# What is the meaning behind a red pentagon with cotton balls at the star points surrounded by a circle?

It depends where its from really. I'm not sure exactly what the image is, but it could have something to do with traditions of Sacred Geometry. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_Geometry]

### How would you draw a regular pentagon?

*Note that it is assumed you know what the terms diameter, perpendicular, bisect/bisection and intersection mean in relation to geometry. If not, they are explained in the discussion area. To construct a regular pentagon using a compass and ruler (a longer, but more precise method): # Draw a circle in which to inscribe the pentagon and mark the center point O. # Choose a point A on the circle; this will be one vertex of…

### What is a magic pentagon?

A pentagon is a geometric shape with five sides. The pentagon is a building in the United States dealing with the military of the country. I do not think there is a "magic pentagon". However, the pentagram (usually depicted as a star with a circle around it) is a common pagan symbol. These days it is associated with (but not exclusive to) those who practice Witchcraft. The practice of Witchcraft does not always include the…

### Can you cut a circle into 5 equal parts?

Answer There are 2pi radians in a full circle. If we cut a circle into 5 equal parts, each central angle will have 2pi/5 (or 72 degrees), and each arc intercepted form those central angles will be (2/5)(pi)(r). Answer Yes, you can, using just a compass and straight edge. For any given circle you construct, construct a pentagon inside it using that compass and straight edge, then use the vertices of the pentagon to divide…