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Answer: 12

 

What I did:

 Jul 30, 2019

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Here go.

6 from the first corner, there will be 4 more from the second vertex and another 2 from the last one.

The circle in the middle goes through more than 4 so that does not fit the requirements.

 

 Jul 31, 2019
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What are you asking us to do here, \(dgfgrafgdfge111\)

 Jul 30, 2019
edited by tommarvoloriddle  Jul 30, 2019
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Do you know the solution to the question I posted? I just showed my work as an extra. I got the wrong answer. The correct answer is 12. Do you know how?

 

( For some reason this sounds rude to me, but I have no intention of that)

dgfgrafgdfge111  Jul 30, 2019
edited by dgfgrafgdfge111  Jul 31, 2019
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Here go.

6 from the first corner, there will be 4 more from the second vertex and another 2 from the last one.

The circle in the middle goes through more than 4 so that does not fit the requirements.

 

Melody Jul 31, 2019
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Very impressive, Melody......!!!

 

I can never see these kinds of things.....sad sad sad

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jul 31, 2019
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Thanks Chris,

 

I didn't 'see' it.

I drew it using GeoGebra and and then just counted.    cheeky

Melody  Jul 31, 2019
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Wow! Thanks for the great solution Melody!!!

dgfgrafgdfge111  Aug 3, 2019

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