Kenneth S. answered • 12/22/16

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1. What do you consider the 'center of a triangle'? Do you want INCENTER, CIRCUMCENTER, ORTHOCENTER or CENTROID?

2. Distances are not measured in degrees (or radian), but in units of length such as centimeters, inches, etc.

Gregg K.

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Nicely said Steffen

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Steffen S.

I mean, he should have known that I understand the basic concept of measurement since:

A) I'm working on frigging calculating triangles via programming. Not understanding measurement would make such a thing an impossible task

B) I even mentioned in my initial post that the longest side on my example triangle is 5 feet long.

A) I'm working on frigging calculating triangles via programming. Not understanding measurement would make such a thing an impossible task

B) I even mentioned in my initial post that the longest side on my example triangle is 5 feet long.

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Steffen S.

2. Yes I know that, I was simply stating that for any answer given to my example that any instances of radians should be changed to degrees since that's what will occur in the program I am working on. Having some sqrt(2)/2 is great for doing maths with on paper, but it's virtually worthless when I need to know that a line is exactly 2.13851 or whatever distance long.

PS-I am not 5, and you should not assume that I am.

12/22/16