Geometrical Constants in Equilateral Triangles: Part Iby@juliafisher

Geometrical Constants in Equilateral Triangles: Part I

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This is a series consisting of three posts about the origin of the most famous object π. The plan is to take a mathematical trip to discover the mysteries and origin of π. The Equilateral Triangle is a closed geometrical shape having three sides. All it needs to be the triangle to be symmetries and it leads to a deep and deep idea about a deep idea. For example, Euler's number e is 2.71828... If we are building a sophisticated mathematical theory where we are forced to have a different value of e, then we know something is wrong!

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