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3 points colinear? No way! (
Posted on 20050519
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For any grid, x by x, figure out a formula for the greatest number of points that can be put on the inside of the grid such that no three points are colinear.
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Brian
20050628 20:31:02
re(4): So at least the first 32 are reachable...
McWorter
20050520 21:25:33
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Hugo
20050520 18:42:04
re(3): So at least the first 32 are reachable...
McWorter
20050520 18:29:45
re(2): So at least the first 32 are reachable...
Jer
20050520 18:02:21
re: So at least the first 32 are reachable...
McWorter
20050520 17:55:29
re: So at least the first 32 are reachable...
Erik O.
20050520 14:44:29
So at least the first 32 are reachable...
Jer
20050520 12:09:20
re(3): Theoretical limits reachable?  McWorter
McWorter
20050520 02:50:13
re(2): Theoretical limits reachable?  McWorter
Avin
20050520 02:01:08
re: Theoretical limits reachable?
McWorter
20050520 00:06:08
re(2): Theoretical limits reachable?
Erik O.
20050519 19:12:49
re: Theoretical limits reachable?
Justin
20050519 17:25:00
Theoretical limits reachable?
Jer
20050519 17:02:04
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