Alhazen's problem
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Etymology[edit]
Named for a tenthcentury Arab mathematician Ibn alHaytham, whose latinized name, Alhacen, may be rendered as Alhazen.
Noun[edit]
Alhazen's problem (uncountable)
 (mathematics) A mathematical problem in which lines drawn from two points in the plane of a circle must meet at a point on the circumference, making equal angles with the normal at that point.
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mathematical problem
