I recently wrote a post about Crockett Johnson’s *neusis* construction of a regular heptagon. Johnson’s proof that the construction was correct required heavy trigonometry. I asked if there was a geometric proof that didn’t use trigonometry.

My friend Dan Lawson came to the rescue—he posted the following lovely proof on Twitter. Thanks Dan!

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