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Book IV Proposition 15 | |
I say that the hexagon ABCDEF is equilateral and equiangular. For, since the point G is the center of the circle ABCDEF, GE is equal to GD. Again, since the point D is the center of the circle GCH, DE is equal to DG. But GE is was proved equal to DG therefore GE is also equal to ED; therefore the triangle EGD is equilateral. |
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