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Would you like to figure out and easy way Anonymous 22/07/07(Thu)04:55 No. 18291 ID: 838b0b
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File 165716253059.png - (13.87KB , 737x625 , 124.png )

to find the hardest thing to do in horology? What is the length and function of curvature of D?

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Anonymous 22/07/07(Thu)18:25 No. 18293 ID: 838b0b

Your image isn't accurate, are they supposed to be circles?


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Anonymous 22/07/11(Mon)17:58 No. 18296 ID: 38f731

The problem is insufficiently specified.


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Anonymous 22/12/26(Mon)06:27 No. 18425 ID: c9d146
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Use parabolic arcs



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