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Unexpected appearance of Reuleaux Triangles

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I think basically the tip gets stuck, causing the back to slide in a circular arc, then they switch and the back is stuck with the tip scraping away an arc and so on. As to why it is a triangle and not some other polygon with arcs on the sides, i have no idea.

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