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 Nov 18 revised Function of an object that has a shape of circle, square and triangle on 3d projection added references Nov 13 accepted Geometric transformations between dimensions Nov 13 accepted Geometrical progression from 1 to $\sqrt5$ to 3 by arithmetics Oct 21 revised Rhetoric algebra for three common irrational ratios: $\frac{1}{\sqrt2}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt3}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt5}$ edited tags Oct 21 comment Rhetoric algebra for three common irrational ratios: $\frac{1}{\sqrt2}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt3}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt5}$ Sure, if I just had found something general tags... Maybe people can help here. Oct 21 asked Rhetoric algebra for three common irrational ratios: $\frac{1}{\sqrt2}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt3}$, $\frac{1}{\sqrt5}$ Oct 20 asked Geometrical progression from 1 to $\sqrt5$ to 3 by arithmetics Oct 7 comment Geometric transformations between dimensions Yes, this is part of the question. Do you have any additional information or source for this kind of "tricks" that has more information about the related geometry? As stated on question I'm looking for transformation procedures from areas to lines and back for example. But generally transformation between any 1D, 2D, 3D objects would be interesting. Oct 6 asked Geometric transformations between dimensions Sep 10 accepted Visualizing and understanding $\sqrt{2\sqrt2-1}$ Sep 9 comment Visualizing and understanding $\sqrt{2\sqrt2-1}$ Is it possible to attach ABCDEF points to the picture to make it easier to comprehend? Sep 9 asked Visualizing and understanding $\sqrt{2\sqrt2-1}$ Sep 9 comment Geometrical representation of square of pi? Well, it could be this simple, why not... Sep 8 revised Geometrical representation of square of pi? Added more visualization and Akiva's pi squared formulas Sep 7 revised Geometrical representation of square of pi? added 12 characters in body Sep 7 revised Geometrical representation of square of pi? Added background information Sep 7 comment Geometrical representation of square of pi? Although so obvious it is now, I didn't think this as a squaring a circle problem in first place. But it seems to be so. I will add a detail of "continuos geometrical construction" to the original post to give some background information perhaps needed for better answer position. Sep 7 comment Geometrical representation of square of pi? Good point. I was thinking compass and straightedge. But neoclassical way is find as well. And answer to why pi can be shown but pi square cannot by classical means would be great. Sep 7 awarded Yearling Sep 7 asked Geometrical representation of square of pi?