Euclid's Muse

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by Nick Halsey

Tridecagon Diagonals, Circles and Tangents

You'll want to start out with the heptagon and work your way up. This one's the same as all the others, just with a 13-sided regular polygon. Observe the tangencies to diagonals of circles centered at intersections of diagonals, when the circles are resized (by dragging). This is a smaller version that works well on most monitors (zoom in with two-finger touch). Bigger version here.
by Phil Todd

September Problem

The radii of the small circles add up to that of the large circle. Why?
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