Hello i am a bit confused when it comes to this law. How do i know when the reciprocal form is to be used And how do i know when its not to be used? If anyone could make an example. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Riazy Hello i am a bit confused when it comes to this law. How do i know when the reciprocal form is to be used And how do i know when its not to be used? If anyone could make an example. Thanks The two forms are equivalent. The non-reciprocal form nicely equals the diameter of the circle circumscribing the triangle. I can see using one or the other to try and keep very small numbers out of the denominator when doing things numerically.
Hello, Riazy! It really doesn't matter which form you use. . . However, depending on what you are seeking, . . there is a more convenient choice. Example: . Since we want , I would choose the form with on top. . .
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