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You are not logged in. #1 20140116 13:13:33
Triangle funnes aggghIn the triangle shown, n is a positive integer, and \angle A > \angle B > \angle C. How many possible values of n are there? Batman shows Superman his new phone. Batman"Alfred, whats the temperature in London?" Alfred"Just a second, sir." Alfred turns on his iPhone."Siri, whats the temperature in London?" Siri  "Six centigrade." Alfred"Six centigrade sir." Batman"See?" #2 20140116 19:31:01
Re: Triangle funnes aggghhi thedarktiger, Last edited by bob bundy (20140116 20:08:47) You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei #3 20140117 19:55:46
Re: Triangle funnes aggghOh thanks Im so stupid I thought something was wrong with the problem! Thx so much Batman shows Superman his new phone. Batman"Alfred, whats the temperature in London?" Alfred"Just a second, sir." Alfred turns on his iPhone."Siri, whats the temperature in London?" Siri  "Six centigrade." Alfred"Six centigrade sir." Batman"See?" #4 20140117 20:29:14
Re: Triangle funnes aggghOh that's not so stupid. I worked out the triangle inequality results and totally forgot the BC > AC > AB ones. It was only when I looked at your quadrilateral post that it occurred to me that I'd left out half the information. You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei 