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All composite numbers are crossed by the lines

I'm trying a version of the code with the concavity of the parabola upwards (y=x^2), but I'm not succeeding. I appreciate any help. ...
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Verifying set emptiness with FindInstance versus Reduce [closed]

I have a semialgebraic set in $\mathbb{R}^4$ that I believe to be empty. FindInstance claims that it is empty in less than ten seconds. But Reduce has run for a week without visible progress --- and ...
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Lines of intersections in a parabola

To test the parabolic sieve, my intention was for the graph to show the coordinates of two points on the parabola and the value of the intersection on the y-axis. A table with this information would ...
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How to find the nearest point using RegionNearest for this case?

Consider the following region: ...
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Approximating country by rectangles

Say I have a list of coordinates (these form the border of a country) called testpolycoords that is about 400 points long. I want to use a quadtree to divide the ...
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Make two disks just touch

I have two disks, that I want to make touching each other. One disk is fixed, the other can shift along the x axis. The shift should be determined to make the disks intersecting in one point (or have ...
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How to batch add vertex letters A, B, and C to each triangle? [closed]

How to batch add vertex letters A, B, and C to each triangle? I tried the following code myself, but was unable to successfully add it ...
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How to determine the shape of each triangle? Are they an acute, right-angled, or obtuse triangles? [duplicate]

Given the coordinates of the three vertices of multiple triangles in a list, how can we determine at once whether each triangle is acute, obtuse, or right-angled? How can we determine the shape of ...
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Is there a better method and more efficient way to determine the type of triangle based on the coordinates of its three vertices?

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How to select right triangles and non right triangles given their coordinates

I have a list of triangle coordinates in 2D-space: ...
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Fitting a disk in a non-polygonal region

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The intersection of the same overlapping rectangles

A math challenge had the following statement: [[OVERLAP -Three identical rectangular frames are placed one on top of the other, as Shown (A frame on the left tilted over the center frame and ...
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Parabola from a focus and a directrix

The code below is an attempt to obtain the graph of a parabola from two pieces of information: a focus and a directrix. I am not able to get the correct graphical shape of the parabola. I appreciate ...
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Taxicab Geometry

According to taxicab geometry, there are 1226 possible paths from A(2,5) to B(7,9), all with a distance of 9 units, |2-7|+|9-5|=9. I wanted to write a code where I could be obtaining the plots of some ...
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Solving the expression of tortoise coordinate differential equation in Mathematica

I want to solve the differential equation of the form $\dfrac{dr_*}{dr} = \dfrac{1}{\left(1-\dfrac{2M}{r}\right)}$ under the boundary conditions $\lim_{r \rightarrow 2M}r_*(r) \rightarrow - \infty$ ...
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Finite Differences:

I am having difficulty implementing finite differences in the correct columns of my code. ...
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GeoProjection used in area computation of relatively small regions

Let's define a relatively small region via GeoPosition as follows. pos = GeoPosition[{{48, 9}, {48.0001, 9}, {48.0001, 9.0001}, {48, 9.0001}}, "WGS84"] ...
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Calculating vertical displacement to intercept the perimeter of the circle after a horizontal shift

I can't come upon a solution for the question below. The background of the actual work is not interesting for the question, so l won't explain why I need the solution. I would be very thankful if ...
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How to solve this geometric problem with Mathematica?

I try to solve the following problem, making use of 14.0 on Windows 10 Let a triangle $\Delta$ (a contour with its interior) be chosen in the unit square $S$. To prove that the closure of the ...
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How to get angles along a line?

What is the best way to get the angles along a line? I have tried this for example: ...
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How to get properties from a Polygon object?

We can get polygons by this code: polys = (SeedRandom[#]; Polygon[RandomInteger[20, {4, 2}]]) & /@ Range[6] How to get those properties? When I dig ...
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Finding an ellipse of minimum area that encloses a set of points

Is there a built-in function or set of functions in Mathematica that can take a set of points in the x-y plane and determine the ellipse of minimum area that contains all of the points? I am sure ...
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How can I find distance from a point to a straight line by using projection of the point to the line?

I have a point A(1,2,3) and a line having parametric equation x = 1 + 2t, y = 3t, z = -4+6t. I want to find distance from ...
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What is simpler way to find projection of a point on a plane?

This is my code to find the coordinate of projection of the point pA = {2, 3, 5} on the plane -284 + 14 x + 2 y + 5 z == 0. <...
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Solving where an Interpolating Function crosses a Region Boundary

I have a function which takes in a parameter t and outputs a point {x, y}, which together describe a continuous and smooth curve....
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Coordinates of two points near a circle [closed]

Could someone help me find the locations of the points A and B? Let me know if you need more information. Thanks ;)
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Is this a bug in RegionEqual or something else?

Is this a bug or I am missing something again? I ran the following code on a fresh kernel and each time it outputs randomly different result consisting of all combination ...
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Is this a bug in RegionEqual?

$Version "13.0.1 for Microsoft Windows (64-bit) (January 28, 2022)" Is this a bug or I am missing something? ...
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Speeding up minimization problem related to a minimal surface

I am trying to find the minimum of the function $$f(x)=\int_0^1(1+t^x)\sqrt{1+x^2 t^{2(x-1)}}dt$$ which arises from trying to minimize the surface area of a function rotated around the $x$ axis. Here ...
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How to solve a geometric problem about a triangle using GeometricSolveValues?

I try to solve not so difficult geometric problem from an exercise book on elementary math with 14.0 on Windows 10: Let a triangle $\triangle ABC$ be given and the area of $\triangle ABC$ be equal to ...
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Volume of self-intersecting polyhedra

Is there a method to calculate the volume of self-intersecting polyhedra with Wolfram? I did the calculations by hand taking the coordinates from this site for some of them (considering $l=1$): $\...
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Integrating a function over a region defined as the epsilon-neighborhood of a triangle

I would like to integrate the function f(x,y) = x^2 + y^2 over the epsilon-neighborhood of the triangle {{-1, 0}, {0, 1}, {1, 0}}. By epsilon-neighborhood, I mean the set of points which are closer to ...
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Fit a point that defines a 90° angle

I'm trying to come up with a fit that will give me x,y coordinates of a point, that best fit in 2 slopes, the 2 slopes intercepting at 90°. At the moment I fit individually 2 lines to a 2 sets of ...
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Envelopment of space curves

In their answers to Creating sculptural forms The respondents showed how to envelop space curves with a net-like structure. I used kglr's answer to create the following function: ...
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How can I compute the maximum value of a ConditionalExpression?

If we use GeometricSolveValues in version 14.0, we can use this code to get a ConditionalExpression expr: ...
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What is another way to write the equation in the form $A x + B y + C z + D = 0$ where A > 0 and GCD[A,B,C,D]=1?

I am trying write the equation of the plane passing through a point $A(x0, y0, z0)$ and take vector $w(A,B,C)$ as a normal vector. The equation has the form $$A(x-x0) + B(y-y0) + C(z-z0)=0.$$ I would ...
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Residual triangles after incircle placement

After calculating the incircle for a triangle, I would like to get the vertex coordinates of the three left-over triangular regions. The additional constraint is that the angle bisectors are at right ...
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Fourier Coefficients of Polygon Functions [closed]

Polygon function for a regular pentagon sketched and defined below: Fourier Coefficients are required for polygon functions with sharp discontinuous vertices; $n$ can be either integer or real. In ...
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Painted faces of n×n×n cube

Given a 3×3×3 cube made of 27 unit blocks. If the cube is painted, then each of the blocks has 3 of its faces painted, a given block may have 0, 1, 2 , or 3 of its faces painted. I want to mark ...
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Wrong solution in a geometry problem

I try to solve the simple problem of finding (integer numbers) for the sides of a triangle when its perimeter is 90 and its area is twice, three times or four times this number. My approach is this: <...
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How do I find all the nets of a polyhedron?

The following will show me a single example net of a polyhedron PolyhedronData["Dodecahedron", "Net"] And ...
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Gaussian curvature of a point cloud surface

Having a set of triplets like dsurf={{x1,y1,z1},{x2,y2,z2},...} whose interpolation defines an open surface (as shown by ...
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The center of mass of a semiellipsoid

I am trying to find the center of mass of a semiellipsoid using cylindrical coordinates. r^2/a^2+z^2/b^2 < 1, z < 0 the density = 1. I know that the center of mass is (1/M int,int,int rcos(theta)...
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How to build the following region?

Consider a 3D figure defined by the dependence $\Delta x(z),\Delta y(z)$. One example is a pyramidal frustum, for which $\Delta x, \Delta y$ are linear functions of $z$, and $z$ lies inside the ...
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Leading significant digits

Given that the initial area in a Sierpinski triangle is A_0 and the subsequent areas $$(A_n) =A_0 (3/4)^n$$ , what is the formula to calculate the leading ...
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How to get a RegionIntersection output as a primitive instead of a BooleanRegion?

line = ParametricRegion[{2 + 3 t, -1 + t, 3 - 2 t}, {t}]; plane = ImplicitRegion[2 x + 3 y - z == 9, {x, y, z}]; r3 = RegionIntersection[line, plane] ...
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What are some quick methods for calculating hyperbolic equations?

Given that the hyperbola passes through three of the four points (m1, m2, m3, m4), find the equation for the hyperbola These four points are like this ...
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Problem with FindGeometricTransform and NMinimize

I'm interested in Centroidal Voronoi tessellation. Here are two examples of unit disk tessellations: They are the same with respect to rotation. Recently, I've found ...
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How to draw the trajectory of the circumscribed rectangle of an ellipse and determine the area range of the rectangle?

The equation for a known ellipse is: x^2/4 + y^2/3 == 1 The circumscribed rectangle of an ellipse, where the lines on all four sides of the rectangle are tangent ...
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A geometric application of Benford's law [duplicate]

I would like some help solving the following problem using Mathematica: Show that, no matter what the initial area of an equilateral triangle is, the sequence of areas (painted in black) of the ...
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