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Unit lengths from movable points to unit triangles. (Posted on 2009-09-14) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Given A=(a,0), B=(0,0), and C=(0,a)
Let f(a)=the total number of unit equilateral triangles XYZ that can be formed such that the lengths AX, BY, and CZ are all 1 unit.

Give a piecewise definition by intervals for f(a)

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  Subject Author Date
You have about as much as I do.Jer2009-09-15 10:25:18
re(2): more precisionCharlie2009-09-15 00:30:43
re(2): more precisionDaniel2009-09-15 00:05:21
re: more precisionCharlie2009-09-14 23:43:16
computer explorationCharlie2009-09-14 23:17:34
more precisionDaniel2009-09-14 23:10:21
intervals to 2 digits of precision (more to come)Daniel2009-09-14 22:31:07
re(2): initial constraints (a start)Daniel2009-09-14 22:26:20
re: initial constraints (a start)Charlie2009-09-14 19:43:49
Initial numerical resultsDaniel2009-09-14 19:32:55
initial constraints (a start)Daniel2009-09-14 18:17:15
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