As a kid, I remember cramming time tables from times 1 to times 12. It was a tough time for me. Even now that’s the highest time table I can remember.

But who knew this time table had an amazing potential in math?

I’ve seen this video some time ago, and saw someone made the same simulation with grasshopper. Well since I am practicing using the tool, I could try it too right?
Why not?
So this is how it went!

It’s basically defining each points as natural numbers and connected original point and the multiplied number point. I multiplied floating points with one decimal place, from 0.0 to 100.0. For the ones which have results as real number, it rounds off to the nearest whole number.

This is the algorithm for only the circle part. I tagged the texts later on.

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