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Clinton Inman invites us to enter a Hopperistic landscape of color and anguish.
Rebecca Elliott connects numbers, time, and the women of Pythagoras.
Brian Robinson explores the mathematics of the catch.
Neil Simmers offers a lesson on apples and authors.
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