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a polygon with 10 sides and 10 angles

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Decagons instruments measure water in soils, foods, pharmaceuticals, and other porous media.
Other treats in store this series include a couple who have to build 60 per cent of their new house underground in order to keep within height restrictions in their Grade II listed area, a Gothic-style home in Monmouthshire and a beautiful stone building made of interlinking decagons.
By using these triangles you can find the Phi ratio hidden in pentagons, pentagrams and decagons.
Later, Petra Gummelt of the Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald in Germany proved mathematically that Burkov's overlapping decagons are indeed equivalent to a quasiperiodic Penrose tiling.
We were also able to exploit the translucent appearance of the Lumira aerogel to enhance the exterior design of the building by contrasting clean hi-tech glass sheets against a playful pattern of decagons formed in the adjacent concrete panels.
In 1966, US mathematician Dr Norman Johnson presented an article in the Canadian Mathematical Journal, in which he described the set of three-dimensional solids whose faces are a mixture of triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, and decagons.