appropriate mathematical symbols? You can purchase my “three 9’s clock” from my store: http://society6.com/product/three-nines-for-math-geeks-and-nerds_wall-clock

Topological Continuous Transformation: In Topology, a sphere with 2 holes is equivalent to an annulus (a ring-shaped object bounded by two concentric circles). More from our book “Impossible Folding Puzzles and Other Math Paradoxes": http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0486493512/archimelabpuz-20 See it and comment on my FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ArchimedesLab/photos/a.10151492280407762.1073741828.73313742761/10152453841662762/?type=1&theater

Topological Continuous Transformation In Topology, a sphere with 2 holes is equivalent to an annulus (a ring-shaped object bounded by two concentric circles).

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Finsler Theorem - Beautiful Geometry

‘Finsler Theorem’ by Gianni A.

Unstable stack of coins?

Unstable stack of coins?

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