Is this possible?
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Fun little geometry problem involving simple shapes (for a change !) like rectangle and triangles ! can you solve this?
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THE REBELCAST #13 "WHAT THAT EYE REALLY MEANS" It's Geometry and symbolism
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How can u find other sides of the triangle?
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How to find area of overlap of two equal circles passing through each other's center
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Area enclosed by three circles touching each other
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Need help! ABCD is a square, ED=EC, and ∠DEC is 30°. I need to find ∠AED.
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Solar geometry
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Similarity of Triangles
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is this possible??
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A Challenging Problem on Rectangle Within Circle
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How do I prove this?
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i need to prove line segment AC bisects <BCD, im almost done but totally stumped on how i can prove it
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how do you solve?
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how to solve this question?
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How do I solve this problem?
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IS THIS SOLVABLE??!!
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The Tricky Trapezium Area Problem: can you figure this one out?
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IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE?
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Need help got stuck, Isosceles trapezoid
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Can someone help me with this problem?
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How do I solve this?
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THE REBELCAST#12 "THE GEOMETGICIAN" With Hassan Ismail|EUCLEDE BETWEEN GEOMETRY AND MAGIC
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Knowing the coords and direction of these lines, is it a simple matter to find the distance AC? This is a simplified right angled example but I'm looking for a formula for any 2 intersecting lines.
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Interesting geometry problem: can you figure it out? for solution please see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U92Yo9GzP5c
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Trying to solve for the angle (theta). The arc length (s) is known and points (a and b) are known. Seems simple but just can't crack it.
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A challenging geometry problem
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Does this have solution? How?
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PLEASE HELP: what shape is this? It is supposed to be curved at the top
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Is there a formula to create a dodecahedron shape like this using 1 rod and mirrors? Video source says 120°, 72°, 120°, 72°.... https://youtu.be/zTS9SN18E58
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