Random Triangles and Polygons in the Plane
Article by Jason Cantarella and Tom Needham and Clayton Shonkwiler and Gavin Stewart
In collection: Probability and statistics
We consider the problem of finding the probability that a random triangle is obtuse, which was first raised by Lewis Caroll. Our investigation leads us to a...
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