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A Product of Chord Lengths in a Circle
Let
points be placed on a circle of radius 1 dividing it into
equal arcs. If chords are drawn from one of the points to all of the others, then the product of the lengths of the chords is
.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
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This Demonstration is based on:
T. E. Price, "Products of Chord Lengths of an Ellipse,"
Mathematics Magazine
,
75
(4), 2002 pp. 300–307.
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Contributed by:
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