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Palindrome Pendant 3d printed Pictured is an older model with a smaller top loop

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Pictured is an older model with a smaller top loop
Palindrome Pendant 3d printed Pictured is an older model with a smaller top loop
Palindrome Pendant 3d printed Pictured is an older model with a smaller top loop

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Palindrome Pendant 3d printed
Palindrome Pendant 3d printed

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Palindrome Pendant

$27.75
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3D printed in sterling silver mechanically polished to reveal classic beauty and slight texture.
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Product Description
This pendant represents the number 17 in base 1 1/2 using the "Exploding Dots" method developed by James Tanton as part of the Global Math Project, and is the perfect accessory for Global Math Week!

What makes 17 interesting is that it becomes a mathematical palindrome in base 1 1/2: it's the same forwards and backwards.

Note that this is a pendant only, and does not include a chain. 

This model has a bigger ring for a chain, and should work with the cable chains available from Shapeways or other chains with a <3mm clasp. The version pictured in the hand is an older version with a smaller loop.
 
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Dimensions:
0.98 x 4.2 x 0.44 cm
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0.39 x 1.66 x 0.17 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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