Napoleon's theorem - Wikipedia
In geometry, Napoleon's theorem states that if equilateral triangles are
constructed on the sides of any triangle, either all outward or all inward, the
centres of ...

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Napoleon's theorem states that if we construct equilateral triangles on the sides
.... original triangle, what is the edge length of "Napoleon's equilateral triangle"?

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Napoleon's Theorem, a couple of simple proofs by Scott Brodie, MD, PhD.
Hammer and Tongs trigonometry.

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Mathematical Association of America, Napoleon's Theorem, Douglas' Theorem.

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This theorem is generally attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),
although it has also been traced back to 1825 (Schmidt 1990, Wentzel 1992,
Eddy and ...

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Napoleon's Theorem: If equilateral triangles are erected externally on the sides of
... In other words, no matter what shape the original triangle has, we get the ...

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This theorem is credited to Napoleon, who was fond of mathematics, though
many doubt that he knew enough math to discover it! How to Cite this Page:

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Napoleon is best known as a military genius and Emperor of France but he was
also an outstanding mathematics student. He was born ... The famous Napoleon
Theorem is stated by Coxeter and Greitzer as follows: .... What else might it be?

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Could Napoleon have proved Napoleon's Theorem? ... An emperor wasn't
exactly what the revolutionaries had in mind. But Napoleon left a lasting, albeit
mixed, ...

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A Template for Napoleon's Theorem Explorations ... What happens when you
reflect each centroid over the closest edge of your original triangle? What is the ...