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A Challenge For Harvey

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 19, 2002 01:52:20 UTC


The lengths you go to to save face -- and I thought at least you were an honest man! ~"This solution can actually make more than four identical equilateral triangles with only 6 toothpicks."

I challenge you to prove this claim. Don't bother proving the currently modified "I could construct more than equilateral triangles using 6 toothpicks" -- like this would even be remotely difficult.

(Can't you at least prevaricate intelligently?).

>>>"At first you let on like you knew how, but you have demonstrated that you could not do it."

It's no surprise to me the one-way communication street/poor liar known as "Harv" would claim this. The fact is I made excuses for only coming up with four triangles (read it again, Mr. Integrity: ), and later realized mathematics only allows four (equilateral) triangles.

Your shamefully constricted brainpower is a given, but are you so ashamed of yourself that you're willing to pile an equally sordid layer of lies on top of all that ugliness?

Unfortunately you won't be able to explain yourself without a smidgen of humility. I'm betting on pride, however -- which is fine: a non-response works just as well!


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