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A regulat triangle is made of 3 sides. The 3 sides can be seen as rotating in a circle. The exterior angle of a polygon is thus 360°/ nr_of_sides. In case of a regular triangle this is 360/3 = 120
If x_1/x=radicalx+radicalx so x+1/x=?
Here are 2 puzzles, the first one I have the answer to, the second I didn't try hard enough. Okay, so you start with (2)sqrt(2) 2 = sqrt(2) times sqrt(2) (sqrt(2)*
Great way to prove it haha. Basically if you can just align all of the angles around one point by translation using parallel lines, then you'll get what @Chess_Dogg has shown.
Here's a visual proof on a chessboard ;) https://lichess.org/study/jhT126bk
Does anybody know how to prove that the inner angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees? I know (not bragging).
What do you mean? One such is e^(ix) = cos(x)+isin(x) Another is a^(ipi/ln(a)) = -1 There's also (I'll type in LaTeX so it's easier to read when plugged in, if you wanna see them transformed here
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Why did the baby take forever to be born? Its cells forgot how to divide and multiply