Given an integer a which is the side of a square, the task is to find the biggest Reuleaux Triangle that can be inscribed within it.
Input: a = 6
Input: a = 8
Approach: We know that the Area of Reuleaux Traingle is 0.70477 * b2 where b is the distance between the parallel lines supporting the Reuleaux Triangle.
From the figure, it is clear that distance between parallel lines supporting the Reuleaux Triangle = Side of the square i.e. a
So, Area of the Reuleaux Triangle, A = 0.70477 * a2
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle within a Square which is inscribed within a Right angle Triangle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle within a Square which is inscribed within a Circle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscirbed within a square inscribed in a semicircle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a Square inscribed in an equilateral triangle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a square which is inscribed within an ellipse
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a square which is inscribed within a hexagon
- Biggest Square that can be inscribed within an Equilateral triangle
- Area of Reuleaux Triangle
- Area of a largest square fit in a right angle triangle
- Area of a square inscribed in a circle which is inscribed in an equilateral triangle
- Largest square that can be inscribed within a hexagon which is inscribed within an equilateral triangle
- Check if a number is perfect square without finding square root
- The biggest possible circle that can be inscribed in a rectangle
- Count square and non-square numbers before n
- Biggest number by arranging numbers in certain order
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