|* If angle x is in radian, curved side BKC=ax & curved side DKE=ax1.
* BC=2a*sin(x/2) and DE=2a*sin(x1/2) .....(1a) Since
* BkC/BC=(x/2)/sin (x/2) and DkE/DE=(x1/2)/sin (x1/2)
As x -> 0, the RHS tends to 1 and Bkc=BC and
* AL/KL= a*cos (x/2)/[a*(1-cos (x/2)]=1/[1/cos(x/2) -1]
and AT/KT= 1/[1/cos(x1/2) -1] ......(1c)
* Perimeter of the curved triangle ABkC is a(2+x) & curved triangle
* Area of the curved triangle ABkC is (π*a2/2π)*x =
* Area of the curved triangle ADkE is (π*a2/2π)*x1 =
* Analogous to a
triangle ABC where a/(b+c-a) +b/(a+c-b)+c/(a+b-c) =z which has a
minimum value 3, here
z=2/ x +x/(2-x) for
Curved triangle ABkC ........(5)
z1=2/ x1 +x1/(2-x1)
for Curved triangle ADkE ......(6)
* Triangular inequality : a+ax
>a => ax > 0 which is true .....(7)
inequality : a+a >ax may or may not hold good unlike a st.
line triangle where it invariably holds good.
* Putting the cosine
law, a2x2=a2+a2-2a2cos Y
where Y is a hypothetical angle, we get Y=2*sin-1(x/2)
Similarly, Putting the cosine
U where U is a hypothetical angle, we get U=cos-1(x/2)
* In curved triangle ABkC, sum of angles Y+2U= 2*sin-1(x/2)
+2*cos-1(x/2) = 2*π/2 = π where Y,U are
hypothetical angles. Same for the other curved triangle.
While analysing the equations of curved triangles, one finds that
the area formula is equivalent to that of straight triangle.The
triangular inequality partly holds good. Cosine formula can be
fitted in with hypothetical angles etc.
* If the slope of AE is m2', then the x & y co-ordinate of E (m2,n2)
are related by formula m2m2' -g1m2'+h1=n2
; and m2 can be found out by solving the quadratic equation
(1+m2'*m2')m2*m2 +2g1(m2'*m2' -1)m2 +(g1*g1+g1*g1*m2'*m2'-a*a)=0.
since m2' has 2 values and for each value of m2', m2 has 2 values =>
m2 has total 4 values and n2 has 4*2=8 values since m2' has 2