# Category:Hyperbolic knots and links

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Every non-split, prime, alternating link that is not a torus link is hyperbolic by a result of William Menasco.

"Of the prime knots with 16 or fewer crossings, all but 32 are hyperbolic. Of these 32, 12 are torus knots and the remaining 20 are satellites of the trefoil knot (Hoste et al. 1998)."[1]

## Pages in category "Hyperbolic knots and links"

The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

- Hyperbolic knot
*(computing)* - Hyperbolic link
*(computing)*

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- (−2,3,7) pretzel knot
*(computing)*

### B

- Borromean rings
*(computing)*

### C

- Carrick mat
*(computing)*

### F

- Figure-eight knot (mathematics)
*(computing)*

### L

- L10a140 link
*(computing)*

### W

- Whitehead link
*(computing)*