The question: a scalene triangle determines exactly how many circles, where only the vertices of the triangle are uniquely used, or the body of the triangle in general (i.e. no arbitrarily specified points, such as the midpoint of any of the sides, are used to determine a circle)? The answer is surprisingly high! Key thoughts: a circle can be uniquely determined by 3 non-collinear... read more
I actually don't need the answer as much as how to figure out the problems. I don't know how to do it with out know another side or angle.
there are two cases to the problem. thats all i know.