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Raymond Smullyan RIP 3 Replies

Started by Parthasarathy. Last reply by Parthasarathy on Friday.

Need help with geometry proof

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CAPTCMA -- an unusual use for mathematics

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Parthasarathy replied to Parthasarathy's discussion Raymond Smullyan RIP
"An obituary I wrote, is  posted on Gonitsorap The above gonitsora article has links to  two more articles I wrote on Raymond Smullyan."
Parthasarathy replied to Parthasarathy's discussion Raymond Smullyan RIP
"You will need much more than "some time". The books are  so fascinating nd perplexing, you could be lost for days together. Any way,enjoy Raymond Smullyan, een after he is gone."
Aravinda replied to Parthasarathy's discussion Raymond Smullyan RIP
"Ah, so sad to read this.  I have so many of his books!  Will spend some time with them in his honour. "
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Need help with geometry proof

A student brought me a proof from a book.  She has to do it without trigonometry.  Can you help: Given: two triangles. The two triangles have two congruent sides.  From the angle made by these two congruent sides, draw a median to the opposite side.  The medians in the two triangles are congruent.  Can you prove that the two triangles are congruent.  See More


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