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Two pairs of Archimedean circles derived from a square. (English)
Forum Geom. 16, 23-24 (2016).
Classification: G45 G85
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A note on Haga’s theorems in paper folding. (English)
Forum Geom. 14, 241-242 (2014).
Classification: A25 A85 G45 G65 Reviewer: Alexandru Negrescu (Bucharest)
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More on twin circles of the skewed arbelos. (English)
Forum Geom. 11, 139-144 (2011).
Classification: G40 Reviewer: Mowaffaq Hajja (Irbid)
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Characterizations of an infinite set of Archimedean circles. (English)
Forum Geom. 7, 121-123 (2007).
Classification: G45
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The arbelos in n-aliquot parts. (English)
Forum Geom. 5, 37-45 (2005).
Classification: G40 Reviewer: Mowaffaq Hajja (Irbid)
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The twin circles of Archimedes in a skewed arbelos. (English)
Forum Geom. 4, 229-251 (2004).
Classification: G70
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The Archimedean circles of Schoch and Woo. (English)
Forum Geom. 4, 27-34 (2004).
Classification: G70
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Japanese mathematics. (English)
Symmetry Cult. Sci. 12, No. 1-2, 79-86 (2001).
Classification: A30
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Sangaku problems involving a rectangle divided into three triangles with tangent circles. (English)
Math. Inf. Q. 7, No. 2, 89-92 (1997).
Classification: G70
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Parallelograms on the sides of a triangle and related tesselations. (English)
Theta 8, No. 2, 13-16 (1994).
Classification: G94
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Four circles in a parallelogramm. Vier Kreise im Parallelogramm. (English)
J. Recreat. Math. (1987) v. 19(3) p. 224-226. CODEN: JRMAB0 [ISSN 0022-412X]
Classification: G40
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