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    2. Kalajdzievski, S., Padmanabhan, R., (2008). Math and art: an introduction to visual
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    3. La Haye, R. (2012) Geometry and Art with a Circle Cutter, Proceedings of Bridges 2012, pp 425-428.
    4. Reimer, D. (2014). Count Like an Egyptian. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
    5. Samson, D. (2019). Visualizing generality with regular arrays. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 2019(26), 20-25.
    6. Samson, D. (2006). Number patterns, cautionary tales and finite differences. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 2006(3), 3-8.