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The Asymmetric Propeller
In this note, we prove an extension of a known elementary geometric result in two ways, i .e ., synthetically and by complex numbers. Then we show that the result characterizes closed curves of
Problem Of The Month
During of the school year an instructor asked 2022 problems in the class and the number of students who could not solve any particular problem was at most two. The instructor wants to divide the 2022
On Two Classes of Extremum Problems without Calculus
Calculus provides us with systematic, general, and powerful methods for attacking extremum problems. Because of its generality, there are often simpler methods for solving specific problems. These