From kannan: i have a 1.5 acre land having four sides
angle at D is 90
the side AB (frontage)is road facing i want to split the plot in to two halves
having same almost area and almost equal frontage, kindly help me, if possible
explain with drawing.
From Pamela: We need to divide a large property with five sides and strange angles into 1/2 acre parcels from the top down. We want to know where along the eastern and western borders of the large property to make the divisions. Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
From Adam: is there an algorithm to divide a regular polygon into N
equilateral triangles having the same area (no limit on N), or if not, an
algorithm to divide a regular polygon into N triangles having the same shape
and size? Answered by Chris Fisher.
From Mike Kenedy: I am having trouble with a homework question for bonus marks. A Circle is continually divided by lines that do not intersect the center so that they produce the most pieces of circle. For example
1 line divides the circle into 2.
2 into 4.
3, however into 7.
5 into 16
6 into 22
7 into 29
8 into 37
I am stumped and cannot figure out the equation, though I'm sure it involves squares. Can you help? Answered by Penny Nom.
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