
05914253
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2011c.00498
Bankov, Kiril
Partition of a polygon into triangles.
Math. Compet. 23, No. 2, 2329 (2011).
2011
AMT Publishing, Australian Mathematics Trust, University of Canberra, Canberra
EN
G40
plane geometry
polygons
nonregular partitions
nonregular triangles
antitriangulations
tessellations
packings
student competitions
mathematical Olympiad
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.