I randomly throw 5 points into a square and draw a second-order curve through them.
These are two curves - a hyperbola (71.993%) and an Ellipse (100% - 71.993% = 29.067%).
Is it a new math constants?
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The Mathcad 15 sheet in attach
Physical Mathematics
Attached is a Mathcad 15 file (in pdf since the live file doesn't post) with some investigations inspired by V. Ochkov's question of the points: deciding whether the conic determined by 5 random points in a square is hyperbola or an ellipse. I'm no closer to identifying the mysterious constant 0.29 . . . but have been having fun with Mathcad 15. Stay tuned.
(The file is large, and taxes the memory of my machine.)
Frank Purcell
twinprime@att.net
Thanks Frank for the answer!
1. Attach please not *.xmcd but *.rar file!
2. It is not V Ochkov but V Points problem and may by constants!
3. I am looking for new letters!
Valery: attached, I hope, is the rar file for the V points problem that I sent yesterday in pdf; more files on the way as I get them organized and cleaned up.
Best,
Frank
Hi Frank!
Can you read an edit the article about V Points problem?
You can insert some thing and be a coauthor!
Regards
val
@ValeryOchkov wrote:
I randomly throw 5 points into a square and draw a second-order curve through them.
These are two curves - a hyperbola (71.993%) and an Ellipse (100% - 71.993% = 29.067%).Is it a new math constants?
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The Mathcad 15 sheet in attach
Physical Mathematics
It is a (new) math constant Pi / 12 = 28.06902 %