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Synergetics Coordinates


If you want to write an instruction booklet to assemble a bicycle you
start with an assembled one and write down the steps you make to
disassemble it and reverse the order for the booklet. I think my
description of Synergetics Coordinates at:
http://HOME1.GTE.NET/cnelson9/index.htm
is misleading because it starts with the triangle and goes to the
tetrahedron etc.. Really I started with the cuboctahedron and then the
tetrahedron and then the triangle. The note book is backwards, like an
assembly booklet.

  Cliff Nelson


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