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Polygon
s
October 26, 2013
Basic Two Dimensional Shapes
Name

Definition

Square

it can be generalized as a
variety of rectangles when the
dimension...
Regular Polygons
Name

Definition

Triangle

Also called trigon. Short names
include tri and equit (for equalateral
triang...
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Polygons

  1. 1. Polygon s October 26, 2013
  2. 2. Basic Two Dimensional Shapes Name Definition Square it can be generalized as a variety of rectangles when the dimensions are of different length. The square is the square of the dyad (line segment) and the rectangle is a dyad times a dyad (of variant no flat dimensions, both lengths). It could be dimensions are curved represented by roll back and together. It can ||. forth on a linear path. It could be represented as (). Sometimes the word "circle" refers to the hollow version where the solid version is called a disk. Circle
  3. 3. Regular Polygons Name Definition Triangle Also called trigon. Short names include tri and equit (for equalateral triangle). It has 3 vertices and 3 edges. Non regular triangles include isot (isosceles) and scalene. Symbol is ox Square Also called tetragon or tetrangle. It has 4 vertices and 4 edges. The symbol can be o'x or x x. Pentagon Short name is pe. It has 5 vertices and 5 edges. Symbol is o^x. Hexagon Commonly called hex (not to be confused with the hexadecachoron's short name). My short name for it is he. It has 6 vertices and 6 edges. The symbol is either o6x (hexagon symmetry) or xx (trigon symmetry). Heptagon Short name is ha. It has 7 vertices and 7 edges. Symbol is o7x. Octagon Short name is oc. It has 8 vertices and 8 edges. Symbol can be either o8x or x'x depending on which symmetry we consider it under.
  4. 4. Star Cases
  5. 5. Binary Filling of Stars

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