Let $\mathcal{P}_n$ be a fixed $n$-sided regular polygon with area $A:=\vert \mathcal{P}_n\vert>0$. For any $c\in (0,A)$, I would like to find the shape of the domain $D\subset \mathcal{P}_n$ such that $\vert D \vert=c$ and the perimeter $\vert\partial D \vert$ is minimal. Do you have an idea how to tackle the problem or is there any related work you know of?

Of course, for small $c$, we can choose $D$ to be a disc because it is a global solution to the isoperimetric problem. But what happens if $c$ is too large such that the corresponding disc can not stay within the polygon?

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