Geometry
posted by Christopher .
(1) Construct a regular hexagon 55mm across the flat. Within it inscribe the largest possible isoscelence triangle having it base 40mm long across the flat. (2) Construct a regular octagon within the following direct 45mm across the flat, 50mm across the cornes. (3) construct a regular pentagon given a diagonal AB 60mm long.
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