Wildberger, N. J.
March 2010
Mathematical Intelligencer;Mar2010, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the chromogeometry which is a three-fold symmetry used in both physics and mathematics. It informs that three geometries support each other. Chronogeometry involves the concepts of rational trigonometry, three-fold symmetry and quadreas. The concepts of altitudes, orthocenters and many others are also discussed. It also gives several theorems and equations in support of the same. Several diagrams related to chromogeometry are also presented.


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