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Möbius strip - Wikipedia
Learn something new every day More Info If you took a strip of paper and taped the ends together, you would most likely end up with a belt. It would be a loop with an inside surface and an outside surface. But what if you took that same strip of paper and gave it a half twist before taping the ends together? The result would be a fascinating geometric oddity called a mobius strip.
A mathematical object, or a physical representation of it, which is a two-dimensional sheet with only one surface. It is constructed or visualized as a rectangle, one end of which is held fixed while the opposite end is twisted through a degree angle and joined to the fixed end. It is a two-dimensional object that can only exist in a three-dimensional space.
MATH — Geometry. Have you ever heard about infinity? If so, you might know the symbol for infinity. He came up with the idea in September German mathematician Johann Benedict Listing independently thought of the same idea in July