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  • Trisecting of Angles: Its Applications and Consequences

Trisecting of Angles: Its Applications and Consequences

by Frantz Olivier



Cat. #: B1270  

In Greek philosophy it was encouraged to speak and also seek the truth. Many church dogmas have been debated in open forum for many years before being adopted as truth. The dilemma of trisecting angles is one of the three problems of antiquity. Proposed by the Greeks in 450BCE, it encompasses the beliefs, cultures, and habits of the period. Needless to say, the problem of trisecting angles evolves at the same time religions, Deities debate were the center of Greek culture and beliefs. Modern studies have questioned the existence and non-existence of a point where trisecting angles can take place. Thus in focusing on one aspect of the problem we denied the existence of a possible limit point. This set point may unlock the impossibility nature of the problem. This work aligns itself with the Greek tradition of exploring nature and the environment. Therefore, exploring the concept of limit point is mandatory. In the context of trisecting angles, a limit point can be called a projective point in space. Such a view point is the emergence known frequently as global positioning systems. This is by far one of the key elements for the possible solution of this problem. Throughout the many convictions my research and solutions can be challenged but it is based on the truth that a point may not exist but the limit to a point may. Thus this will form the catalyst of a contradiction and our work will remain truth.

ISBN #: 9781626325654