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In mathematics, a cyclic quadrilateral is one whose vertices all lie on the same circle. In other words, every vertex is on the circumcircle of the other three. For more information, see the MathWorld ...
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### Is it a Rubik's Cube?

A venerated pass time of pedants is to point out that pictures of "Rubik's Cubes" (on t-shirts, posters etc.) are not actually solvable. The first thing that should be checked is that the cube is ...
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### Is my triangle right?

Given a, b, c the length of the three sides of a triangle, say if the triangle is right-angled (i.e. has one angle equal to 90 degrees) or not. Input Three ...
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### Does this line pass through that square?

Divide the first quadrant (including the positive x-axis, the positive y-axis, and the origin) into 1x1 grids, with each grid labelled by the coordinates of its bottom-left corner, as demonstrated ...
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### Can those squares form an imperfect square [duplicate]

Given a non-empty array of positive integers, determine if it is possible to take squares with side lengths specified by each integer, and arrange them in space such that they form a square. The ...
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### Check if rectangles fill a rectangular space without gaps or overlaps

This challenge is based on another similar challenge. Because finding the most efficient packing of rectangles is NP-hard (that is, its solution is easy to check but hard to find), this challenge is a ...
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### Is it L-convex?

Background A polyomino is called L-convex, if it's possible to travel from any tile to any other tile by an L-shaped path, that is, a path that goes in the cardinal directions and changes direction ...