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Trisecting an Angle Using the Cycloid of Ceva
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Triangulating Random and Regular Polygons
Wheel Graphs with Integer Edges
Tangent Circles to Two Parallel Lines and Passing through a Point
Ratios of the Areas of an Internal Hexagon to Its Star to the External Hexagon
Enlargement in Two Dimensions
Tiles with Finite Convex Spectra
Japanese Theorem for Cyclic Polygons
Hirano's Construction of a Regular Pentagon
Making the Three Areas Defined by Congruent Overlapping Circles Equal
On Which Side of a Directed Line Is a Point?
Angle of Intersection of Two Circles
Multiple Reflections in Two Mirrors
The Pedal and Antipedal Triangles
Exact Trilinear Coordinates
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