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Topic: Problem about rotations and a triangle...
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Helena Verrill

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Re: Problem about rotations and a triangle...
Posted: Sep 29, 1998 6:35 PM
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> However, that's not sufficient to show that the product is
> the identity - it might be a translation. The proof could be

Indeed - it seems to me that as stated, the thing _is_ a
(non trivial) translation - I reckon there is something
clockwise in the question (as stated) that should be
counter clockwise ('cos when I change it, it does work).
(for fun: what happens when you replace the triangle by a polygon,
and the order of rotations by some permutation of the order?)


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