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Square and triangle on centers (Posted on 2022-03-17) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Consider unit equilateral Triangle ABC with center O and unit square DEFG with center O' where O is on segment DE and O' is on segment AB.

If O' and A coincide, find the area of overlap of the triangle and square.

If O' is not at A (but closer to A than B), find the largest possible distance O'A.
When this distance occurs, find the area of overlap.

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