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Partial Cubes, Open Cubes, and Spidrons

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! Recently the videos that Paul and I made about the Yoshimoto Cube got shared around a bit on the web. That got me to thinking again about splitting cubes apart, because the Yoshimoto Cube is made up of two pieces that are each half of a cube. A friend […]

The Rhombic Dodec, Honeycombs, and Microtone

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! Some cool pictures, videos, and a new game this week. A couple of week’s ago, Anna wrote about the familiar hexagonal honeycomb that bees make, but that’s not the only sort of honeycomb. Mathematically, a honeycomb is the 3D version of a tessellation. Instead of covering the plane with some […]