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Subject: Re: Calculate the coordinates of the 3rd vertex of a spherical triangle knowing the other 2 vertices, angles and edge lengths
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"Roger Stafford" <> wrote in message <i3q51l$3b5$>...
>   .......  It would make more sense to generate one point known to be in the interior of one triangle and then to ask whether it also lay inside the other triangle.  However, that is still far more work than is necessary.
> Roger Stafford
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  Whoops!  Cancel those last two sentences that begin with "It would make more sense ....."  It was a mental aberration.  Just stick to the determinant method.

Roger Stafford