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 2 years ago
Quadrable Lune.
So I am reading Hippocrates proof where he proves Lunes are quadrable. For the area of the semicircle it is found by squaring the diameter. Isn't the radius to be squared for the area? Why the diameter here? :)
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Quadrable Lune. So I am reading Hippocrates proof where he proves Lunes are quadrable. For the area of the semicircle it is found by squaring the diameter. Isn't the radius to be squared for the area? Why the diameter here? :)

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 2 years ago
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