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Internal angle formula of a generalized polygon as a function of side length and apothem

I am looking to compute the internal angle of a generalized regular polygon (spherical, euclidean, or hyperbolic) as a function of its apothem and side length. I know the equation for a euclidean ...
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Is an equilateral triangle the same as an equiangular triangle, in any geometry?

I have heard of both equilateral triangles and equiangular triangles. (For example, this sporcle quiz lists both.) Are these always equivalent, regardless of geometry? I know they are the same in ...
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Is there a similar formula in spherical and hyperbolic geometry as Euclidean Geometry?

In an Euclidean plane, we know that the area of a triangle is determined by the length of base and the height, then is there a similar thing do happen in Spherical and hyperbolic spaces? In ...
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Coordinates and distance in higher dimensional spherical and hyperbolic space

For n-dimensional spherical space, it seems to me the representation of points is easiest and most manipulable as unit vectors, with distance being the vector dot product (which is the cosine of the ...