s***@gmail.com

2019-06-14 13:11:11 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

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s***@gmail.com

2019-06-14 13:11:11 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

benj

2019-06-14 13:24:47 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!

Sergio

2019-06-14 14:39:36 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find

the foci of a given ellipse.

sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!

sections, one needs to show AP this too!

Sergio

2019-06-14 17:15:10 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find

the foci of a given ellipse.

sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!

sections, one needs to show AP this too!

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Michael Moroney

2019-06-14 17:31:29 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find

the foci of a given ellipse.

sections!Â That pretty much makes your proof invalid!

sections, one needs to show AP this too!

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Archimedes Plutonium

2019-06-14 16:18:36 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

sections! That pretty much makes your proof invalid!

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Ever since Ancient Greek Times it was thought the slant cut into a cone is the ellipse. That was false. For the slant cut in every cone is a Oval, never an Ellipse. This book is a proof that the slant cut is a oval, never the ellipse. A slant cut into the Cylinder is in fact a ellipse, but never in a cone.

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j***@specsol.spam.sux.com

2019-06-14 17:38:32 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

Are you trying to relive your childhood ass hat or just going senile?

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Mitch Raemsch

2019-06-15 00:42:39 UTC

Speaking of ellipses... using only a compass and straightedge, find the foci of a given ellipse.

God creates gravity a cylinder parabola motion curve only...

God is creating gravity. Not conic variable speed curving...

Mitchell Raemsch

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