Images for Mathematics

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From a decagon to a bitorus

How to get a bitorus from a decagon: this is the first step. Here you can see the second s...

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Cutting a torus

By identifying opposite sides of a rectangle, we get a torus. See also the interactive ani...

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From a rectangle to a torus

By identifying the opposite sides of a rectangle you get a torus. See also the interactive...

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Building a Moebius strip

We can get a Moebius strip by taking a rectangle and pasting together two opposite sides a...

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From the square to the Moe...

This animation shows that, by pasting together two opposite sides of a square, we can get ...

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A map of Milan

This map of Milan of the sixteenth century is a rough decagon. We can imagine to identify ...

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A map of Milan

This map of Milan of the sixteenth century is a rough decagon. We can imagine to identify ...

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From a decagon to a bitorus

How to get a bitorus from a decagon: this is the second step. Here you can see the third s...

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From a decagon to a bitorus

How to get a bitorus from a decagon: this is the third step. Here you can see the fourth s...

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From a decagon to a bitorus

How to get a bitorus from a decagon: this is the fourth step. Here you can see the fifth s...

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