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Bernie Ivens

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An intersesting problem
Posted: Dec 5, 1992 6:47 PM
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Find the area of a circle inscribed in a triangle whose sides have
length 3,4,5.

The above is a specific example of the more generalized problem to
find the area of a circle inscribed in a triangle whose sides have length
a,b,c.

NOTE: I posted this problem elsewhere. I apologize if you have seen it
elsewhere in the recent past.
Bernie Ivens
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