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My interests in Mathematics. These include, but are not limited to, Goldbach's conjecture (GC), the Collatz conjecture, The Reimann Hypothesis

My interests in Mathematics. These include, but are not limited to, Goldbach's conjecture (GC), the Collatz conjecture, The Reimann Hypothesis (RH), Special and General Relativity (SR & GR), and general number theory.

Angle "The Giant"

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Another corrected answer on Brilliant.org. Angles DAB and BCD are very acute as their opposing side (BD) is the smallest (2). BDC is similarly acute, opposite the shorter of sides length 6 or 5 (BC).
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Folding Polygons into Pyramids 2

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Some corrections to a problem result in lengthy, ongoing discussions. On Brilliant.org, my original correction still raises the question "are we missing yet more 'smart' answers?" The Original
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Folding Polygons into Pyramids

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When I find incorrect answers in Brilliant.org, which is way more often than it should be for only one month of activity, I try to report the problem. Example: Which of the following regular polygons
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Math Limerick

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A dozen, a gross, and a score plus three times the square root of four divided by seven plus five times eleven is nine squared and not a bit more $$ \frac{12+144+20+3\sqrt{4}}{7}+5\times11=9^2+0 $$ ~
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