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http://img508.imageshack.us/img508/2918/1001096.gifthere is no solution for sinA, sin4A, sin2A, sin3A bigger than zero

newzad,http://img508.imageshack.us/img508/2918/1001096.gifis not openning.

I got it now. It's openning.So, there is a solution but it is not geometrically constructable.

if the first link does not worktry:http://i33.tinypic.com/2co1swi.giforhttp://img273.yukle.tc/images/9787klh.gif

I think the answer is 36.because for A=45, sin4A=0

But sin4A=0 is constructable. Means both squares are sharing a corner. So, both solutions hold.

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ReplyDeletehttp://img508.imageshack.us/img508/2918/1001096.gif

ReplyDeletethere is no solution for sinA, sin4A, sin2A, sin3A bigger than zero

newzad,

ReplyDeletehttp://img508.imageshack.us/img508/2918/1001096.gif

is not openning.

I got it now. It's openning.

ReplyDeleteSo, there is a solution but it is not geometrically constructable.

if the first link does not work

ReplyDeletetry:

http://i33.tinypic.com/2co1swi.gif

or

http://img273.yukle.tc/images/9787klh.gif

I think the answer is 36.

ReplyDeletebecause for A=45, sin4A=0

But sin4A=0 is constructable. Means both squares are sharing a corner. So, both solutions hold.

ReplyDelete