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Disk Division (Posted on 2004-12-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Divide a circular disk into seven parts with a straightedge and compass such that each part has the same area and perimeter.

  Submitted by Bractals    
Rating: 4.1000 (10 votes)
Solution: (Hide)
Think ying and yang. If that does not help, See figure.

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  Subject Author Date
re: Test OnlyBractals2015-10-15 23:53:46
Test OnlyBractals2014-01-23 03:47:57
re: Heptagon vs. 180 rotationEric2004-12-12 16:46:12
re(3): Heptagon vs. 180 rotationowl2004-12-10 22:06:48
re(2): Heptagon vs. 180 rotationCharlie2004-12-10 22:00:09
re: Heptagon vs. 180 rotationCharlie2004-12-10 21:57:34
re: Heptagon vs. 180 rotationowl2004-12-10 21:55:32
QuestionHeptagon vs. 180 rotationnikki2004-12-10 21:07:21
re: Ca c'est pas possibleEric2004-12-10 19:45:59
SolutionCa c'est pas possiblevije2004-12-10 17:06:29
re(3): Solution (picture)Eric2004-12-10 13:19:06
re(4): Solution (picture)CeeAnne2004-12-10 00:48:00
re(3): Solution (picture)SteveH2004-12-09 21:28:27
re(2): Solution (picture)owl2004-12-09 20:26:55
re: Solution (picture)Jer2004-12-09 18:13:58
SolutionNot ExactlyCeeAnne2004-12-09 17:45:03
SolutionEric2004-12-09 17:35:53
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