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    Re: Still on LOP's
    From: Rodney Myrvaagnes
    Date: 2002 Apr 21, 19:34 -0500

    Me culpa. Trevor (and George) is right here. The triangle is the larger
    one, and 25% is exacty correct for this case, which is not a more
    plausible case than my first one.
    On Sat, 20 Apr 2002 19:49:12 -0300, Trevor J. Kenchington wrote:
    > >One possibility is that they are just wide enough to make all three
    >observations possible. That results in the traditronal center point of
    > >the triangle being the only non-zero probability.
    > >
    > >Another possibility is to make the rectangles just cover all the other
    >observations. If the cocked hat happens to be equilateral, the
    > >non-zero area expands to fill the triangle, and is zero everywhere
    > >
    >Not as I plot it out. I have a non-zero area covering a large
    >equilateral triangle, comprising the cocked hat and three identical
    >triangles, each abutting one side of the 'hat. In short, that model fits
    >George's 25% probability that the true position is inside the 'hat.
    Rodney Myrvaagnes                                                        J36 Gjo/a
    "Nuke the gay whales for Jesus" -- anon T-shirt

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