AM  Vol.4 No.10 , October 2013
Rational Equiangular Polygons
Abstract: The main purpose of this note is to investigate equiangular polygons with rational edges. When the number of edges is the power of a prime, we determine simple, necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of such polygons. As special cases of our investigations, we settle two conjectures involving arithmetic polygons.
Cite this paper: Munteanu, M. and Munteanu, L. (2013) Rational Equiangular Polygons. Applied Mathematics, 4, 1460-1465. doi: 10.4236/am.2013.410197.

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