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knots around the world (168)

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How to get a torus knot

If we want to get a torus knot of type (3,k), we can take three line segments drawn on a c...

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Three untied circumpherences are an example of torus knot of type (3,0). If we want to get...

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A torus knot of type (3,3). If we want to get this knot, we can take three line segments d...

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A torus knot

A knot that can be drawn on the surface of a torus. These knots are identified by two inte...

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A torus knot

A knot that can be drawn on the surface of a torus. These knots are identified by two inte...

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Torus knots

A torus knot of type (2,5) meets every meridian of the torus in two points. The image has ...

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the torus knot of type (2,4) is the so-called Solomon knot: two double-crossed circumphere...

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the torus knot of type (2,2) is the so-called Hopf link. You can see what happens when we ...

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(2,k)-torus knots

the torus knot of type (2,1) is a fake or trivial knot. You can see what happens when we i...

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the torus knot of type (2,0) consists of two untied circumpherences. You can see what happ...

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