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Parametric formula for figure 8 mobius strip

I'm making 3D prints with Mathematica, and am interested in a parametric formula for a mobius strip that is in the form of a figure 8, rather than simply a circle with a twist in it. Can someone help ...
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Metric tensor of complex numbers & Hamiltonian Mechanics

The Euclidean $\mathbb{R}^2$ geometric space can be mapped onto $\mathbb{C}$. In other words I see it like this $$\vec{v} = x\vec{x}+y\vec{y} = x\vec{1}+y\vec{i}= \begin{bmatrix}x \\y\end{bmatrix} ...
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which of the following are homeomorphic?

well, I have forgotten how to identify ellipse, hyperbola,circle straightline from the general equation of conic, so is there any other way to identify these homeomorphic or not? a) B is an ellipse, ...
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Points at integer distance

How many points can one can place in $\mathbb{R}^n$, with the requirement that no $n+1$ points lie in the same $\mathbb{R}^{n-1}$-plane, and the euclidean distance between every two points is an ...
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Hausdorff distance vs. distance of the boundaries

I'm tagging this question homework because I'm more interested in hints than in complete solutions. First let us give a definition. Definition Let $X$ be a metric space. For all $F \subset X, \rho ...