No one really knows when humans started to count and measure.
No one knows when the first triangle was drawn, either.
Triangles are simple – the most easy Polygon to draw.
They have only 3 sides based of straight lines.
Perhaps the ancient Egyptians or the Babylonians were the first to use triangles in order to measure fields and calculate crops & taxes. Anyway the Greek wise men were the first professionals in this subject. You have surely heard of Pythagoras and his students in Samos or Euclid who had set the rules of Geometry. Yet the counting of triangles inside shapes is an esoteric field waiting for its global recognition! And now stands the first dedicated humble Triangelog in the front of this field of research.
It is available in Amazon.com!
Some of the most basic chapters & solutions will sneak to this site.
Who is the triangelog?
Is he a great descendant of a Pythagorean student
or is he a relic of the pyramids’ engineers?
Was he born and lived in a triangle house in rue du triangle
in the Elsacian city of Colmar not far from the Rhine?
We do know that he is so inspired by triangles.
He has a B.Sc. in Mathematics and is interested in riddles of any kind, Sudoku and crossword puzzles.