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February 10th, 2017, 02:02 AM   #21
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All the examples I gave are at different stages of development. Some are at the start of the calculation some in the middle and some are almost completed I have few more approaches but they are in the works. About the sentence the "wad" = "had". Approach number 1 is the hardest to develop and create the math for it. But I am going to say that if those 3 points are not zero you will not get a triangle, although by typing this right now gives me ideas.
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February 10th, 2017, 02:40 AM   #22
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In the special case that the three points are collinear, they determine a degenerate triangle. A degenerate triangle isn't a triangle, but some properties of triangles are also properties of degenerate triangles.
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In the special case that the three points are collinear, they determine a degenerate triangle. A degenerate triangle isn't a triangle, but some properties of triangles are also properties of degenerate triangles.
That is true in a sequential system and one that is incrementing, where there is only one zero. I am assuming that you are looking at approach number 1. I just got a crack at it. It's beautiful. The system is uniform.

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