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revised Calculating completed percentage of a jigsaw puzzle
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comment Calculating completed percentage of a jigsaw puzzle
The answer/solution must be perceptually correct because the goal is to analyze the progress of a jigsaw puzzle and determine how much is completed. To a real person, you wouldn't count two halves of the puzzle that are fully assembled as having any more than one match left, though technically speaking, there are two.
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asked Calculating completed percentage of a jigsaw puzzle
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accepted Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
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comment Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
That is very true about the need to check the y as well. (I think I just took that for granted.)
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comment Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
I think this is essentially what Thomas described at the end of his answer.
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comment Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
I updated my question to clarify that I am trying to figure out if the line "segments" intersect.
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revised Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
I clarified that I wanted to know whether two line segments intersect (not two lines as I realize now that if two lines are not parallel they will eventually intersect).
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asked Finding out whether two line (segments) intersect
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comment Finding any point on a line if you know the slope and $y$-intercept.
This explanation really helped me as well...I was torn on which answer to accept. Thanks for the effort.
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accepted Finding any point on a line if you know the slope and $y$-intercept.
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Thanks Marvis...I'm a bit fuzzy on my algebra. That cleared it right up.
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comment Finding any point on a line if you know the slope and $y$-intercept.
This is exactly what I was wondering, but I'm a little confused as to how 3x - 3 makes x = 1. Sorry for the ignorant question but could you clarify?
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asked Finding any point on a line if you know the slope and $y$-intercept.