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Jun 10, 2011 12:58:50 PMJun 10, 2011 12:58:50 PMr43ey0Re: parabola through 4 points
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I received this in my email this week. It explores, draws together and resolves some of the issues raised in this discussion group under]]>Dec 5, 1997 5:52:41 AMDec 5, 1997 5:52:41 AMrobertsj@ctel.com.au0Re: parabola through 4 points
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Thanks for your response. I don't fully understand your argument, though.

Michael Keyton wrote: Nov 17, 1997 8:53:44 PMNov 17, 1997 8:53:44 PMpash@world.std.com0Re: parabola through 4 points
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that lie on the hyperbola. I can not fully solve this, but I can find]]>Nov 12, 1997 6:14:47 PMNov 12, 1997 6:14:47 PMmkeyton@tenet.edu2Re: parabola through 4 points
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> > A parabola, on the other hand, is determined by any 4 of its points. >]]>Nov 11, 1997 10:36:49 PMNov 11, 1997 10:36:49 PMpash@world.std.com4Re: construction of triangle of given perimeter, given point and angle
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geometry. I do not recall where I learned how, my guess is either]]>Nov 11, 1997 5:38:45 PMNov 11, 1997 5:38:45 PMmkeyton@tenet.edu0Re: construction of triangle of given perimeter, given point and<br> angle
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Thanks for the stimulating puzzle.

>Given triangle ABC, find points X and Y on AB and AC such]]>Nov 11, 1997 5:24:56 PMNov 11, 1997 5:24:56 PMmichael.thwaites@ucop.edu0Re: construction of triangle of given perimeter, given point and angle
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On Tue, 11 Nov 1997, Eileen M. Klimick Schoaff wrote:

> > A parabola, on the other hand, is determined]]>Nov 11, 1997 3:05:19 PMNov 11, 1997 3:05:19 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Re: construction of triangle of given perimeter, given point and angle
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A parabola, on the other hand, is determined by any 4 of its points. John Conway>

Am I missing something here? Don't 3 points]]>Nov 11, 1997 12:19:27 PMNov 11, 1997 12:19:27 PMSCHOAFEM@BUFFALOSTATE.EDU6Re: construction of triangle of given perimeter, given point and angle
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from one of the NCTM Addendum books on geometry? I know I]]>Nov 11, 1997 11:43:26 AMNov 11, 1997 11:43:26 AMSCHOAFEM@BUFFALOSTATE.EDU1