How to replicate the drawing of an isosceles triangle in the triangulation of a regular polygon?

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How to replicate the drawing of an isosceles triangle in the triangulation of a regular polygon when the number of triangles in the regular polygon increases. The drawing must replicate the pattern of the isosceles triangle in the triangles that the regular polygon has.

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How to replicate the drawing of an isosceles triangle in the triangulation of a regular polygon when the number of triangles in the regular polygon increases. The drawing must replicate the pattern of the isosceles triangle in the triangles that the regular polygon has. I paint the drawing in the isosceles triangle with a point in trace mode but the symmetry is lost when I change the number of triangles in the regular polygon.

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I already found the error and made the adjustments.

I had to give the shape of the isosceles triangle of the interior angle in the regular polygon and scale the dimensions of the view to the triangle plus rotate the regular polygon with respect to the interior angle of the triangle so that the triangle above would be aligned to the one I had using the formula aR = (pi-aI) / 2.

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