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Finding the area of a regular polygon 2007-05-04
From Dana:
We are trying to figure the square footage of a tetradecagon....sort of a round house with 14 sides that are 8 ft' in length. It has a height of 9 ft. How do we figure the square footage of this?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The side of a heptagon 2008-01-14
From Peter:
Find the length of one side of each regular polygon.

heptagon with an apothem of 15mm and the area=758mm2

Answered by Penny Nom.
The area of a heptagon 2007-04-14
From Chantel:
Would you be able to tell me the formula to work out the area of a heptagon? thank you.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Constructions of polygons 2003-01-03
From Garrett:
Our teacher just finished the constructions unit, and he mentioned briefly about odd sided figures such as pentagons and septagons, only that they're very hard. My question is, how do you draw, with a compass and a straight edge, a pentagon and septagon?
Answered by Chris Fisher.



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