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Topic: A Plethora of Polyhedra
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Kirby Urner

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Re: A Plethora of Polyhedra
Posted: Apr 26, 2009 12:19 AM
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> Hi Kirby!
>
> Thank you by your feedback.
>
> We've done another activity related with spatial
> geometry. It's a
> game:
>
> http://www.uff.br/cdme/triplets/triplets-html/triplets
> -en.html
>
> Comments are welcome!
>
> Best regards, Humberto.



On the first level, I was thinking The Alps is a
mountain range, so is there a singular corresponding
to this apparent plural? I don't want to spoil it
by giving the answer. Actually, that's no hint at
all, as they appear to reload at random.

Since my last rave review, I've upgraded from
Hardy Heron to Intrepid Ibex, a way station on my
way to Jaunty Jackalope. Of course Java applets
run great in all these versions of Ubuntu.

The tie-in to Godel Escher Bach is fantastic. I'll be
sure to use that. Thank you for something delicious.

Kirby



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