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Posted by Harvey on September 19, 2002 04:13:47 UTC

Hi Luis,

The answer to the problem is elementary. You need to construct two 3D pyramids using 3 toothpicks per pyramid. As I said in the beginning, the ground completes one side of each triangle face (which Mike has also agreed the wording of the problem allows - plus I already mentioned it that this is what I was doing and you still denied even that as possible). Hence, 6 toothpicks, 6 equilateral sides.

Now, Luis, being that you act as though you are a bitter individual and one of the major trolls on this board, I suppose you are ready to lash more insults. But, I am not going to get involved in your personal issues, if you want to remain a troll to my posts, then I request that you and I stop our dialogue from here on forward. This is a request, and if it doesn't stop, I will ask the webmaster to monitor the situation. I want this place to a pleasant experience and I don't need a troll to make it otherwise.

Harv

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