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Composition with Compound Root Rectangles

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If you’ve read “The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry” by Jay Hambidge (see Day 14), then this may be familiar to you. Although, if you are not the greatest at math like myself, then you may have overlooked the lessons he demonstrates near the end of his book. It’s all about compound root rectangles, which will help explain why some analyzed canvases have been different than the basic root rectangles.

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