Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Fox 347

Below is the general case submitted by Roland Sampy.
There seems to be at least 2 expressions for r.
We had a solution, but it looked a little clumsy. Moreover, we lost it :)
So, do help us to recover... Oh yes, do enjoy as well...



2 comments:


  1. Each value of a < 2 and b <2 we have 2 positions of C and 2 positions of B.
    So r is not only depend on a and b but also depend on position C relative to B .
    Peter Tran

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  2. Sounds correct. In that case the final expression for r
    should give two separate roots. (Most likely quadratic)

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