## Stars of the Mind’s Sky with Diagrams

A few weeks ago, Paul Salomon posted a really beautiful work of mathematical art on his blog, Lost In Recursion: Stars of the Mind’s Sky, by Paul Salomon He included a precise mathematical description of the image, and I naturally … Continue reading

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## Diagrams!

Over the past few years I’ve written quite a few posts with images generated by a library I (now along with many others) wrote. Most famously, this is how I created those factorization diagrams. But I’ve used it in many … Continue reading

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## More factorization diagrams

My post on factorization diagrams from a month ago turned out to be (unexpectedly) quite popular! I got ten times as many hits as usual the day it was published, and since then quite a few other people have created … Continue reading

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## Factorization diagrams

In an idle moment a while ago I wrote a program to generate "factorization diagrams". Here’s 700: It’s easy to see (I hope), just by looking at the arrangement of dots, that there are in total. Here’s how I did … Continue reading

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## u-tube

[This is the eighth in a series of posts on the decadic numbers (previous posts: A curiosity, An invitation to a funny number system, What does "close to" mean?, The decadic metric, Infinite decadic numbers, More fun with infinite decadic … Continue reading

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