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Old 2007-03-10, 14:59   #5
mfgoode
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Question Half Right.

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Originally Posted by davieddy View Post
unless the triangle has an angle >120 degrees,
in which case the network consists of the two shortest sides


Will you believe I didn't Google this please?


Not quite!

Davie you are doing well and keep it up. Lets discuss this further.

Which triangle ? You mean the angles contained by the arms at the point.

What happens if one of the three angles is equal to 120* and the other two aren't ?

Mally

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