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A Regular Polygon with an Even Number of Sides Is the Union of Rhombuses
If a regular polygon has an even number of sides, then it is the union of rhombuses.
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Izidor Hafner
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[1] G. N. Frederickson,
Dissections: Plane & Fancy
, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002 pp. 10–11.
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A Regular Polygon with an Even Number of Sides Is the Union of Rhombuses
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Published: June 11, 2013
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