Assume that a dorito's shape is a perfect isosceles triangle with the ratio of its longest sides to shortest being 2:1. If you were to make three linear cuts through the chip, what is the most amount of sides of a part of the chip that can be formed?
Assume that a dorito's shape is a perfect isosceles triangle with the ratio of its longest sides to shortest being 2:1. If you were to make three linear cuts through the chip, what is the most amount of sides of a part of the chip that can be formed?
Edited by BMADShare this post
Link to post
Share on other sites