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Topic: Very complex geometry problem
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Sujeet Kumar

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From: Patna
Registered: 10/21/10
Re: Very complex geometry problem
Posted: Jan 12, 2011 8:20 AM
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> Dear Sujeet,
>
> According to a paper by Bjorn Poonen and Michael
> Rubinstein
> "the number of intersection points made by the
> diagonals of a regular polygon"
> available at Arxiv http://arxiv.org/pdf/math/9508209
>
>
> "In particular, it is impossible to have 8 or more
> diagonals of
> a regular n-gon meeting at a point other than the
> center."
>
> Best Regards.


Can we not simplify that paper?My aim was that someone gives some idea easier to grasp more importantly something more pure geometric.
You had mentioned another 2 papers by C. Tripp and J.F.
Rigby also mentioned in this paper.
Can you tell, how to get these papers?
Best Regards



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