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Angling For Pi (Posted on 2007-09-27) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Consider a circle which cuts an ellipse in precisely four points. Let A, B, C and D respectively correspond to the eccentric angles of these four points.

Show that A + B + C + D is an even multiple of pi radians.

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SolutionStudyng.......Chesca Ciprian2007-09-29 12:43:37
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