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Non-Ideal Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) Modeled by the Margules Equation17b. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of an Angle Bisector, the Angle at Another Vertex and the Distance from the Third Vertex to the Angle Bisector17a. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of an Angle Bisector, the Angle at Another Vertex and Distance from the Third Vertex to the Angle Bisector16. Construct a Triangle Given Its Circumradius, Inradius and the Difference of Its Base Angles15. Construct a Triangle Given the Lengths of Two Sides and the Median to the Third Side
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Circular BilliardExternal Ballistics of Rifle Bullets14. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of the Altitude to the Base, a Base Angle and the Sum of the Lengths of the Other Two Sides5. Construct a Triangle Given Its Circumradius, the Difference of Base Angles and the Sum of the Other Two Sides12. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Perimeter and the Difference of the Base Angles
4. Construct a Triangle Given Its Circumradius, Inradius and a Vertex Angle3. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of an Altitude, the Inradius and the Difference of the Base Angles11a. Construct a Triangle Given the Lengths of Two Sides and the Bisector of Their Included Angle10. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Difference of the Base Angles and the Slope of the Median to the Base9. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Difference of the Base Angles and the Sum of the Other Two Sides
8. Construct a Triangle Given the Lengths of Two Sides and the Length of the Altitude to One of Them7. Construct a Triangle Given the Lengths of Two Sides and a Median of the Third Side2. Construct a Triangle Given the Circumradius, the Difference of the Base Angles, with the Circumcenter on the Incircle1. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of the Base, the Difference of the Base Angles and the Foot of the Altitude to the Base13. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Difference of the Base Angles and the Difference of the Lengths of the Other Two Sides