Proposition: Prop. 12.01: Areas of Similar Polygons Inscribed in Circles are as Squares on Diameters
Euclid's Formulation
Similar polygons (inscribed) in circles are to one another as the squares on the diameters (of the circles).
* Let $ABC$ and $FGH$ be circles, and let $ABCDE$ and $FGHKL$ be similar polygons (inscribed) in them (respectively), and let $BM$ and $GN$ be the diameters of the circles (respectively).
* I say that as the square on $BM$ is to the square on $GN$, so polygon $ABCDE$ (is) to polygon $FGHKL$.
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