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Topic: morlet's theorem ?
Replies: 7   Last Post: Nov 25, 1997 11:42 AM

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 CNALBEL Posts: 1 Registered: 12/6/04
morlet's theorem ?
Posted: Nov 23, 1997 12:27 AM

A few years ago, i was asked to prove the following statements during an oral
exam (i failed in proving it ..but passed the exam!). i hope you'll understand
the statements i havent a perfect english.

1 - take a ABC triangle.
2 - divide each angle in three equal angle with 2 lines.
3 - 1 line of angle A meets one of angle B in a point M
- the second line of angle A meets one of angle C in a point N
- the second line of angle B meets the second line of angle C in a point O

Prove that MNO is an equilateral triangle (MN=NO=OM)

Was that clear enough?

In french :
Les trissectrices des angles d'un triangle ABC se coupent en des points MNO. On
considÃÂ¨re l'intersection des trisectrices les plus proches de chaque cotÃÂ© du

F. LEBLANC

Date Subject Author
11/23/97 CNALBEL
11/23/97 Mike Frantz
11/24/97 John Conway
11/23/97 Alan Lipp
11/24/97 John Conway
11/25/97 Mike Frantz
11/25/97 John Conway
11/24/97 Floor van Lamoen