# LIST OF FIGURES

- Subjective-Objective dimension.
- Visual apparatus involved in the minimum perceptual experience.
- Dividing a line of unknown length into equal parts.
- Continuous Metric inscribed squares.
- Atomic metric inscribed squares.
- Similar triangle perceptual argument.
- A long thin triangle only two atoms high on one end.
- A 7x7 square with one diagonal drawn on an atomic array.
- Square, Display, and Print aspect ratios.
- The two sides of a line.
- Using the rightmost and lower points to fill out a line.
- Adding lengths of line segments.
- Line segments which cross but do not share a point of intersection.
- Points selected for thickening a line to the left.
- Points selected for thickening a line to the right.
- A degenerate atomic triangle.
- The minimum sized atomic triangle.
- Locating vertex points of a continuous triangle on atomic points.
- Locating the vertices of a right atomic triangle.
- Filing in the base and height of an atomic right triangle.
- Filing in the interior points of an atomic right triangle.
- Similar continuous triangles.
- Table of areas for selected atomic triangles.
- Various small atomic triangles.
- A square with one diagonal.
- A square with sides of length C inscribed inside another square.
- Pictorial representation of area computation for an atomic triangle with an even base.
- Squares in the atomic plane without square areas.
- The area of the diagonal in atomic isosceles triangles.
- Intersection points of 4 triangles.
- Illustrating the equivalent of the Pythagorean proof figure with atomic figures.
- A 5x5 square rotated 45 and superimposed on a diagonal square with an area of 25 atomic units.
- Atomic Pythagorean theorem demonstration for the case of A=3, B=4, and C=4.