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Using Lagrange multiplier theory, show that the optimal angles are given by,

n1=theta1+w(y2-y3)*(sec)^2*n1

n2=theta2+w(y3-y1)*(sec)^2*n2

n3=theta3+w(y1-y2)*(sec)^2*n3

where w is a constant that ensures the lines of sight define a single point of intersection.

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