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Eddy <edison.spencer@gmail.com> wrote in message <8fb1c9ec-6e75-40cc-a2f4-671735ef2923@q16g2000yqq.googlegroups.com>...
> .....  I would like to limit the search for the centroids
> ..... that are within a certain angle. ......
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  You haven't made it clear what angles you are talking about.  An angle is defined by a vertex and two lines projecting from that vertex.  Which are your vertices, which are your pairs of lines?

Roger Stafford