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    Rectangle relativity

    tan(A)=(b/a) tan(A')=(b'/a') When angle A or angle A' is changed, there is relation between angle and length, as tan way. That is a:b=a':b' as the number. So when angle A is bigger, a is smaller and b is longer, so tan A is bigger. This is the formula as relation for rectangle.
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    Re: Rectangle relativity

    Hey philipishin.

    What problem are you trying to solve?
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