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    Most interesting. There is a book which has these sorts of things - it's called The Mathematical Mechanic. Quite interesting as well. It's not at the same level as your link, I grant you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ackbeet View Post
    Most interesting. There is a book which has these sorts of things - it's called The Mathematical Mechanic. Quite interesting as well. It's not at the same level as your link, I grant you.
    "It's not at the same level as your link, I grant you." Everything has a purpose and I've been recently finding out things that are most amazing (my next article on magic squares will have another example of this).
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