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comment How big is my pizza, if I know its slices' sizes?
That was the issue, yes. The condition in your comment is necessary, but is t sufficient?
Jun
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comment How big is my pizza, if I know its slices' sizes?
Many thanks. Although in the rigorous description in my question it is clear which slices are opposite one another, that isn't clear in the pizza question that I attempted to model with that rigorous description. That's a mistake in my model, not in your answer, but I wonder if you could edit your answer to account for it, meaning to find opposite slices from the collection of slices when they aren't in the circle.
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revised How big is my pizza, if I know its slices' sizes?
clarify (angle is at C, not O)
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comment How big is my pizza, if I know its slices' sizes?
@tpb261, interesting. I was more interested in the slices' sidelengths, to be honest, but, if you can make your method work, go for it.
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comment How big is my pizza, if I know its slices' sizes?
@TylerLevasseur, I was assuming the central angle is known.
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comment Writing equations without latex (for labelling, classification, structure analysis and rendering according to mathematical meaning)
Have you looked at w3.org/Math? It meets some, though not all, of your requirements.
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revised Probability of find finding girl from arts or science stream
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comment Why not add something to both sides of a purported identity to prove it?
@hunter, many thanks. I've voted to close as duplicate.
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asked Why not add something to both sides of a purported identity to prove it?
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answered Showing that the Triangle Inequality holds for the $L_\infty$ norm as a metric.