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Online Math: Geometry Problem 725: Kurschak's Dodecagon, Square, Equilateral Triangle, Midpoints, 30,60 Degrees. High School, College

In the diagram below, ABCD is a square with the equilateral triangles ABE, BCF, CDG, and ADH. Prove that (1) EFGH is a square; (2) The 8 intersections (N1,2..8) of the equilateral triangles and the midpoints (M1,2,3,4) of the sides of EFGH form a regular dodecagon. 

Kurschak Dodecagon, Square, Equilateral Triangle, Midpoint

See also:
Problem 1358: Square, Regular Dodecagon
Problem 1357: Regular Dodecagon, Concurrency, Collinearity
Problem 1323: Square, Regular Dodecagon


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