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I am Bradley K. O’Connor, mathematician PhD student, Dakota State University.  My passion is the euclidean geometry.
On my back a geometric interpretation of Euler’s formula, a mathematical marvel due to the great Leonhard ;)

I am Bradley K. O’Connor, mathematician PhD student, Dakota State University.  My passion is the euclidean geometry.

On my back a geometric interpretation of Euler’s formula, a mathematical marvel due to the great Leonhard ;)

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