Curiously enough, the cubes don’t move, only the background color changes…

Here is **our tutorial** to create an amazing autokinetic animation.

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# Month: February 2020

## Autokinetic Wireframe Cubes

## Original Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

## Repunit Primes

## Visual Proof (sum of cubes)

## Topology & Ethology

Curiously enough, the cubes don’t move, only the background color changes…

Here is **our tutorial** to create an amazing autokinetic animation.

Clever visual proof by Mike Hirschhorn.

Write the digit “1” exactly 317 times, and you get a palindromic prime number. Moreover, 317 itself is a prime number!

The sum of the sequence of the first *n* cubes equals [*n*(*n*+1)/2]² as shown below:

1³+2³+3³+…+*n*³ = (1+2+3+…+*n*)² = [*n*(*n*+1)/2]²

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