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Nonagon (Posted on 2004-11-25) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Draw a regular nonagon. If we label the vertices of the polygon sequentially, starting from A, we can draw three line segments: AB, AC, and AE.

Show that AB + AC = AE.

See The Solution Submitted by SilverKnight    
Rating: 3.0000 (7 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionAn attempt without looking at other commentsSam2004-12-12 21:07:20
SolutionHere, try this ...CeeAnne2004-11-28 18:21:21
Questionre: No SubjectWryTangle2004-11-27 17:39:44
I really believe ...CeeAnne2004-11-27 16:27:27
Nonagon solutionsizz2004-11-27 12:20:06
No Subjectsizz2004-11-27 12:14:21
re: A simple geometric proof (no trig)WryTangle2004-11-26 20:02:29
SolutionA simple geometric proof (no trig)WryTangle2004-11-26 19:57:55
Oops, couldn't see the wood for the trees...Alec2004-11-26 17:08:12
SolutionSolutionBractals2004-11-26 16:40:35
re: Trying to put a picture into words...WryTangle2004-11-26 15:35:51
Trying to put a picture into words...Alec2004-11-26 15:17:53
Solution?Fletch2004-11-25 17:30:12
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