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A triacontagon
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triacontagon (plural triacontagons)

  1. (geometry) A regular polygon with thirty sides.
    • 1947, H. S. M. Coxeter, Regular Polytopes, 2012, unnumbered page,
      After projection onto the (x1, x2) plane, the A’s, B’s, C’s, and D’s form four concentric triacontagons, inscribed in circles of radii a, b, c, and d.
    • 1964 July, B. L. Chilton, On the Projection of the Regular Polytope {5, 3, 3} into a Regular Triacontagon, Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, Volume 7, Number 3, page 386,
      In the projection the 600 points can be classified in 12 sets: each set consists of either of 30 or of 60 vertices which lie on a circle concentric with the outer triacontagon.
    • 1997, Johannes Kepler, E. J. Aiton, Alistair Matheson Duncan, Judith Veronica Field (translators), The Harmony of the World, [1619, Harmonices Mundi], American Philosophical Society, Volume 309, page 59,
      What should the decision now be about the sides of the Triacontagon?


  • (30-sided polygon): 30-gon

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