Math and Logic

Shaded Stars

When a regular polygon has at least five sides, extending its sides far enough creates a star shape.

What happens when we break up such a stellation into parts? Can we use its symmetry to compare the areas of the parts? Keep reading to see an example, or jump ahead to today's challenge if you feel ready.

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