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Posted by Harvey on September 15, 2002 15:23:46 UTC


It looks like your dog is dead and now you have to kick others.

***"If you think 3D then the ground completes one side of the triangle" -- "THE triangle"? Do you not know the name of the shape you were talking about, or did you not even solve this thing?

This is what was asked by Kyle:

"Can you arrange them to form four (4) identical equilateral triangles?"

So, the triangle is the shape that we are tring to reconstruct. By going 3D we are able to take advantage of the ground to complete one of a triangle. Five or six equilateral triangles can be made in this manner.

Warm regards, Harv

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