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Points On A Circle (Posted on 2004-08-14) Difficulty: 4 of 5
I placed six points on the circumference of a circle such that the distance between any two of the points is an integer. What is the smallest such circle I could use?

What if each distance must be unique?

No Solution Yet Submitted by ThoughtProvoker    
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  Subject Author Date
ThoughtsBrian Smith2016-02-21 13:58:00
re: comDavid Shin2005-01-24 20:54:15
comPemmadu Raghu Ramaiah2005-01-24 19:56:31
Some ThoughtsImpossibly Hard...David Shin2004-09-26 01:36:10
re(2): Solution with non-distinct sidessundberg2004-08-19 13:00:28
re: Solution with non-distinct sidesPenny2004-08-19 07:56:55
Solution with non-distinct sidessundberg2004-08-19 01:29:47
SolutionFull solution (close approximations)Penny2004-08-17 12:58:31
No solution for distinct differences ?Penny2004-08-17 06:19:22
Circular reasoningPenny2004-08-16 09:02:10
SolutionFirst part (Solution)Penny2004-08-15 21:39:33
my assumption, and a nitCory Taylor2004-08-15 12:12:01
re: An immaculate assumptionJuggler2004-08-15 12:06:20
An immaculate assumptionPenny2004-08-15 11:57:07
re: No Subjecte.g.2004-08-15 11:09:27
SolutionAn assumption, and a start.Juggler2004-08-15 10:39:44
QuestionNo SubjectJuggler2004-08-15 08:56:05
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