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Thread: Triad Grounding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony S View Post
    Then you would have an isosceles triangle.
    You may want to re-think that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDigger View Post
    IMHO it really gets interesting when the third side is *more* than the sum of the other two.
    Definitely not just a straight line!

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    Not to scale, but you would end up with something like this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by K8MHZ View Post
    Not to scale, but you would end up with something like this:


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    I did not realize that we were including non-Euclidean geometry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldDigger View Post
    I did not realize that we were including non-Euclidean geometry.
    Right, the appearance of a forth curved (line)will take it farther down to Newtonian Curves.

    Apart from the 300 BC Geometric family tree studied by Euclid . . . the Geometric Calculus, and followed by Descartes, all the way to what we encounter in engineering equations in Geometric Algebra Calculus are in excess of what electricians would probably need to make a living.
    Don't you think?
    Last edited by myspark; 03-11-18 at 08:02 AM.

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