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yes ... that is the answer, but where is the development of the exercise?
X: -2+(3/2)Sqrt(3) Y: 3/2+2Sqrt(3) or X: -2-(3/2)Sqrt(3) Y: 3/2-2Sqrt(3)
If two vertices of an equilateral triangle are (-4,3) and (0,0), find the third vertex.
(1+6)*3,(1+6)^3.
Nice
(6+1)^3
(6+1)*3,(1^3)+6.
(6^3)+1=217,217/7=31. (3^6)-1=728.728/7+104.
I mean. Only the digits 1 3 and 6. Once each. You can also do things like 6^(3X1)
63,6363,636363,63636363,etc. Also,11361,6311361,636311361,1136163,113616363,etc. 63/7=9,11361/7=1623.