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 ... More »
Napoleon's Triangle appears to be congruent to the original equilateral triangle
ABC by the SSS postulate. Now, let's see what happens when our original ...
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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 ...
Expository Paper. Napoleon's Theorem. Napoleon. Most people have heard of
Napoleon Bonaparte, the infamous emperor of France. He was well ... What most.
www.math.washington.edu/~grunbaum/A Relative of Napoleons Theorem.pdf
note is to present a result related in spirit to Napoleon's theorem, but more
complex. .... two specific instances. The simpler generalization is what is known
Could Napoleon have proved Napoleon's Theorem? ... An emperor wasn't
exactly what the revolutionaries had in mind. But Napoleon left a lasting, albeit
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 ...
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Napoleon's Theorem states that if you construct an equilateral triangle on the the
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:
This is a theorem attributed by legend to Napoleon Bonaparte. It is rather doubtful
that the Emperor actually discovered this theorem, but it is true that he was ...