# Partition of Non-Regular Prime Stellated Cyclic Polygons into Rotation Classes/Examples/Pentagons

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## Examples of Use of Partition of Non-Regular Prime Stellated Cyclic Polygons into Rotation Classes

The equivalence classes by rotation of the non-regular stellated pentagons whose vertices are equally spaced on the circumference of a circle are depicted thus.

Thus there are $2$ equivalence classes, each with $5$ elements.

Matt Westwood suggests that these equivalence classes could be nicknamed **fish** and **bat**.

## Sources

- 1971: George E. Andrews:
*Number Theory*... (previous) ... (next): $\text {3-3}$ Wilson's Theorem: Theorem $\text {3-5}$