I want to create a repeating polygon in desmos with the number of repetitions equal to the number of sides. I don’t know how. I have hard coded 10 of them but I dont know who to make them repeating.

This may be more of a calculator question, but folks may find it valuable for activities as well. Could you share a graph or activity link? Without seeing it, I’d say using list comprehension can probably achieve something fairly clean, particularly if it’s a regular polygon.

Sorry I can’t figure out how to share a link

For sharing, after publishing your activity, in the upper right three dots menu, there is “Share activity”. For a desmos calculator graph, upper right has a “Share graph” button that is just a URL. Simply past them into your post or use the link button next to the italic button.

Here’s an example using list comprehension.

Sorry but i am trying to post a link and i get the message “you cant post a link to that host”

Unsure what you mean by repeating polygon, something like this?

This isn’t loading for me, but looking back I see the repeating portion. Here’s repeating polygons arranged in a circle, where the radius changes so there’s no overlap. You could possibly do in a grid as well.

just for fun a little mod of Daniel’s file: Repeated polygons | Desmos

ok I will just share the code,

a=[0,1/n,…1]

g1=polygon(glider(circle,a))

g2=polygon(midpoint(g1.segment[1,…n]))

and repeating 10 times, but I want it to repeat n times

recursive midpoints

https://www.desmos.com/geometry/ltff9s4eki

You may also be interested in this graph, Spiraling midpoints:

I dont think this is what you are wanting, but you may be able to riff off of this. I use this to show how all the parts of a polygon relate:

You can also see it used in a problem on slide 15 of this activity: