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Mathematical Concepts Illustrated by Hamid Naderi Yeganeh

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"Ring," by Hamid Naderi YeganehThis image shows 5,600 ellipses. For each k=1,2,3,...,5600 the foci of the k-th ellipse are:
A(k)+iB(k)+C(k)e^(44πik/5600)
and
A(k)+iB(k)-C(k)e^(44πik/5600)
and the eccentricity of the k-th ellipse is D(k), where
A(k)=(cos(28πk/5600))^3,