How do optical illusions relate to math?

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Many optical illusions use math to figure out distances and spacing that is necessary for the illusion to work. Measurement and summarizing data are important to make illusions work.
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Optical illusions is related to math when you start staring at the object and your mind tries to construct a solution to what your eyes perceived in the picture.
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Optical Illusions is all about math and you will know by the time. you. finish reading this very short, but general status about optical illusions. Optical has a lot to do with math
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Most optical illusions involve some mathematics, because they are tricks based on human perception of space. However, the trick to most optical illusions is not in the math, but in
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because it visual is in the math
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