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dan815

  • one year ago

Here's a fun famous geometry problem, and another similar one.

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    post your solution, ill go over it :)

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    ill show a neat solution if someone doesnt show it already

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    C^2 = 15^2

  6. Isaiah.Feynman
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    Optimization problem it seems.

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    Is there an explanation I have to do for this?

  8. dan815
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    theres a way to avoid optimization see if you can find it

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    okay, ill just show you the solution to the first one, its really beautiful :) see if u can use that to solve the 2nd one too

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    you reflect the point, across the horizontal and connect these points, this is the straight line connection both points, all other paths must be longer

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