The Angle Trisection Solution (A Compass-Straightedge (Ruler) Construction)
This paper is devoted to exposition of a provable classical solution for the ancient Greekâ€™s classical geometric problem of angle trisection . (Pierre Laurent Wantzel, 1837),presented an algebraic proof based on ideas from Galois field showing that, the angle trisection solution correspond to an implicit solution of the cubic equation; , which he stated as geometrically irreducible . The primary objective of this novel work is to show the possibility to solve the trisection of an arbitrary angle using the traditional Greekâ€™s tools of geometry, and refutethe presented proof of angle trisection impossibility statement. The exposedproof of the solution is theorem , which is based on the classical rules of Euclidean geometry, contrary to the Archimedes proposition of usinga marked straightedge construction , .
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