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Hypercube offsets

In my previous posts, each drawing consisted of two offset copies of the previous drawing. For example, here are the drawings for and : You can see how the drawing contains an exact copy of the drawing, plus another copy … Continue reading

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Post without words #31

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A few words about PWW #30

A few things about the images in my previous post that you may or may not have noticed: As several commenters figured out, the th diagram (starting with ) is showing every possible subset a set of items. Two subsets … Continue reading

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Post without words #30

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Some words about Post without words #2

My previous post displayed this picture: As Yuriy Kashnikov guessed, I made this picture using diagrams, a Haskell library I am developing for creating images like this. (You can see the source code for this picture here.) If you haven’t … Continue reading

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