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flat assembler > Heap > Ruler with two marks v.s. Ruler of finite length

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Ruler with two marks v.s. Ruler of finite length
Both ruler with two marks and ruler of finite length can do more than ruler and compasses if given finite points and the result is also finite point.
ruler with two marks can obviously do anything that ruler of finite length can do. (just use the part between two marks)
So is ruler with two marks stronger(can do more) or as strong as ruler of finite length?
Post 29 Dec 2016, 05:33
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