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12 December

There are 2600 different ways to pick three vertices of a regular 26-sided shape. Sometime the three vertices you pick form a right angled triangle.
These three vertices form a right angled triangle.
Today's number is the number of different ways to pick three vertices of a regular 26-sided shape so that the three vertices make a right angled triangle.

 

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Dodexagon

In the diagram, B, A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L are the vertices of a regular dodecagon and B, A, M, N, O and P are the vertices of a regular hexagon.
Show that A, M and E lie on a straight line.

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