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Rotation of Conics [12/01/1999]
How can I transform 17x^2 - 48xy + 31y^2 + 49 = 0 into an equation with no xy term?

Straight Lines and Conic Sections [10/14/2008]
Is a pair of intersecting straight lines a conic section? If so, what is its eccentricity value?

Trisecting a Pizza [05/13/2002]
Without the use of a ruler, protractor or other measuring device, is there a simple way to divide a pizza into 3 equal sized slices?

Volume of a Conical Wedge [02/19/2004]
What is the formula for the volume of the shape that remains when a cone is sliced by a plane parallel to the height of the cone, and the chord created by the slice on the base circle is less than the diameter?

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