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1. Triangle
Triangles are uniquely determined by specifying three sides (SSS theorem), two anglesand a side (AAS theorem), or two sides with an adjacent angle (SAS theorem
http://mathworld.pdox.net/math/t/t285.htm

2. Geometria
JavaScript. Exercises. Projects. First Examples. Varignon's theorem; Napoleon'stheorem; Parabola; Nonaffin Mapping; Pick's Formula; Matrix Multiplication;
http://www.joensuu.fi/mathematics/DidMat/Ehmke/seminar-joensuu/first_examples.ht

3. Introduction To Geometry: Course Schedule
Assignment Read 5.6. Do Exercises 5.6 4,6,8. Fri. 10/12, Fagnano's theorem; Napoleon'stheorem; Fermat's Point. Assignment Read 5.7. Do Exercises 5.7 2,3,4. Mon.
http://campus.northpark.edu/math/courses/Math_3010/schedule.html

4. Site Map
These pages contain several examples of a quincunx, and simple explanationsof these concepts. Central Limit theorem Applet R. Todd Ogden; Dept.
http://www.mccallie.org/myates/5lessonplansonline.htm

5. NRICH | December 1998 | 15+ Problems | Napoleon's Theorem (Dec 98)
The Nrich Maths Project Cambridge, England. Mathematics resources for children, parents and teachers to enrich learning. Published on the 1st of each month. Problems, children's solutions, interactivities, games, articles, news
http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/dec98/just_mcprob5.html

6. Preprints 1998
Schwerkraftwirkung MSC 76B10. 9820 Martini, H.; Weißbach, B. Napoleon'sTheorem with Weights in n-Space MSC 51N10, 51N20. 98-19
http://www.math.uni-magdeburg.de/preprints/98.html

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http://140.114.32.3/summer99/18/page2.html

8. Www.math.temple.edu/~zeilberg/mamarim/mamarimTeX/Gtext
Don't worry, none of the definitions are circular. Example Look up Napoleon'sTheorem. It involves two definitions ItIsEqui and CET. Look up ItIsEqui.
http://www.math.temple.edu/~zeilberg/mamarim/mamarimTeX/Gtext