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Figure 7:
The binary hexagonal flexagon has two cycles, each of which has two vertices in common with the other one, for a total of ten.

Figure 8:
Permutation of the hexagons along the strip for a binary hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 9:
Top side of the binary hexagonal flexagon cutout. With ten faces, this cutout provides material for just the first sector (composed of two pats) of the two needed for the flexagon.

Figure 10:
Bottom side of the first sector of the binary hexagonal flexagon cutout. Two sectors are required.

Figure 11:
Top side of the binary hexagonal flexagon cutout. With ten faces, this cutout provides material for just the second sector (composed of two pats) of the two needed for the flexagon.

Figure 12:
Bottom side of the second sector of the binary hexagonal flexagon cutout. Two sectors are required.

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