Worked example for this type of module: http://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/triangles/e/geometry_proofs_1

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Shown is a continuous sweep of the 1d family of triangular orbits in an elliptical billiard. Point P1 in the orbit is computed with (a/b Cos(t), Sin(t)) for some t in 0 to 2pi. For every t, P2 is found numerically such that it yields a perfect triangular orbit. It turns out the locus of…

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