The diagonals of a rhombus have lengths of 18 and 24. How long are its sides?
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As you may have noticed, I have constructed The Who's famous bullseye logo. I did this using circles and filling. To apply a sequence to the outer blue circle, I entered Sequence[Circle[Keith, Roger], Roger, -20, 20, 1] into the input line, which shows up as AcidQueen. The two crossing lines of dots are the following sequences: Sequence[(Pete, John), Pete, -20, 20, Kenney] (which shows up as BorisTheSpider) and Sequence[(Pete, John), John, -20, 20, Kenney] (which shows up as TheWho). I'm not really sure what AcidQueen is doing. I believe that TheWho and BorisTheSpider are showing the limits for the size of my circle, based on the limits I placed on sliders Pete and John.
Furthermore, see if you can figure out all of the references I made to The Who.
This is the applet I was assigned to create for the wiki this week. The idea is that the lines created by each parametric equation should be perpendicular to each other. They should also arrive at the intersection point one t apart.
This is the paper folding problem we did from a worksheet during class on September 9th.
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