Picture Supply: This ship is the “Blue Marlin”, one of probably the most superb vessels to ever to sail the seas. The Marlin can carry an unimaginable 75,000...

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## Mathematics of Ships at Sea

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Picture Supply: This ship is the “Blue Marlin”, one of probably the most superb vessels to ever to sail the seas. The Marlin can carry an unimaginable 75,000...

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## Mathematics of Photography | Passy’s World of Mathematics

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