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I'm sure there are easier ways to do this but the "brute force" method is to label point A as x1, y1; point b as x2, y2 and point c as x3,y3. Then just do square root of the sum of: (x2-x1)squared+(y2-y1)squared. Save this into memory 'A'. Now do the same for x2,y2 to x3,y3 and add this to the number saved in 'A' and do it once more for x3, y3 to x1, y1 and add to the number in 'A' to get the result.
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Here is a list of shuffleboard penalties:
1. When players slides their own puck beyond the scoring triangle
and into the "10 off" zone, 10 points are deducted from that player's
2. If a puck is knocked into the "10 off" zone by another
player, the player whose puck was knocked into that zone will be deducted 10
3. If a player's puck is touching the line of the "10
off" area on the shooting side before their puck is played, they will be
deducted 5 points.
4. For any shot that lands on the sideline or off the side of the
board will be deducted 10 points.
5. If any part of a player's body crosses the baseline while
shooting a puck, that player is deducted 10 points.
6. If a player accidentally shoots another player's puck, they are deducted 10 points.
For more info go to: http://www.ehow.com/about_5268271_deck-shuffleboard-rules.html
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