Missouri State University's
Barth's Sixth-Degree Surface
rendered by Tore Nordstrand
A polygonal ring is a ring of congruent regular polygons (with a hole in the middle) such that every polygon shares an edge with some other polygon. Polygonal rings using equilateral triangles and squares are shown below.
For which n can a regular n-gon be used to form a polygonal ring?
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