## lune of Hippocrates,

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### lune of Hippocrates,

initial quarry
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lune of Hippocrates: many a brave souls wonder into the FALSE mans hopes of squaring the circle....

this entire construct is created using a circle with the radius of 1.

the light green triangle by shape{see 2nd attachment for clearer lines of separation} has the same area of the dark orange shapes = the purple arc has the same area of the green triangle - the dark orange + purple arc triangle. {thus the purple arc is square-able}

from here the fun begins:
the dark purple arc = dark green arch + dark yellow shape : prove the area of Green and yellow arc sections are both square-able.

dark green portion x 2 has the same surface area of the light blue ellipse and is potentially square-able

light blue ellipse = dark red semi sphere shape in area {just below the black triangle}

what does all that translate too ?
= the area of a circle is potentially square-able.

8 x light blue ellipse + 8x black triangle + 4 x light grey triangle = area of a circle.

the number remains transcendental as the light blue ellipse happens to be the square of a square product and rounding errors will always extrapolate as its a multiplied by a factor of 8.

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### Re: lune of Hippocrates,

This is what happens when you put 5 lunatics together in the same (square) room ...

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### Re: lune of Hippocrates,

Nice one math magic, but on the more serious side i did find potential proof of the area of the blue area as square of area =
0.009786........ Infinite repeating

Fun fun
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