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The following image pages are in need of basic descriptions that don't require too much math.

Field Author Description
Bezier Curves Algebra A Bezier Curve involves the use of two anchor points and a number of control points to control the form of a curve.
Bridge of Peace Algebra The bridge of peace in Tbilisi ,Georgia, possesses a glass and steel covering frame which possesses a unique tiling structure, conic sections in its roof. Mapping a complicated pattern onto an uneven surface.
Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem Topology Rebecca
Dandelin Sphere Theory Geometry Hollister (Hop) David This image shows a cone floating on the ocean. a ball floats in the cone with a touch of the ocean surface. A round fish is kissing the ocean surface in the cone. The cone cuts the ocean surface with a "Conic Section", which in the image is an ellipse.
Fractal Scene I Fractals Anne M. Burns "Fractal Scene I" is one of Burns' "Mathscapes" and was created using a variety of mathematical forumluas, including fractal methods to generate the clouds and plant life and vector techniques for the colors.
Fun Topology Topology Paul Nylander The topology is equivilent to a sphere with 30 holes. The boundary of each hole loops over itself twice with two Reidemeister-I twists and links with 6 others.
Hippopede of Proclus Topology Adam Coffman Consider a torus, T, as a surface of revolution, generated by a circle with radius r > 0, and with center at distance R > 0 from the axis...
Iterated Functions Algebra Anna
Kummer Quartic Algebra 3DXM Consortium A Kummer surface is any one of a one parameter family of algebraic surfaces defined by a specific polynomial equation of degree four.
Mathematics of Gothic and Baroque Architecture Geometry Blog La Sagrada Família (Holy Family) is a Gothic cathedral in Barcelona, Spain designed by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí.
Quadratic Functions in Landmarks Algebra Teacher's Network The Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. The bridge is in the shape of a parabola.
Regular Hexagon to Rectangle Geometry You can use the apothem and perimeter of a regular polygon to find its area.
Regular Octagon to Rectangle Geometry Emma F. A regular polygon can be "unrolled" to form a rectangle with twice the area of the original polygon.
Riemann Sphere Algebra Unknown
Straight Line and its construction Geometry Cornell University Libraries and the Cornell College of Engineering
TestTestTest Algebra test Testing
Tetra 1 Geometry Jos Leys How does one fill a sphere with smaller spheres of various sizes so that every possible void is filled? There are only five known configurations, all obtained by a sphere inversion transformation, the 3D equivalent of a circle inversion.
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