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Figure 14:
Permutation of the hexagons along the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 15:
Top side of a segment which can be cut out, and by using five copies altogether, the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon can be constructed. This is the first copy.

Figure 16:
Bottom side of a second order hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 17:
Top side of a segment which can be cut out, and by using five copies altogether, the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon can be constructed. This is the second copy.

Figure 18:
Bottom side of a second order hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 19:
Top side of a segment which can be cut out, and by using five copies altogether, the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon can be constructed. This is the third copy.

Figure 20:
Bottom side of a second order hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 21:
Top side of a segment which can be cut out, and by using five copies altogether, the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon can be constructed. This is the fourth copy.

Figure 22:
Bottom side of a second order hexagonal flexagon.

Figure 23:
Top side of a segment which can be cut out, and by using five copies altogether, the strip for a second level hexagonal flexagon can be constructed. This is the fifth copy.

Figure 24:
Bottom side of a second order hexagonal flexagon.  November 2, 2000

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