Analisys of sources in references of the Wikipedia ariticle en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangle

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construction.com | archrecord.construction.com↓ (3) | 3 | 7186 | 4647 |

wiktionary.org | en.wiktionary.org↓ (2) | 2 | 1534 | 2593 |

archive.org | archive.org↓ (2) | 2 | 2 | 2 |

fau.edu | forumgeom.fau.edu↓ (2) | 2 | 4900 | 3544 |

clarku.edu | aleph0.clarku.edu↓ (1), clarku.edu↓ (1) | 2 | 3792 | 3300 |

mathsisfun.com | mathsisfun.com↓ (1) | 1 | 9756 | 6653 |

perseus.org | data.perseus.org↓ (1) | 1 | 3323 | 2021 |

central.edu | central.edu↓ (1) | 1 | low | low |

maa.org | mathdl.maa.org↓ (1) | 1 | 2315 | 1727 |

doi.org | doi.org↓ (1) | 1 | 54 | 180 |

ams.org | mathscinet.ams.org↓ (1) | 1 | 972 | 749 |

latimes.com | articles.latimes.com↓ (1) | 1 | 12 | 10 |

nytimes.com | nytimes.com↓ (1) | 1 | 3 | 3 |

architectureweek.com | architectureweek.com↓ (1) | 1 | low | low |

boston.com | boston.com↓ (1) | 1 | 238 | 156 |

- 35. Jodidio, Philip (2009). "Triangle House in Norway".
*Architecture Week*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.Local zoning restrictions determined both the plan and the height of the Triangle House in Nesodden, Norway, which offers views toward the sea through a surrounding pine forest.

- 8. Zeidler, Eberhard (2004).
*Oxford Users' Guide to Mathematics*. Oxford University Press. p. 729. ISBN 978-0-19-850763-5. - 19.
*The Āryabhaṭīya*by Āryabhaṭa (translated into English by Walter Eugene Clark, 1930) hosted online by the Internet Archive.

- 36. Metz, Tracy (July 2009). "The Chapel of the Deaconesses of Reuilly".
*Architectural Record*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.the classical functions of a church in two pure forms: a stark triangle of glass and, inside it, a rounded, egglike structure made of wood.

- 37. Deborah Snoonian, P.E. (5 March 2011). "Tech Briefs: Seismic framing technology and smart siting aid a California community college".
*Architectural Record*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.More strength, less material ... They share a common material language of structural steel, glass and metal panels, and stucco cladding; their angular, dynamic volumes, folded roof plates, and triangular forms are meant to suggest the plate tectonics of the shifting ground planes they sit on.

- 38. Sarah Amelar (November 2006). "Prairie Ridge Ecostation for Wildlife and Learning".
*Architectural Record*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.Perched like a tree house, the $300,000 structure sits lightly on the terrain, letting the land flow beneath it. Much of the building rests on three triangular heavy-timber frames on a concrete pad.

- 33. "Tokyo Designers Envision 500-Story Tower".
*Los Angeles Times*. Associated Press. 10 November 1989. Retrieved 5 March 2011.A construction company said Thursday that it has designed a 500-story skyscraper for Tokyo, ... The building is shaped like a triangle, becoming smaller at the top to help it absorb shock waves. It would have a number of tunnels to let typhoon winds pass through rather than hitting the building with full force.

- 39. Joshua Rothman (13 March 2011). "Building a better brick".
*Boston Globe*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.Bricks are among the world's oldest building materials – the first were used as long ago as 7,500 B.C. ... An especially beautiful proposal by Rizal Muslimin at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology came in as a runner-up: BeadBricks are flat, triangular bricks that can be combined in three dimensions (rather than the usual two).

- 18. "Euclid's Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem | Synaptic".
*Central College*. Retrieved 12 July 2023.

- 16. Prof. David E. Joyce. "The Laws of Cosines and Sines". Clark University. Retrieved 1 November 2008.

- 31. Chandran, Sharat; Mount, David M. (1992). "A parallel algorithm for enclosed and enclosing triangles".
*International Journal of Computational Geometry & Applications*.**2**(2): 191–214. doi:10.1142/S0218195992000123. MR 1168956.

- 5. Euclid defines isosceles triangles based on the number of equal sides, i.e.
*only two equal sides*. An alternative approach defines isosceles triangles based on shared properties, i.e.*equilateral triangles are a special case of isosceles triangles*. wikt:Isosceles triangle - 11. The
*n*external angles of any*n*-sided convex polygon add up to 360 degrees.

- 22. "Oxman, Victor. "On the existence of triangles with given lengths of one side and two adjacent angle bisectors",
*Forum Geometricorum*4, 2004, 215–218" (PDF). - 30. "Victor Oxman and Moshe Stupel, "Why Are the Side Lengths of the Squares Inscribed in a Triangle so Close to Each Other?",
*Forum Geometricorum*13 (2013) 113–115".

- 26. Kalman, Dan. "An Elementary Proof of Marden's Theorem", 2008,
*American Mathematical Monthly*115, 330–338.

- 31. Chandran, Sharat; Mount, David M. (1992). "A parallel algorithm for enclosed and enclosing triangles".
*International Journal of Computational Geometry & Applications*.**2**(2): 191–214. doi:10.1142/S0218195992000123. MR 1168956.

- 2. "Triangles - Equilateral, Isosceles and Scalene".
*www.mathsisfun.com*. Retrieved 1 September 2020.

- 1. Weisstein, Eric W. "Triangle".
*MathWorld*. - 4. Weisstein, Eric W. "Equilateral Triangle".
*MathWorld*. - 6. Weisstein, Eric W. "Isosceles Triangle".
*MathWorld*. - 7. Weisstein, Eric W. "Scalene triangle".
*MathWorld*. - 17. Weisstein, Eric W. "Law of Tangents".
*Wolfram MathWorld*. Retrieved 26 July 2012. - 20. Weisstein, Eric W. "Triangle area".
*MathWorld*. - 28. Weisstein, Eric W. "Triangle Circumscribing".
*Wolfram Math World*.

- 34. Stapinski, Helene (26 May 2010). "A Quirky Building That Has Charmed Its Tenants".
*The New York Times*. Retrieved 5 March 2011.Though it is hard to configure office space in a triangle

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