id: 02322431
dt: j
an: 1998c.02003
au: Peterson, B.; Jordan, J.
ti: Integer geometry: some examples and constructions.
so: Math. Gaz. 81, No. 490, 18-28 (1997).
py: 1997
pu: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge; Mathematical Association (MA),
Leicester
la: EN
cc: G90
ut: erdoes problems; integer polygons; integer polyhedra; cuboids; hexahedra
ci:
li: doi:10.2307/3618764
ab: An integer polygon is a convex set of points in the plane such that no
three are collinear and the distance between any two points is an
integer; the measure used to order polygons is perimeter plus, the sum
of all the edges and diagonals. This is generalized to integer
polyhedra. The theorems of Pythagoras and Ptolemy are used to explore
these polygons and polyhedra.
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