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If you had to draw it, then you would have to start off from a circle. I repeated the pattern and then would erase thin areas of it as if they did not look like circles. I did line designs before and I had to do that sometimes.

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TopNewestHow many ways are there to get from point A to B without overlapping lines?

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if we know the radius, what wold be the area of the picture?

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How many circles are there in the figure? ???

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Que- guess why the line is given

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Sorry, I don't have any idea, but why you call it circles? All I can see just one circle with two overlapping curves.

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If you had to draw it, then you would have to start off from a circle. I repeated the pattern and then would erase thin areas of it as if they did not look like circles. I did line designs before and I had to do that sometimes.

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Is that a spherical Cycloid traversing the main circle?

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guess how many line of symmetries..

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the intersection of the ellipse,parabola,circle something like that analytic geometry perhaps

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Write a comment or ask a question... Symmetry --line as well as rotational --

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it must be based on permutation and combination

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the equation for this picture #lol

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Probably the number of intersections a line passing through the core center of the intersecting circles cuts.

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How many cercle there is in this pic ? :p

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how many circles in the picture?

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What is golden ratio?

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How many intersecting points are there?

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This is actually a cycloid so... what is the equation of this graph?

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Well, I see a few possible roulettes, but is this entire thing a cycloid?

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At how many nodes can you put your pen down, trace the entire figure without overlapping, and return to the same node?

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which number is big 1 or 0

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