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Rockoon!

Thank you so much for your reply!

I just realized I made an assumption that may not be correct at all.
I had thought earlier that if we knew two points in degrees on the circle, then the difference or sum between them must be either one of the values of the unknown internal angle, or at least it would represent the other 3rd unknown point on the circle.

Now I'm thinking that, thats just a poor guess on my part! Frown | :(

Although, I then realized that if we knew two of the lengths of two of the sides, and if we knew that each line was associated with one of the points, then one of the lines must also intersect the two known points, and since that is the case then if the line that joins the two points is not equal to either of the two known line lengths then that gives us the missing side!?
If thats the case then its a matter of deriving where the third unknown point in degrees on the circle would be where the two known line lengths would meet?

I'm guessing, but if I'm not mistaken there could only be a maximum of two specific points on the circle where these two lines could join? But maybe only one place?
I'm hoping there is a way to 'algebra-tize' all this and then code it!? Smile | :)


Also, this is really important I feel ;

The lines of the triangle will be variable and in generic units, but say we know that the diameter of the circle is four inches. Line lengths may be values of 10, 23, 5, what ever... but they will fit proportionately in the circle, so the lines of generic unit measure need to be fit within the circle.

Here, we only know two of the points on the circle

In this exercise we don't know any of the internal angles, all we know are two points in degrees on the circle (the third is unknown) and we know that each point will be associate with one of the two known line lengths

We have the following unknowns;

All three internal angles, and one of the side lengths

All we know is two side lengths, two points on the circle in degrees where each point is associated with one of the side lengths, and we know which point on the circle is associate with which line,

We also know that the two known points on the circle must join and that this line may or may not be one of the known lines. Some sort of check, if statement could verify it when measured proprtionately somehow and if its not one of the known line lengths then we have our third unknown line
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