Thursday, February 3, 2011

Theory Update 54

On the other hand, the hexagon piece of a tetractys neatly cuts the associahedron into two pieces. It does so by separating the inner loop of Loday's trefoil from the outer three sections, which form another loop.

1 comment:

  1. Hmm. $288$ is looking like a nice number, after all. It has a prime factorisation of $2^5 3^2$. It's inverse is $0.0035$.


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