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As you’ve probably noticed, this special issue of Technology, Knowledge, and Learning is devoted to bicycle-related topics; and in keeping with that theme, this installment of the computational diversions column will focus on rolling wheels. Not just any sort of rolling wheels, however; instead of looking at plain ordinary circular wheels, we’ll expand our horizons to explore the wonderful world of elliptical wheels.
KeywordsRightward Movement Rightmost Point Bottom Point Standard Ellipse 25th Point
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