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accepted Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
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revised Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
Just the problem
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comment Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
Ok, it is a part of a problem that I'm trying to solve here. There is a naive solution in $n^4$, the reduction to $n^3$ needs to do this check.
Apr
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comment Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
Will it work even with convex poligons?
Apr
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comment Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
Very interesting method.
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asked Which sides of a triangle are visible to an observator?
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accepted How to understand this circuit?
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comment How to understand this circuit?
Really helpful, best answer ever. Thank you. I guess the main problem for me is the bad interpretation of the picture.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to understand this circuit?
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revised How to understand this circuit?
edited body
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comment How to understand this circuit?
Wow, sorry, It is (30/11 + 1)k.
Nov
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comment How to understand this circuit?
Ok, sorry Adam, the picture is ambiguous.
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