Originally posted by Stefan Wagner:
A)
This circle, drawn with the Bresenhamalgorightm, might not look like a circle, depending on your fontsettings.
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Originally posted by Ryan McGuire:
A. Under this new 'distance' definition, what does a circle look like? (A circle is the set of points that are all some constant distance from a given point.)
Originally posted by Ryan McGuire:
B. What about an elipse (the points whose sum of distances from two points (the foci) is some constant)?
Originally posted by Ryan McGuire:
C. A parabola (the points that are equidistant from a point and a line)?
Originally posted by Ryan McGuire:
D. A hyperbola (the points whose difference of distances from two points is some constant)?
Here are 3 possibilities:
Originally posted by Ryan McGuire:
Have fun.
I did! Thanks for this nice puzzle.
Peter
Each number system has exactly 10 different digits.
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Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
Yeah, I woulnd't mind seeing that. I forgot consider the issue with parabolas and skew lines. Figuring out the other cases took too much out of me. Good puzzle, thanks for the fun.
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