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assuming this is a regular pentagon (all five sides are equal length) the center is the intersection of the intersection of perpendicular bisectors of each side and should also be the center of the circle in which it is inscribed

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If the pentagon is a REGULAR pentagon. (All the sides are of equal length), Then the centres are co-centred. ( the same point).


if the pentagon is irregular then the circle centre and the pentagonal centre are not the same.

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