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On Tricurves
Tim Lexen, a mechanical engineer in Cumberland, Wisconsin, wrote a post about tricurves for the Aperiodical. As their name implies, tricurves are sortof triangle cousins which have three sides, but instead of having three straight edges, each of their sides are … Continue reading
Posted in Mathematics and the Arts, Recreational Mathematics
Tagged GeoGebra, tiling, Tim Lexin, triangle, tricurve
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