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Unformatted text preview: ° 87.1644° 145.9142° 68.2537° 166.6258° 115.0501° 48.0625° 0° 77.2796° 137° 0° 103.4099° sym. 0° sym. sym. As already noted, despite the low angle differences specified, certain differences may be large. In this instance, they are actually very large (see the boxes bordered in bold in Table 5) and the form of the final object is no longer the same as the initial object. Table 5: Angle differences (in °) for Specification 2 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. 1° 0° Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. 2° 1° 0 sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. 44.6761° 2° 1° 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. -33.0956° 2.0895° 2° 1° 0° sym. sym. sym. 40.4806° -3.1083° -3.1496° 2° 1° 0° sym. sym. 3.6866° 34.8227° 35.7479° -13.6811° 2° 1° 0° sym. -42.5098° -11.2640° -11.7868° -28.4224° -7.6615° 2° 1° 0° a) b) Figure 4; Images of the object after perturbation in the case of Specification 2 a) Final object, b) Final object grey and initial object transparent 34 5. CONCLUSION P. Serré A. Rivière a...
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