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.)
Select every other element of a vector
Find the alphabetic word product
Sum the real and imaginary parts of a complex number
y equals x divided by 2
Fault in our Stars - 01
Don't be Greedy!
Take a binary number as input,rearrange it in any manner such that its value is greater than the original one.output should be all the possible values in decimal.
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