**A methodological paper on how to use information theory and number theory to distinguish coincidental mathematical relationships from those that are non-coincidental:**

**Papers that use the constants 10 and 3 to generate the quark and lepton mixing angles:**

- A mathematical model of the quark and lepton mixing angles-v5 (Oct 2009)
- Underlying symmetry among the quark and lepton mixing angles (Jul 2007)

**Papers that use the constants 10 and 3 to generate the fine structure constant:**

- Approximations of the fine structure constant reciprocal (Jul 2009)
- An approximation of the fine structure constant reciprocal (Apr 2005)

**Papers that use the constants 10, 3, and 4.1 to generate key quark and lepton mass ratios:**

- A compact means of generating the fine structure constant, as well as three mass ratios (Nov 2005)
- A toroidal mass formula for heavy quarks and leptons (Dec 2005)

**Papers that exploit cuboctahedral symmetry to help explain the properties of the quarks and leptons:**

- The symmetrical generation of quark and lepton mass and charge (Jan 2006)
- Symmetrically reproducing quark and lepton mass and charge (Oct 2007)
- The symmetrical properties of quarks and leptons (Jan 2007)
- An economical means of generating the mass ratios of the quarks and leptons-Rev. (Jan 2006)
- Dual mass formulae that generate the quark and lepton masses (Nov 2005)