Assume we have an equilateral triangle oriented to where one of its base is perpendicular to a vertical line. Pick a point on one of the edges and draw a parallel line to the base from edge to edge; while also measuring from the point to the top most vertex of the triangle. How often are the two line segments the same length?
Assume we have an equilateral triangle oriented to where one of its base is perpendicular to a vertical line. Pick a point on one of the edges and draw a parallel line to the base from edge to edge; while also measuring from the point to the top most vertex of the triangle. How often are the two line segments the same length?
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