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" The side of a regular inscribed hexagon is equal to the radius of the circle. "
Principles of Plane Geometry - Page 59
by James Wallace MacDonald - 1894 - 65 pages
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Kvant Selecta: Algebra and Analysis, I: Algebra and Analysis, I

Serge Tabachnikov - Mathematics - 1999 - 172 pages
...points A2, .4;i,... in consecutive order. The easiest solution is obtained for n = 6. It is known that the side of a regular inscribed hexagon is equal to the radius of the circumscribing circle. Therefore, the required "program" is as follows (see Figure 5): 1. Using a compass,...
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Minnesota School Journal, Volume 4

Education - 1904 - 366 pages
...3. Triangles that have their sides mutually proportional . Complete and demonstrate. 4. Demonstrate: The side of a regular inscribed hexagon is equal to the radius of the circle. 5. Demonstrate: A trapezoid is equivalent to the rectangle contained by its altitude and half...
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Plane Geometry

Royal A. Avery - Geometry, Modern - 1925 - 360 pages
...hexagon inscribed in the 00. 1. 15o. 2. Why? 3. Why? 4. Why? 5. Why? 6. Why? 390. Corollary I. — Each side of a regular inscribed hexagon is equal to the radius of the circle. 391. Corollary II. — Starting with any vertex of a regular inscribed hexagon, chords joining...
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Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher, Volume 38, Issue 9

Education - 1889 - 76 pages
...to construct the triangle. 5. To what is the area of a trapezoid equal ? Demonstrate. 6. Prove that the side of a regular inscribed hexagon is equal to the radius. 7. What is the sum of the angles of a nonagon? What is the regular polygon, one of whose exterior angles...
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