There are infinite ways to inscribe a n-point star on a circle (it can be as thin or as fat as we want). https://www.123rf.com/photo_75546125_stock-vector-set-of-four-golden-six-point-stars-.html The problem should be more specific about its dimensions.
I was able to solve the 1st and 3rd problem of this type using the same solution, but had to use a different one for this one. https://mathworld.wolfram.com/Hexagram.html (the problem is actually refering to a regular hexagram.)
Most nonzero elements in row
Replace NaNs with the number that appears to its left in the row.
Output any real number that is neither positive nor negative
Create an m x n array consisting only of an input value.
calculate Compound Intrest
No of squares in a grid
Cat's paw - 01
The End of the World
check whether a number is a pentatope number
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