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Amelia Wilson
12/22/17
Re: How to convert a point into an angle?
Converting degrees to radians: To convert degrees to radians, first find the number of half circles
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Re: How to convert a point into an angle?
Converting degrees to radians: To convert degrees to radians, first find the number of half circles
12/22/17
William Thompson
9/25/17
How to convert a point into an angle?
This is a very simple question I am sure for anyone who works with mathematics or is currently
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How to convert a point into an angle?
This is a very simple question I am sure for anyone who works with mathematics or is currently
9/25/17
Bruno M
9/4/17
Re: HEEELP!!! vectorial space of the free vectors of R3
Olá, Daniela, Por acaso você estudou no Santo Inácio, em Fortaleza?
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Re: HEEELP!!! vectorial space of the free vectors of R3
Olá, Daniela, Por acaso você estudou no Santo Inácio, em Fortaleza?
9/4/17
Bo Hittle
11/30/16
sires to function
i need help with finding a function that describes this sires {a=1+2-3x4÷5+6-7x8÷9... } i know that
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sires to function
i need help with finding a function that describes this sires {a=1+2-3x4÷5+6-7x8÷9... } i know that
11/30/16
mark
11/24/16
Re: Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
Just a guess to get started. Does it happen to also equal the square if the inscribed radius?
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Re: Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
Just a guess to get started. Does it happen to also equal the square if the inscribed radius?
11/24/16
Tim Desmond
10/17/16
Re: Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
"The products of the radii of the excircles on each pair of opposite sides of a circumscribed
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Re: Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
"The products of the radii of the excircles on each pair of opposite sides of a circumscribed
10/17/16
Michael de Villiers
10/2/16
Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
This dynamic, interactive sketch at http://dynamicmathematicslearning.com/japanese-circum-quad-
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Japanese Circumscribed Quadrilateral Theorem and its Generalization
This dynamic, interactive sketch at http://dynamicmathematicslearning.com/japanese-circum-quad-
10/2/16
Sujeet Kumar
2/1/11
Geometry problem no.-8
Here is geometry problem no.-8:- Q.In a triangle ABC, AB=AC, point P is taken so that angle BPA=150
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Geometry problem no.-8
Here is geometry problem no.-8:- Q.In a triangle ABC, AB=AC, point P is taken so that angle BPA=150
2/1/11
Sujeet Kumar
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Philippe 92
3
2/1/11
Inter-related geometry problem
> Here are geometry problems which are inter-related:- > Q1.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken
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Inter-related geometry problem
> Here are geometry problems which are inter-related:- > Q1.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken
2/1/11
Sujeet Kumar
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gudi
5
1/29/11
Another compex geometry problem
> On Jan 26, 7:32 pm, Sujeet Kumar > <sujeetkumar...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > On
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Another compex geometry problem
> On Jan 26, 7:32 pm, Sujeet Kumar > <sujeetkumar...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > On
1/29/11
gudi
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max
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1/23/11
Fixed Ratio of Distances
thanks for the solution
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Fixed Ratio of Distances
thanks for the solution
1/23/11
Manjit Singh
1/12/11
Re: Three Points and a Circle
Yes that's the equation of the given circle passing through three given points, (x,y) (x1,y1) and
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Re: Three Points and a Circle
Yes that's the equation of the given circle passing through three given points, (x,y) (x1,y1) and
1/12/11
Manjit Singh
1/12/11
2nd grade math worksheets
The main topics in grade 2 math can be writing numbers into numerals (standard form), in words and in
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2nd grade math worksheets
The main topics in grade 2 math can be writing numbers into numerals (standard form), in words and in
1/12/11
Sujeet Kumar
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Philippe 92
5
1/12/11
Very complex geometry problem
> Dear Sujeet, > > According to a paper by Bjorn Poonen and Michael > Rubinstein >
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Very complex geometry problem
> Dear Sujeet, > > According to a paper by Bjorn Poonen and Michael > Rubinstein >
1/12/11
Sujeet Kumar
2
1/10/11
One more exciting geometry problem
> Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle > ABP=70 degree, angle PBC=30 degree,
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One more exciting geometry problem
> Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle > ABP=70 degree, angle PBC=30 degree,
1/10/11
Sujeet Kumar
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Philippe 92
4
1/10/11
Break
> >> Q.Find the triangle of the least area which can > cover > >> any triangle
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Break
> >> Q.Find the triangle of the least area which can > cover > >> any triangle
1/10/11
Sujeet Kumar
1/9/11
Re: Nothing special geometry problem
> There is nothing special about following geometry > problem- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point
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Re: Nothing special geometry problem
> There is nothing special about following geometry > problem- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point
1/9/11
Sujeet Kumar
2
1/8/11
Not a new geometry problem
> Here is a geometry problem , which is not very much > different from old ones- > Q.In a
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Not a new geometry problem
> Here is a geometry problem , which is not very much > different from old ones- > Q.In a
1/8/11
Sujeet Kumar
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Philippe 92
3
1/8/11
Geometry problem no.-6
> Dear Sujeet, > > The lack of answers doesn't mean your problems are >
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Geometry problem no.-6
> Dear Sujeet, > > The lack of answers doesn't mean your problems are >
1/8/11
Sujeet Kumar
1/8/11
One more boring geometry problem
Here is one more boring geometry problem- Q.In a triangle ABC , point P is taken so that ,angle ABP=
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One more boring geometry problem
Here is one more boring geometry problem- Q.In a triangle ABC , point P is taken so that ,angle ABP=
1/8/11
Sujeet Kumar
2
1/7/11
Geometry problem no.-5
> Here is geometry problem no.-5 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, where angle B is obtuse, point >
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Geometry problem no.-5
> Here is geometry problem no.-5 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, where angle B is obtuse, point >
1/7/11
Sujeet Kumar
1/7/11
Geometry problem no.-7
Here is geometry problem no.-7:- Q.In a triangle ABC , AB=BC, point P is taken inside the triangle so
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Geometry problem no.-7
Here is geometry problem no.-7:- Q.In a triangle ABC , AB=BC, point P is taken inside the triangle so
1/7/11
Sujeet Kumar
2
1/6/11
Geometry problem no.-4
> Here is geometry problem no.-4 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC , point P is taken so that angle >
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Geometry problem no.-4
> Here is geometry problem no.-4 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC , point P is taken so that angle >
1/6/11
Sujeet Kumar
1/5/11
Not so bad geometry problem
Here is not so bad geometry problem- Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle ABP=20
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Not so bad geometry problem
Here is not so bad geometry problem- Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle ABP=20
1/5/11
Sujeet Kumar
,
Mary Krimmel
4
1/5/11
Geometry problem no.-3
> Here is geometry problem no.-3 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle >
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Geometry problem no.-3
> Here is geometry problem no.-3 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle >
1/5/11
Sujeet Kumar
,
Mary Krimmel
3
1/3/11
Number one geometry problem
> Following is geometry problem no.-1 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle
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Number one geometry problem
> Following is geometry problem no.-1 :- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle
1/3/11
Sujeet Kumar
1/3/11
Very very easy geometry problem
Here is very-very easy geometry problem:- Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle ABP=10
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Very very easy geometry problem
Here is very-very easy geometry problem:- Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle ABP=10
1/3/11
Sujeet Kumar
2
12/31/10
Alike Triangles
> Consider the fucntion f(x)=2* sin^-1(mod[x/2]). > > We define “Alike Triangle” for any
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Alike Triangles
> Consider the fucntion f(x)=2* sin^-1(mod[x/2]). > > We define “Alike Triangle” for any
12/31/10
Sujeet Kumar
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Steve Brian
5
12/30/10
Aperiodic Tiling
> > Consider the following 2 tiles:- > > 1.Tile ABCD has angles A=80, B=80, C=40 and D=
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Aperiodic Tiling
> > Consider the following 2 tiles:- > > 1.Tile ABCD has angles A=80, B=80, C=40 and D=
12/30/10
Sujeet Kumar
2
12/30/10
Not so tough geometry problem
> Here is geometry problem which is not so tough- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so
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Not so tough geometry problem
> Here is geometry problem which is not so tough- > Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so
12/30/10
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