Limits of Recursive Triangle and Polygon Tunnels

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

In this paper we present unsolved problems that involve infinite tunnels of recursive triangles or recursive polygons, either in a decreasing or in an increasing way. The "nedians or order i in a triangle" are generalized to "nedians of ratio r" and "nedians of angle α" or "nedians at angle β", and afterwards one considers their corresponding "nedian triangles" and "nedian polygons". This tunneling idea came from physics.

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[v1] 20 Mar 2010

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