Given three points of a regular polygon( n > 3), find the minimum area of a regular polygon (all sides same) possible with the points given .
Input : 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 Output : 1.00 By taking point (1.00, 0.00) square is formed of side 1.0 so area = 1.00 .
One thing to note in question before we proceed is that the number of sides must be at least 4 (note n > 3 condition)..
Here, we have to find the minimum area possible for a regular polygon, so to calculate minimum possible area, we need calculate required value of n . As the side length is not given, so we first calculate circumradius of the triangle formed by the points. It is given by the formula
R = abc / 4A
where a, b, c are the sides of the triangle formed and A is the area of the traingle. Here, the area of triangle can be calculated by Heron’s Formula .
After calculating circumradius of the triangle, we calculate the area of the polygon by the formula
A = nX ( sin(360/n) xr2 /2 )
Here r represents the circumradius of n-gon ( regular polygon of n sides ) .
But, first we have to calculate value of n . To calculate n we first have to calculate all the angles of triangle by the cosine formula
cosA = ( b2+c2-a2 ) / 2bc
cosB = ( a2+c2-b2 ) / 2ac
cosC = ( a2+b2-c2 ) / 2ab
Then, n is given by
n = pi / GCD (A , B, C )
where A, B and C are the angles of the triangle . After calculating n we substitute this value to the formula for calculating area of polygon .
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