Difference between revisions of "Talk:Symmetry and Celtic Knots Exploration"

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I did a major overhaul on this page.  I think it's still usable in its original way, as a simple intro.  If you don't have time, you can always just skip the knot drawing part.
 
I did a major overhaul on this page.  I think it's still usable in its original way, as a simple intro.  If you don't have time, you can always just skip the knot drawing part.
 
[[User:Bryan|Bryan]] ([[User talk:Bryan|talk]]) 00:16, 29 August 2014 (CDT)
 
[[User:Bryan|Bryan]] ([[User talk:Bryan|talk]]) 00:16, 29 August 2014 (CDT)
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===Solutions===
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# {{group|D4}}, {{group|D7}}, {{group|D4}}, {{group|C8}}, {{group|C12}} (but very close to {{group|D12}}), {{group|D4}}
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# {{group|C2}}, {{group|C4}}, {{group|C4}}, {{group|C2}}, {{group|C1}} (no symmetry), {{group|C7}}

Latest revision as of 11:45, 3 September 2014

These knots look bad, and are of questionable copyright. There are a lot of good, high quality SVG knots freely available on wiki commons. We should replace these with better versions, if possible. Bryan 01:29, 23 June 2008 (CDT)

I did a major overhaul on this page. I think it's still usable in its original way, as a simple intro. If you don't have time, you can always just skip the knot drawing part. Bryan (talk) 00:16, 29 August 2014 (CDT)

Solutions

  1. D4, D7, D4, C8, C12 (but very close to D12), D4
  2. C2, C4, C4, C2, C1 (no symmetry), C7