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The Pythagorean Theory is closely related to the Elliptical Constant.

The Brunardot Triangle is a special Pythagorean Triangle that has a hypotenuse that is equal to the base plus one.

Both Pythagorean and Brunardot triangles can be inscribed within any elliptical shape such that they will demonstrate the Elliptical Constant.

The Brunardot Triangle is inscribed with the base congruent with the focal length (wave, "w").

The Pythagorean Triangle is inscribed with the hypotenuse congruent with the focal length
(wave, "w").


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