Recreational mathemusician, Victoria Hart aka Vihart, explains hexaflexagons which were first discovered by British student Arthur H. Stone while studying at Princeton University in 1939. Victoria creates a trihexaflexagon [hexaflexagon with three faces] and hexahexaflexagon[hexaflexagon with six faces] in part one, part two in Victoria’s ‘Hexaflexagon’ series is set to release next week.
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