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Topic: Reuleaux triangle, Reuleaux drill
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Rex Boggs

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Re: Reuleaux triangle
Posted: Apr 6, 1995 4:54 PM
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>I am trying to find some sources on the Rouleaux triangle. It would be
>especially helpful if any history and properties of the triangle are
>published.\
>


Martin Gardner's book "Further Mathematical Diversions", chapter 18 is
entitled "Curves of Constant Width". It contains a swag of interesting
info on the Reuleaux Triangle (as he spells it).

(ISBN 0 04 793015 2)

The chapter essentially is one of his articles from Sci Am, from the '60s,
with answers and an addendum added, but the book doesn't indicate which issue.

Cheers

Rex
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