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Many thanks bobbym
A good 3-d plotter would give you a model of the dots - a model you could hold in your hands and twist about to see really what was where.
Is there a good way to simulate a 3-d plotter on a computer screen?
The simplest idea so far is this:-
That may be true, there are certainly numerous ways. You can pick one that you can solve, or is computationally feasible.
So for N=2,3,4,6,8.12,20,30 there is ONE best pattern of dots for each N
Yes indeed - we must say what we decide we mean by "evenly spaced"
To do better you would have to define the criterion of measure of space.
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