# Geometry from the Land of the Incas 54/80

 Previous - Next Recent Additions (Page 54 of 80) Proposed Problem 127. Centroid and Incenter of a Triangle, Parallel, Proportions. Proposed Problem 126. Incenter of Triangle, Angle Bisector, Proportions. The significance of the Pythagorean theorem  by Jacob Bronowski. Pythagorean Theorem, 47th Proposition of Euclid's Book I. Proposed Problem 125. Area of Triangle, Star, Trisection of Sides. Proposed Problem 124. Area of triangle, Similarity, Trisection of Sides. Proposed Problem 123. Area of triangle, Similarity, Trisection of Sides. Proposed Problem 122. Marion Walter's Theorem. Area of triangle and Hexagon, Trisection of Sides. Proposed Problem 121. Similarity and Area of triangle, Trisection of Sides. Huancayo Square the Wankas. Ayacucho Square (Plaza de Armas) Ayacucho video Proposed Problem 120. Area of triangle, incenter, excircles, tangent. Proposed Problem 119. Area of triangle, incenter, excircle, tangent. Proposed Problem 118. Area of triangle, incenter, excenter, tangent. Proposed Problem 117. Area of triangle, incenter, excircles, tangent. Proposed Problem 116. Area of triangle, excircles, tangent. Proposed Problem 115. Area of triangle, excircles, tangent. Who Found Machu Picchu?. Detailed investigations by a US historian have revealed that Machu Picchu was, in fact, discovered over 40 years earlier by a German businessman. Proposed Problem 114. Area of  triangle, incircle, excircle. Proposed Problem 113. Area of triangle, incircle, excircle. Proposed Problem 112. Area of square and triangle. The Lord of Sipan, Video. Index. Proposed Problem 111. Orthogonal Circles. Go to Page: Previous | 1 | 10 | 20 | 30 | 40 | 50 | 60 | 70 | 80 | Next

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