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\iteman{ZMATH 2011c.00498}
\itemau{Bankov, Kiril}
\itemti{Partition of a polygon into triangles.}
\itemso{Math. Compet. 23, No. 2, 23-29 (2011).}
\itemab
From the introduction: A partition of a polygon into triangles means to represent the polygon as a union of triangles in such a way that any two triangles do not have a common interior point. If any two triangles have either a common side or a common vertex, or do not have a common point at all, the partition is called a triangulation. This paper deals with partitions that are not triangulations.
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\itemcc{G40}
\itemut{plane geometry; polygons; non-regular partitions; non-regular triangles; anti-triangulations; tessellations; packings; student competitions; mathematical Olympiad}
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