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Kepler triangle
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A Kepler triangle is a right triangle whose sides are in geometric progression. That is, if the sides have length a < b < c, then b/a = c/b = k. All Kepler triangles are similar because the proportionality constant k can only take on one value. To see this, we first pick our units […] The post Kepler triangle first appeared on John D. Cook.
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