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Ted-Ed-Percentages in Blood A hematocrit test is part of a complete blood count. The proportion of red blood cells compared with all blood cells may help your doctor make a diagnosis or monitor your response to a treatment. But what is inside of our blood? How is our hematocrit calculated and why it's important to monitor our hematocrit?
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Fakebook- Symmetry
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Platonic solids- Sway The Platonic solids “are convex polyhedra with equivalent faces composed of congruent convex regular polygons.”  [Obviously, such a description is crystal clear -- which is why it’s better to see them than try to describe them in words, i.e. a picture is worth a thousand words!]  Meanwhile, there are only five such solids: the cube, dodecahedron, icosahedron, octahedron, and tetrahedron.  The idea that there are only five was proved by Euclid in his last proposition (chapter or book 13) of the classic, The Elements.  The Platonic solids are sometimes also called “cosmic figures”.
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