The trace of the walls was a polygon not unlike a capital L.
The Germans do not appear to have penetrated into the Polygon Wood at any point.
The view from the Polygon monument is desolation on all sides.
There was room there for making every sort of triangle or polygon.
For this polygon the other three problems mentioned are not solved.
It will be understood that an n-side is different from a polygon of n sides.
It will be noticed that Euclid did not use or define the word "polygon."
That is, in the second of these figures the shaded portion is not considered a polygon.
It was only in Polygon Wood that they obtained the slightest success.
You will find that if the radius of the circle be one, the side of the polygon is .264, etc.