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plane and assume its radius is 2. Then place a sphere of radius 1 tangent to the disk at its center. Call this point of tangency the South Pole S. See Figure 16.5.

plane and assume its radius is Then place a sphere of radius 1 tangent to the disk at its center. Call this point of tangency the South Pole S.

plane and assume its radius is 2. Then place a sphere of radius 1 tangent to the disk at its center. Call this point of tangency the South Pole S. See Figure 16.5.

plane and assume its radius is Then place a sphere of radius 1 tangent to the disk at its center. Call this point of tangency the South Pole S.

Byrne's Euclid - III.prop21

Byrne's Euclid - III.prop21

Fractal Experience by Erik Söderberg, via Behance

used the phi ratio as a golden mean when creating these graphic visuals exploring fractals, patterns and geometry in relation with chaos, flow and contrast.

Stillness in the Storm : Geometry of Music: Basics of the Music System

Stillness in the Storm : Geometry of Music: Basics of the Music System

MATHS Geometry Solids - FREE worksheet

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Math proof without words via mathoverflow.net:This is elementary as well, but one of my favorite ones :)  1^2+2^2+⋯+n^2=1/3n(n+1)(n+12) (Author: Man-Keung Siu)

Can you give examples of proofs without words? In particular, can you give examples of proofs without words for non-trivial results?

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