Affine-regular polygon

Many properties of regular polygons are invariant under affine transformations, and affine-regular polygons share the same properties. For instance, an affine-regular quadrilateral can be equidissected into ${\displaystyle m}$ equal-area triangles if and only if ${\displaystyle m}$ is even, by affine invariance of equidissection and Monsky's theorem on equidissections of squares.[2] More generally an ${\displaystyle n}$-gon with ${\displaystyle n>4}$ may be equidissected into ${\displaystyle m}$ equal-area triangles if and only if ${\displaystyle m}$ is a multiple of ${\displaystyle n}$.[3]