Doctor Equation's Discoveries

Models and 3D designs from the mathematical treatise: A Geometric Pattern of Perception: Visualization, Surface Layouts, and Geometry by Parker Emmerson The difference in circumferences of two circles equals an arc length of the initial circle, and this can be applied to the Pythagorean theorem to form a cone. These 3D objects are graphs of the different parameters of that cone.


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