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Re-exploration of regular n-gon polygons.

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#11 BMAD


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Posted 30 March 2013 - 11:35 PM

I don't like the implications of negative angles, but if you use them, then

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As for irrational numbers...well I don't (want to) know.

I fully agree with your analysis Paralogic but now how do you identify the 'sides' of the shapes.  In the case of 1.75-a-gon for example, where is the 1.75 sides?  Also if a pentagon makes the same shape that a 1.25-a-gon makes (which i can confirm that it does -except the shape is flipped if created in the way described in the op) then is the shape the same?  Does the shape have 5 sides or 1.25 sides or both?

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