Once more my Blog of Writing previews images that I created for Decoded Science, where you should read "The Paradox of the Infinite Series of Squares Numbers by Galileo".

"Squared Canadian Coins" by Mike DeHaan
"Portrait" version of the squared coins. The only real difference is whether the image is portrait or landscape.

"Canadian Coins Squared" by Mike DeHaan
"Landscape" version of the squared coins. The only real difference is whether the image is portrait or landscape.

Why do I have the word "squared" in the image captions? Because the penny, nickel-and-quarter, and dime-and-loonie coins are related by the "squaring" operation. 1-squared is 1; 5-squared is 25; and 10-squared is 100.

On a sad note, neither of the above images survived the editor's digital scissors. Happily, the following really useful image did sneak in during editing.

"Sparse or Dense but 1-to-1" by Mike DeHaan
Late-breaking image from the rewrite desk!

As always, my DeHaan Services blog has an entry to publicize my article. "The Infinite Set Paradox of Galileo" adds little to this discussion, but is important for those who find my articles through that front-end.

Writing Tip

Today's writing tip is to add some mystery, even in the images or their captions.

For example: why do the first two images use the word "square"?

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