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"Olive Branch," by Hamid Naderi Yeganeh727 viewsThis image shows 4,000 circles. For k=1,2,3,...,4000 the center of the k-th circle is (X(k), Y(k)) and the radius of the k-th circle is R(k), where

X(k)=(2k/4000)+(1/28)sin(42πk/4000)+(1/9)((sin(21πk/4000))^8)+(1/4)((sin(21πk/4000))^6)sin((2π/5)(k/4000)^12),

Y(k)=(1/4)(k/4000)^2+(1/4)(((sin(21πk/4000))^5)+(1/28)sin(42πk/4000))(cos((π/2)(k/4000)^12)),

R(k)=(1/170)+(1/67)((sin(42πk/4000))^2)(1-((cos(21πk/4000))^4)).
--- Hamid Naderi Yeganeh
Ring.jpg
"Ring," by Hamid Naderi Yeganeh570 viewsThis 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,

B(k)=sin(28πk/5600)+(1/4)(cos((14πk/5600)-(7π/4)))^18,

C(k)=(1/70)+(1/6)+(1/6)sin(28πk/5600),

D(k)=(399/400)-(1/6)(sin(28πk/5600))^8.
--- Hamid Naderi Yeganeh
 
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