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geometry assuming the parallel postulate of Euclid: in a plane, given a line and a point not on that line, there is exactly one line parallel to the given line through the given point.

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### Number of circles in configuration

Consider the $n^2$ lattice points $(i, j)$, where $1 \leq i, j \leq n$. Let the number of circles that pass through at least 3 points of this set be $C(n)$. What is a good way to count this? Is there ...
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### Another chain of six circles

I found a conjecture: A chain of six circles associated with six points on a circle (in Mobius plane). This is a generalization of the last my previous question in Three chains of six circles. (...
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### Minimal number of moves to construct the challenges (circle packings and regular polygons) in Ancient Greek Geometry?

In the web game Ancient Greek Geometry, there are challenges to construct regular polygons and circle packings using ruler and compass constructions. The game measures the number of line and circles ...
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### Biggest ball included in an intersection of balls

I would like to prove that for any family of balls $\{B(c_i,r_i)\}_i \subset \mathbb{R}^d$ such that $\{c_1, \dots, c_n\} \subset \bigcap_i B(c_i,r_i)$ and $\forall i, r_i \geq 1$, there exists a ...
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### Generalizing convexity of sets

Let $X$ be a subset of some Euclidean space. We say that $X$ is convex if for any two points $p$, $q$ in $X$, the line segment joining $p$ and $q$ is also in $X$. But what if we loosen this definition ...
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### On the solutions of a system of inequalities avoiding Helly's theorem

Let $a_1,b_1,\cdots,a_4,b_4\in\mathbb{R},r_1,\cdots,r_4\in(0,+\infty)$. Show that, if $\not\exists (x,y)\in\mathbb{R}^2$ such that  \begin{cases} (x-a_1)^2+(y-b_1)^2\le r_1\\ (x-a_2)^2+(y-b_2)...
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### Given $n$ points, can we always connect them such that every angle is at least $30°$?

Suppose $x_1, \ldots, x_n \in \mathbb{R}^2$ are given, all distinct. We can make a sequence of these points (for example $(x_2, x_1, x_3)$, if $n=3$). The question is, can we always make such a ...
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### Area of an equilateral triangle

Prove that if triangle $\triangle RST$ is equilateral, then the area of $\triangle RST$ is $\sqrt{\frac34}$ times the square of the length of a side. My thoughts: Let $s$ be the length of $RT$. ...
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### Pythagorean rectilinear polygons

Polygons all of whose edges meet at right angles are called rectilinear polygons. I am interested in rectilinear polygons with integer distance between each pair of vertices. Such rectilinear polygons ...
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### A question concerning radians and arc length

I was asked by a colleague yesterday about how the formula for the arc length of a circle is derived. I wanted to give them a correct answer, so I said I'd get back to them once I'd thought about it ...
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### A chain of six circles associated with a conic

I am looking for a solution of the following problem: Let $A_1, ..., A_6$ and $B_1, ..., B_6$ be 12 points lying on a conic, and suppose that for $i=1, ..., 5$ through $A_i, A_{i+1}, B_{i+1}, B_i$ ...
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### How to construct a polyhedron from given planes

This seems to be a basic questions, but I really don't know a good computer algorithm to do this. I have a set of planes (parameterized by normal direction and distance from a given point), and I want ...
How does the number of deltahedra (polyhedra with only equilateral triangles as faces) with no holes grow asymptotically as a function of the number of it's faces? If we have this as $N=g(F)$ for ...