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In the spirit of unplugging, here are some products that help nudge us away from our glowing rectangles—if just for a little bit.
By reimagining the possible rectangles as collections of points within a special version of four-dimensional space, the pair found that all such loops contain sets of points that define rectangles of any desired proportion.
Starting at the long end closest to you, roll the rectangle tightly into a cylinder.
Hugelmeyer’s idea was to do something similar for the Möbius strip, but to embed it in four-dimensional space instead, where he could use features of four-dimensional geometry to prove the results he wanted about rectangles.
Their hope was to prove that every possible rotation of the Möbius strip yielded an intersection point — which is equivalent to proving you can find rectangles with all possible aspect ratios.
Hugelmeyer created these addresses in a way that would turn out to be particularly useful for the overall goal of finding rectangles on a curve.
This rampart of dwellings was in the shape of a rectangle, and enclosed a large square or plaza containing a noble reservoir.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The ground plan is a simple rectangle, as shown in Figure 36, without partitions.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
In the darkened room, the device threw a rectangle of light on the wall.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
If two of the parallel sides of a rectangle are longer than the other two sides, as in Figure 66, it is called an oblong.

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