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6: 999441 siteswap

btiemann

The six-ball siteswap 999441. Note that there are 3, 2, and 1 throws of each different height, which have heights of 3^2, 2^2, and 1^1. The sum of the throws are then 3^3 + 2^3 + 1^1, which is the square of the third triangular number (1+2+3)^2. How about that? This works in general, by the way.

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10-11-2009

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Relative Heights of Siteswap Throws: Boppo's Whiteboard

btiemann

Here's a physics lesson that shows you how to calculate the relative heights of siteswap throws. How much higher is a 7 than a 6? or a 9 than a 5?

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05-01-2010

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