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What construction does the image below demonstrate? (picture attached)

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    The circumcenter of a regular hexagon The incenter of a regular hexagon A regular hexagon circumscribed about a circle A regular hexagon inscribed in a circle

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    @ganeshie8

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    http://www.mathopenref.com/constinhexagon.html

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    never worked hexagon constructions before, but im inclining towards last option

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    cuz, they're constructing circles of radius same as the circumcircle for each side of hexagon - so they must be doing an inscribed hexagon construction

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    in the link i gave u, u need to click RUN, it shows the actual construction steps...

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    but it doesn't have any circles outside the main one...

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    having an "arc" is same as having a "circle"

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    It's the last one A regular hexagon inscribed in a circle

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    that site was just saving ink.. . :)

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    Looks like a regular hexagon inscribed.

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    Thank you all !

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    |dw:1394824720407:dw|

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    @annas circumscribed hexagon wud look like that :)

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    however the shown construction has the hexagon inscribed inside circle, so it should be inscribed i feel

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    u wlc :)

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