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Isosceles from Regular (Posted on 2012-01-20) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Which regular polygons can be dissected into isosceles triangles by non-intersecting diagonals?

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re(3): Equilateral triangle are certainly isosceles.Dustin2012-01-22 01:34:29
re(2): Equilateral triangle are certainly isosceles.Jer2012-01-21 23:11:16
re: Equilateral triangle are certainly isosceles.Dustin2012-01-21 16:55:03
Equilateral triangle are certainly isosceles.Jer2012-01-21 16:18:13
re: Ideas / Partial solution?Larry2012-01-21 15:59:43
Does equilateral count as isosceles?Larry2012-01-21 10:08:44
Ideas / Partial solution?Dustin2012-01-21 05:48:20
Some Thoughtsa conjectureDej Mar2012-01-21 04:20:41
re: Another n-gonbrianjn2012-01-21 02:49:14
Another n-gonDustin2012-01-21 02:43:21
re(2): Not sure if this is what you want - A rewrite.brianjn2012-01-21 02:16:56
re: Not sure if this is what you want - A rewrite.Jer2012-01-21 00:05:43
Not sure if this is what you wantLarry2012-01-20 23:18:38
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