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As the great mathematician Huey Lewis once noted, "It's hip to be square"... and triangular, and hexagonal, and circular.

• 8.5" x 11", PNG & PDF Index. Paper sold "as is".

Use paper for math graphing, statistics, design, patterns, and texturing.

Contents:

1. Math - 1 cm grid

2. Math - 2 mm grid

3. Math - perspective (portrait)

4. Math - perspective (landscape)

5. Math - 1/4" inch squares

6. Math - 1/8" inch squares

7. Math - dots

8. Math - big hexagon

9. Math - small hexagon

10. Math - multiple square

11. Math - axonometric

12. Math - bisected trapezoid

13. Math - brick

14. Math - Celtic

15. Math - Chinese hexagon

16. Math - Chinese quarter

17. Math - Chinese square

18. Math - Chinese X

19. Math - small circle

20. Math - large circle

21. Math - circle square

22. Math - Cornell graph

23. Math - Math detached square

24. Math - diamond

25. Math - 1/2" dots

26. Math - 1/4" dots

27. Math - engineering

28. Math - equilateral triangular dots

29. Math - Japanese genkoyoushi

30. Math - lined grid

31. Math - hexagon

32. Math - inverted

33. Math - isometric dots

34. Math - ledger 6 columns

35. Math - ledger 4 columns

36. Math - line dots

37. Math - logarithmic

38. Math - Moorish

39. Math - octagon

40. Math - polar

41. Math - simple asymmetric

42. Math - spider

43. Math - square cross

44. Math - square dots

45. Math - Sudoku

46. Math - triangle

47. Math - tumbling block

48. Math - variable triangle

49. Math - weighted grid

50. Math - weighted lattice

51. Math - number line -20 to 20

52. Math - number line -50 to 50

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