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Pascal's Triangle has been taken into higher dimensions. The Five Platonic Solids are included in this software, along with various geometric algorithms to create a generative geometry system. Equations in combinatoric and algebraic forms are given. Tools to play with the data are given. There is now a way to create user-defined algorithms. Dodecahedral and Icosahedral Pascalloids are now geometrically perfect and include no 'folding errors'. A 'data only' data output mode allows users to copy and paste the geometry data into any spreadsheet.
Polarized (+/-) geometries for all shapes are included as an option, including special tools to work with both negative and positive numbers that appear in the revolving geometry display.
A novel colorization system and graphic control system was employed, in order to visualize 3D or 4D Pascalloids.
- Horizontal Addition
- User-defined Algorithm Entry
- Data-output Mode
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