Mathmusician Victoria Hart has returned with a follow up video on hexaflexagons. Shortly after Arthur Stone discovered the hexaflexagon while studying at Princeton in 1939, he created the Princeton Hexaflexagon Committee with a group of colleagues – Bryant Tuckerman, Richard P. Feynman and John W. Tukey. Hexaflexagons can be confusing so the Princeton Hexflexagon Committee developed ways to find each of the hexaflexagons sides. Learn how to make your own hexaflexagon here.
Previously: Hexaflexagons Part I.
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