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How to generate a square of a given area or given perimeter?
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I've set up a .ggb that generates a circle of whatever area you specify with a slider.
I think I've done this correctly.
Next I want to add a square of the same area, also determined by the slider.
When I tried to do this it did not scale correctly but I'm not sure why.
Finally, I would like to add a square with the same perimeter as the circle, still controlled by the area slider so that the whole construction scales together.
Can anyone advise on how to construct this?
Thank you!
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I think like this:
poly1 = Polygon[Sequence[center + (sqrt(2) sqrt(area) / 2; (n 90)° + 45°), n, 1, 4]]
Raymond
Hi,
an other way...(without angle)
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https://ggbm.at/569705
Thank you both!
And wow Patrick Clément, that is spoton, color coded and everything! You are too kind.
I will study how you constructed this.
Cheers
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