In Geometry a polygon is a plane figure that is bounded by a closed path or circuit, composed of a finite sequence of straight line segments. These segments are called its edges or sides, and the points where two edges meet are the polygon's vertices or corners. Usually two edges meeting at a corner are required to form an angle that is not straight 180°; otherwise, the line segments will be considered parts of a single edge.
Wissam Shekhani had created a new type of Polygons in Geometry Science, the "Circulo-Polygons". A "Circulo-Polygon" has no straight lines at all; The Science proved that straight lines do not exist and all straight lines are curved actually; that is where
"Circulo-Polygon" is typical to the "Polygon" type but based on the spheroid theory. "Circulo-Polygon" is a plane figure (2-dimensional plan) that is bounded by a closed path or circuit, composed of finite sequence of curved circular lines instead of straight lines. These curves are called edges as well and the points where two edges meet form a circular corner instead of a sharp angle. A Circulo-Polygon has 2 types of edges:
Corner Edges and Side Edges (see figure)
The number of edges in a "Circulo-Polygon" is double than the number of edges in a "Polygon" and the angle formed by two edges meeting is straight (180°) opposite to a normal "Polygon" where the meeting edges form an angle that is never straight.
"Circulo-Polygons" corner edges are typical circles having always the same radius and the side edges are typical circles having always the same radius too; all are meeting in a straight angle 180°.
The word "polygon" derives from the Greek "Poly = many" and "Gonia = angle"; today a polygon is more usually understood in terms of sides.
In a Circulo-Polygon; all corner edges circle centers are located inside the body of the Ciculo-Polygon and all side edges circle centers are located outside the body of the Circulo-Polygon.
All existing Polygons will have their own Circulo-Polygons; example the Square has his Circulo-Square and the Triangle has his Circulo-triangle, etc…
All Sphero-Polyhedrons are shaped from a simple Sphere, molded and shaped to have the form of a Sphero-Pyramid or Sphero-Cube, etc….
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