### Getting started

#### by Dan Shved

After all, I’m starting a blog. The blog will be about mathematics. If this takes off and doesn’t fade away after three posts, I’ll probably make an “About” page that will explain what kind of a blog this is going to be.

The general idea is to have a place where I could keep my papers, as well as proofs and ideas that could be interesting but cannot be published in a journal for some reason.

Constructive criticism is very welcome, both about mathematics and about the language in general. If you see something in a post that looks like a grammar mistake (for instance) — please do e-mail me: danshved [at] gmail.com. This kind of feedback is very welcome (since I am an English learner).

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Dan

I have generalized your “halving a triangle” to any %Area. It’s on

https://www.facebook.com/CutTheKnotMath?hc_location=stream

Dan Hardisky danjohnhardisky@yahoo.com

Hi Daniel,

Unfortunately, I was unable to find your solution on that page. Facebook timelines contain way too much information for my taste, I got lost :).

Also, thanks for being the very first commenter!

Dan

I have two Solutions: One by Newton Iteration and the second by a Quadratic: which proves constructabilty by straight edge & compass. I can email the quadratic as PDF…. The Newton proves there are 2 solutions to every problem… (any % area)

I replied by email.

Hello. I come from Math-Stackexchange, and this is the only way I could contact you. Why did you deleted your answer to this question: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/562510/abc-in-mathbbr-prove-fracab-fracbc-fracca-fracab I couldn’t find the miscalculation you talk about.

I replied by email.