Sequence command doesn't consider all intersections and tangents

Clueid shared this problem 2 months ago
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Hello,


When putting Intersect() or Tangent() commands in Sequence() or Zip(), the command does not consider all possible tangents or intersections.

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sorry, I don't understand Your Question.


Verbinde ( Zip( { Tangente(P, d) } , P, l1))

----> {

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Another example:

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Have you tried Intersect(a,b,1) and Intersect(a,b,2)?

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Yes, but unfortunately, it does not work for tangents :(

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ein Versuch: l1: Liste von lines, c: circle


Verbinde(Zip({Schneide(c, g)}, g, l1))

W.F.

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Thanks for the reply, but what about Tangent()?

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Zip( { Schneide(c,t) },t,l2)

----->{ ---->}

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I don't want the second intersection of the tangents.

Given a list of points, I want to draw BOTH tangents from these list of points to the circle.


Instead of this:

/A4CG78f3Zkw3AAAAAElFTkSuQmCC


I want this:


/sItr0ejGICoAAAAASUVORK5CYII=


From each point, TWO tangents should be drawn. Not one.

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sorry, I don't understand Your Question.


Verbinde ( Zip( { Tangente(P, d) } , P, l1))

----> {

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All right, thanks. This was what I wanted.

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You can also try

{Intersect(f,g)}

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Can you explain why the program doesn't from the beginning consider all possible intersections, please?

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