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|Project Title||SQUARE PEG PROBLEM|
|Synopsis||Recently we came across a math article on the Wolfram Alpha website, titled Peg.
In the article, the author posted a math question, Which fits better, a round peg in a
square hole, or a square peg in a round hole? The author proves that a round peg
fits better into a square hole than a square peg fits into a round hole through algebraic
methods. Later on, one of us thought of an idea, It is true that in a circle, there will
always be infinite numbers of inscribed square. However, does that mean that it will
always have at least an inscribed square in any curve? We tried the problem he proposed
on our own but we were unable to prove it.
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|TEOH JUN JIE 4S1|
|FOO SHI HONG 4S1|
|TEOW HUA JUN 4S1|