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A Near Diophantine Octagon Problem (Posted on 2007-04-22) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The cyclic octagon ABCDEFGH has the sides a√2, a√2, a√2, a√2, b, b, b and b respectively in that order. Each of a, b and r are positive integers, where r is the radius of the circumcircle.

Analytically determine:

(i) The minimum value of a with a < b

(ii) The minimum value of b with a > b

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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  Subject Author Date
Some Thoughtsre(7): SolutionBractals2007-04-26 13:43:02
Questionre(6): SolutionBrian Smith2007-04-26 00:16:43
Some Thoughtsre(5): SolutionBractals2007-04-25 13:36:30
re(4): SolutionBrian Smith2007-04-25 12:12:54
Questionre(3): SolutionBractals2007-04-24 13:23:57
re(2): SolutionBrian Smith2007-04-24 01:00:13
Questionre: SolutionBractals2007-04-23 13:47:11
SolutionSolutionBrian Smith2007-04-23 11:55:30
Solutionnon-analytical "solution"Charlie2007-04-22 15:40:57
SolutionAnalytic/Synthetic SolutionBractals2007-04-22 14:36:52
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