







Finding the area of a regular polygon 
20070504 

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 area of a regular octagon 
20061022 

From Farhana: I have a regular octagon with sides of 0.8m and I need to find the area, Answered by Karen McIver and Penny Nom. 





The perimeter of a regular octagon 
20060420 

From Martin: I would like to make an octagon out of 2x4 lumber. I know that the lumber needs to be cut at 67.5 degree angles, but how do I determine the length of each piece if I want to make, say, a 2.5 ft diameter octagon? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





The area of an irregular octagon 
20131118 

From zafar: if i have a rectangular octagon then how i can find its area
1. The length of rectangle is 42 and the width is 21 and and the base length is 4212 =30 i mean the
length of base =30 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A raised bed in the shape of an octagon 
20121122 

From pat: I want to make raisedbed gardens  usually 4' square, but want to be more creative by creating octagonal boxes. The ideal size for square beds is 4'x4'. The boards are 8' long, so I want to get as much out of a board as I can. If I want an octagon with a diameter of 4', I think the sides would be (rounded off) about 1.5' each using 2 full boards with a little waste and the growing space would be less than a 4' square (16 square feet). If I want to increase the length of each side to 2' each (getting the max from a board), what will the diameter of this octagon be so I can determine the growing space of the box. (The reason a 4' square is important in gardening, besides maximizing the wood, is that a person can reach into the center to plant and pick veggies without stepping on the soil, so diameter is important). My math days are long over and I'm having trouble working with octagons! Thank you! Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal sandbox around a pool 
20120612 

From Linda: My pool is 15 feet across and it is round.
How do I measure to cut wood to build a sandbox around it? was thinking it will look like an octagon.
Thanks Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal home 
20120529 

From Jan: Lot size is 30' by 30' will a 1,165sq ft. Octagon home fit on lot? I don't know the wall size's only the total size of building? Thank You for have this?
If this won't fit what size in sq ft will fit? Answered by Penny Nom. 





A circle inscribed in a regular octagon 
20120116 

From Eric: I have a circle inscribed in a regular octagon. How do I determine the length of one side of the octagon if I know the radius of the circle (2.75 inches) ? Answered by p. 





The sides of a regular octagon of area 800 sq. ft. 
20110921 

From Susan: Help please. I am building an octagon tree house to live in. I would
like the total square footage to equal 800 to 1,000 sq ft. How long
should each side of the octagon be.
tx, susan Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal fire pit 
20110819 

From terry: i have a 18 ft diameter gravel circle laid down for a fire pit. i want to lay the paver stones out in a octagon pattern. How long would the sides of my octagon be to fit center on the 18 ft diameter of gravel base? Answered by Penny Nom. 





A concrete octagonal pad 
20110804 

From Tina: I have a project where I need to construct a concrete octagonal pad. Each side is 12' and it is 5" deep. Please tell me how to calculate square yards of concrete. Thank you. Answered by Penny Nom. 





17/20 of way around around an octagon 
20110605 

From Priscilla: What side of an octagon is a snail on if it is 17/20 way around?
I think it is 6.8? Does that mean it is on side 6 or 7? Answered by Penny Nom. 





A fence around a water tank 
20110201 

From Heath: I am building a fence around a water tank. the fence is to be in the shape of a normal octagon. The tank has a circumference of 57 ' 6''. I would like the fence to be 3 ft from the tank at the skinny point . How would I calculate(for the simple guy) where to set each of my 4x4 posts at the 8 corners. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Answered by Harley Weston. 





A 20" octagon 
20101119 

From CHARLES: I have a 20" octagon and it has 8 parts. In inches how big is each
part. I was told each part was 5.86".The top of the octagon breaks
into 3 equal parts don't equal 20".When i did my math i thought it should be 6 5/8" which is closer
to 20"
I am trying to cut a octagon out of a 20"circle Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagonal shaped cake 
20100812 

From Sara: Hi, I have tried many polynomial equations and substitution methods but i cant seem to get the right answer. Can you please provide some guidance?
Question:
A square cake tin is 24cm x 24cm x 7cm but a cook wants to make an octagonal shaped cake so
has cut out 4 pieces of rectangular card board and placed one on each corner on the interior of the tin.
The cake has to be a regular octagon so pieces must be just right. What is the size of each piece of cardboard to make the cake a regular octagon?
Thankyou. Answered by Tyler Wood. 





An octagon shaped bench 
20100709 

From rob: i am trying to build a octagon shaped bench to fit inside a 69 inch round hot tub so that the tip of each point touches the edge of the circle where it will be fastened. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagonal building 
20100623 

From Nancy: I have to submit my approximate sq. meters of an Octagon home in
Costa Rica. All I know is all sides are equal. One structure has all sides at 16 feet and the second one has all sides equal at 8 ft. I then have to convert it to sq. meters. Can anybody help me with this? Thank you so much, Nancy Answered by Penny Nom. 





The width of a regular octagon 
20100414 

From Denise: I need to know the measurement of an octagon on the inside from flat side to side side, not angle to angle, where the sides are 10 feet long. Answered by Penny Nom. 





An irregular octagon 
20100309 

From Gayle: Question from Gayle:
I am building an irregular shaped octagon wooden box.
The measurements are 291/2 inches by 211/2 inches.
Sides are 12 inches.
It will be 36 inches high.
What would the cutting angles degrees be? Answered by Harley Weston. 





A diagonal of an octagon 
20100302 

From cody: I have an octagon 3ft tall by 3ft wide. What are the lengths of the diagonal lines to the vertical and horizontal lines (b and b)? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon garbage storage bin 
20100302 

From sharon: I am trying to make a octagon garbage storage bin and i need to know the measurement of the outer and iner sides i can't get them to fit together what am i doing wrong Answered by Penny Nom. 





A circular photo in an octagonal frame 
20100113 

From Mike: I have a circle photo 18 and one quarter inches round. I want to cut frame for it in a octagon shape. What would the angle and the length of cut be?
Mike Answered by Robert Dawson. 





Truncated Octagonal Prism 
20091226 

From freitas: the top plane of the truncated octagonal right prism is 45 degree with respect to horizontal. find the volume Answered by Janice Cotcher. 





Designing a shelf 
20090628 

From Bjorn: I'm putting up a shelf and thought I'd be nice and cut the sharp and pointy
corners off. I want to the cut to be at a 45 degree angle, but I also want
the exposed edge to be the same length as from the wall to the beginning of
the cut  so the end of shelf will look like the first two sides of an octagon.
I've managed to construct the solution, but I haven't been able to calculate it...
Please help! Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagonal shaped gravel pit 
20090416 

From Melissa: What is the square footage of a 7'3" square ocatogon with a height of 5 inches? I need to know how much pea gravel to buy for my sons gravel pit. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





A 27 inch diameter octagon 
20090404 

From Gary: I am trying to build an octagon with 27 in outside diameter, i could make it 28 if it makes the calculations easier. Anyway i need to figure out the length of each individual piece of the octagon. I have tried and i can't get it, please help
Thanks Gary Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal deck 
20090401 

From Terry: area of octagon deck? perimeter 128ft, distance from center to any side 19ft Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Octagonal panels for a horse pen 
20090325 

From Tony: I am building a pen for my horse. I am going to use 12' panels in the shape of an octagon. How many feet will he have from side to side using 12' panels.
Thanks,
Tony Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom. 





An octagonal landscaping frame 
20090301 

From Richard: Hi
I am trying to put landscape timbers down in octagon shape that measures 6
feet across and outside measures 360 degrees.. The timbers are 4 inches by 4
inches. I need to know at what angle to cut boards and at what length i need to
complete octagon.
Thanking you in advance for your kind assistance.
Richard :) Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal poker table 
20090223 

From Corey: I'd like to build an octagonal poker table using 4'x8' sheets of plywood. I would like each side edge to be approx. 2' wide. I am sure that due to the angles I can do this with one sheet of plywood, but i don't know how to measure for this. Can you help? Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston. 





An octagonal pyramid 
20090220 

From JUDY: THE BASE OF A PYRAMID IS A REGULAR OCTAGON. HOW MANY CONGRUENT TRIANGULAR FACES DOES THE PYRAMID HAVE? Answered by Penny Nom. 





One vertex angle of a regular octagon is trisected 
20090219 

From Chelsy: Suppose one vertex angle of a regular octagon is trisected as shown in the figure. Each side of the octagon measures 4 units. Find the area of the shaded area. Answered by Robert Dawson. 





An octagonal carpet 
20090124 

From Larry: I am cutting a piece of carpet that is 9 feet x 9 feet and need to cut it into an octagon. How far do I cut from the corner of the square. thank you for any help. Answered by Harley Weston. 





Draw an octagon with an area of 18 square centimeters 
20081202 

From Heidi: Draw an octagon with an area of 18 square centimeters Answered by Penny. 





The sides of an octagon 
20081012 

From side lengthsGarry: I need the length of the sides and the degrees of the angles for a 30 inch diameter
octagon Answered by Janice Cotcher. 





Octagon angles 
20081006 

From John: My daughter wants to build an octagon using PVC pipe fittings. There are several pipe "elbows" available, including 45 degree. I'm trying to determine if if an octagon can be constructed by using 8 pairs of 45 degree elbows, connected to each other by 8 sections of straight pipe of some equal legnth. This makes sense to me intiutively, but I do not know how this can be properly expressed in geometric terms. Answered by Chris Fisher, Victoria West and Harley Weston. 





The sides of an octagon 
20080921 

From mark: I need to know the measurements of an octagon with a inside diameter of 34.5 inches from side to side Answered by Penny Nom. 





Finding the Side of an Octagon 
20080915 

From Nivra: I wondered how to find the wall length of an octagon shaped house from the square footage (1250 sq.ft.). Answered by Janice Cotcher. 





Angles in an octagon 
20080826 

From Arvie: I have seen your answer to Kay on how she can find the length for the sides of an octagon for a 4 foot window, but what is the angle that will need to be cut to get to 4 feet Answered by Penny Nom. 





The area of an octagon 
20080603 

From Jeanne: WHAT IS THE SQUARE FOOTAGE OF A 14 X 14 OCTAGON? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sides of an octagon 
20080507 

From Frank: Question from Frank, a parent:
Hi,
Need to lay out a 10 ft. diameter octagon on the ground. What is the
length of the
sides ? And the angles ? Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal prism 
20080427 

From Melanie: My son is identifying geometric shapes in the real world? We are stuck on octagonal prism, rectangular prism and square prism. Can you help me out with some examples. Thanks Answered by Penny Nom. 





Side lengths and angles in a regular octagon 
20080409 

From Lori: I am a builder and need to find the length of the sides of an octagon. I know the length between
the parallel sides (26 feet). What is the length of each side? What is the angle measurement? Answered by Harley Weston. 





Any regular polygon inscribed in a circle 
20080317 

From lindsay: how do find the perimeter of a regular octagon inscribed in a circle with a radius of 5 units Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An irregular octagon 
20071223 

From Sheldon: I am attempting to construct an irregular octagon picture frame out of bamboo. The bamboo is 1" in diameter and the opening should be 20" H X 16"W.
What measurements should be used? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The area of an octagon inscribed in a circle 
20071201 

From Harry: I need to find the area of an octagon in a circle. each point of the octagon touches the edge of the circle, and the circle's diameter = 4 cm. What is the area of the octagon Answered by Penny Nom. 





The volume of a regular octagonal prism 
20071020 

From Chris: I am trying to figure out the volume of a regular octagonal prism, with side lengths of 4 inches. How do I do this? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal table 
20071018 

From Lorne: I am 77 years old and want to build a table top with each side measuring 23 inches.
I believe the diameter would be 55.5 inches. Is this correct and what is the angle of the cuts I have to make? Thank you for your patience. Answered by Penny Nom. 





The diameter of an octagon 
20071012 

From Lewis: How do I calculate the dimension of the diameter of an Octagon when each leg has a dimension of 60 feet? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon from a square 
20070815 

From Dian: Okay, here is my problem. I have a 21" square and want to make it into an octagon. I am 61 and mathematically challenged. What I need to know is how many inches to each angle? I want this to be accurate as I am using it for a pattern. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Diameter of an octagon 
20070807 

From Bree: I am trying to find the diameter of a octagon with 20' sides . What formula do I use? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Any regular polygon inscribed in a circle 
20070712 

From DJ: Circle with r=12" is inscribed in a regular octagon. What is the length of each octagon segment?
Note: Our answer works for any regular polygon inscribed in any circle. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





A regular octagon is made up of 8 identical isosceles triangles 
20070604 

From Alex: A regular octagon is made up of 8 identical isosceles triangles. If the perimeterof each isosceles triangle and the hexagon are 58 cm and 168 com respectively, find the length of the identical sides of the triangle. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagonal sign 
20070513 

From Cathy: An octagonal sign is made by cutting four identical triangles made from a rectangle calculate area of one of the discarded triangles. length of square=26cmx22cm. length of octagonal sides are 10cm x 13cm Answered by Penny Nom. 





Area of region between circle and inscribed octagon 
20070507 

From amy: I have to find the area of the shaded region where there is an octagon inscribed in a circle
The radius is 4 inches. The shaded region is everything besides the octagon inside the circle.
How can I find the area of the shaded region?
Thank you! Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Constructing an octagonal deck around a circular pool 
20070420 

From Cliff: [I am building an] octagonal desk encompassing 17 foot diameter circle for pool.
I have seen other octagonal calculations but none of these tell me how much allowance for a circle to fit within the octagon without losing the circle edge can anyone help
thanks cliff Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





The area of a regular octagon 
20070417 

From Adam: I need to find the area of a regular octagon with side length of 12.5m Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal box 
20070331 

From eddie: I need to make one wood box in octagon type, that has 1125.00 square feet.
I want to know how many feet in one side Answered by Penny Nom. 





Perimeter of an octagon inside a circle 
20070208 

From Courtney: a regular octagon is inscribed in a circle with a radius of 12 cm. find the perimeter of the octagon? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





A circle inscribed in an octagon 
20070125 

From Anna: If I know that the sides of my octagon are 8 units, how do I determine the radius of an inscribed circle? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal bird house 
20070113 

From Soren: I'm in the process of building a birdhouse that is an octagon (based on previous questions, looks like that's a familiar tune). The essential elements are known, but I get stuck when trying to determine the angle for the cuts that would be made to the thickness of the wood so that they all fit together when assembled. Each octagonal section is 7 inches in width and the peak of the roof will be 2 inches higher than the sides. My sense is that the angle cuts that need to be made to the 'height' of each piece of wood. By height I mean the thinnest part of the wood that is neither the length nor the width to use colloquial terms. While it's clear that a slight angle is needed, it would seem that the angle would necessarily change as the distance from the top of any one side to the peak changes. Please advise if more clarification is needed. The 2 inches is random and can be changed if more convenient. Whew! Answered by Harley Weston. 





An Octagon with area 10,000 square feet 
20070109 

From Christopher: how big would each side of an Octagon have to be to have approx 10,000 square feet on the inside Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagonal birdhouse 
20061230 

From Verner: I am building a octagon birdhouse,what degree would I cut each side of each piece of wood to assemble the birdhouse? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon inscribed in a square 
20061229 

From Richard: An octagon is inscribed in a square so that the vertices of the octagon trisect the sides of the square. The perimeter of the square is 108 centimeters. What is the number of square centimeters in the area of the octagon? Answered by Walter Whiteley. 





A regular polygon inscribed in a circle 
20061219 

From Katy: If a regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 6.72 centimeters, find the length of one side of the pentagon. How would I got about explaining this? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal deck 
20061029 

From R.M.: I am building an octagon deck and I want to know what length to cut the outside boards.The overall is 12ft. wide. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Octagonal Stop Sign 
20061023 

From Phil: My colleagues and I are in a discussion about how many true "sides" an octagonal stop sign has. I say that it has 10 true sides because of the front back sides of a stop sign (3D octagon). Is this correct terminology or should the front and back "sides" be referred to as faces  equaling 2? Answered by Paul Betts, Steve La Rocque and Harley Weston. 





An octagonal room 
20061018 

From Rick: I am a cabinetmaker, and I have a client who has an octagonal room which he would like to be used as a walkin closet. Each side of the octagon is 60" in length. Each wall section is to have a 24" deep cabinet installed on it. I am trying to figure out the width of each cabinet allowing for a 3" space between cabinets at the front corner. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





I need to cut an octagon 
20060923 

From Freddie: I have a 48 inch square piece of wood that I need to cut into an octagon, help. What's an easy way to just measure and cut it. Answered by Penny Nom. 





What is the diameter of the circle that contains this octagon? 
20060921 

From Dave: if the distance between two parallel sides of an octagon is 350 cm, what is the diameter of the circle that contains this octagon (ie. a circle that touches all eight corners)? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





The area of an irregular octagon 
20060823 

From Billy: How do you figure the area of an irregular octagon? Measurements are 4 equal sides of =BD", and 4 equal sides of =BE". It measures 1 1/2" = from flat to flat. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Building an octagonshaped deck 
20060711 

From Maurice: I'm a landscaper and one of my customers wants me to build her an octagon shaped deck in the back yard that has a measurement of 16 by 16. I'm not sure of the way to measure for materials required. It will be built with 2 by 6 lumber with a half inch spacing between the 2 by 6. Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





An octagon shape flower bed 
20060624 

From Brandy: hello my name is brandy my husband and I would like to build an octagon shape flower bed to put around the tree in the front yard
we would hope to have the whole shape about 4 ft5 ft around the tree. what would be the way to find out how to cut each side to that they fit together equally Answered by Penny Nom. 





A side segment of an octagon 
20060624 

From Ed: I would like to know how to find a side segment of an octagon when I know that my octagon is 9 feet from side to side and top to bottom? Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Cutting an octagon from a square 
20060507 

From Veronica: 1.A regular octagon is to be cut out of a square piece of metal which has sides of 1 metre. What will be the length of the sides of the octagon?
2.What will be the area of the octagon? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon shaped soffit 
20060408 

From Ken: I am trying to make an octagon shaped soffit in my ceiling and need help figuring how to divide the circle on the ceiling into an octagon
The circle is 7 foot in diameter. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Measuring an octagon 
20060126 

From Travis: I am looking to do a project for work where I must find the radius of an octagon but I cannot directly measure it. I've found that on a regular hexagon I can find the radius by using the distance between the bolts to find the radius to the line connecting the bolts but also to the outside of a circle to cut it out. I do not understand however how this works for an octagon. What do I do to find the radius of an octagon with only the ability to measure the distance of the bolts? The center has a cutout in it and is mounted currently and I cannot get accurate measurements.
Answered by Penny Nom. 





An irregular octagon 
20060120 

From Robert: I am building a poker table which is in the shape of an irregular octagon. I know the table measures 72 inches long and 48 inches wide with two parallel straight sides of equal length and six smaller sides of equal length ( three at each end of the table), what I don't know are the lengths of the any of the sides. Answered by Harley Weston. 





The area of an octagon 
20060103 

From Nikki: I want to figure out the square footage of an octagon. i have 8 panels that are 24" wide. Its for my dogs and i wanna know how much room they'll have. Answered by Penny Nom. 





The lengths of the sides of an octagon 
20051216 

From Andrew: I need to find the length of the sides of an octagon with an area of 289 in2. Answered by Penny Nom. 





A regular octagon is inscribed in a circle 
20051213 

From Carlin: A regular octagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 15.8 cm. What is the perimeter of the octagon? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sides of an octagon 
20051102 

From Royce: I understand there is a simple calculation to determine the sides of an octagon when you know the distance across the parallel flats. something like .447 . can you help? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Area of an octagon 
20051004 

From AJ: I am working a project for my shop class and need to know the square footage for an octagon with equal 10foot sides. Answered by Penny Nom. 





The length of the side of an octagon 
20050922 

From Billy: How can you find the length of the side of an octagon when all that you know are the long sides of one of the eight perfect isc. triangles inside the octagon that share the same center point? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Constructing figures 
20050920 

From Kim: I would like to know how to draw different shapes:
Regular Octagon with sides of length, 1 unit
Equilateral Triangles, with sides of length 1 unit
Regular Hexagons, with sides of length 1 unit
Isoseles Triangles, with hypotenuse of length 1 unit
Answered by Penny Nom. 





The area of an octagon 
20050821 

From A student: Hi I am a ninth grade student trying to figure the area of an octagon with sides of 4 feet and another one with sides of 5 feet Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonal gazebo 
20050619 

From Tucker: I want to build a gazebo that is a regular octagon 15 feet across. How do I figure the length of each side? Answered by Harley Weston. 





An octagonal deck 
20050607 

From Scott: I want to build a octagonal deck. The wood I am using are cut in 8 foot lenghts. What I want to know is if the sides of the octagonal are 8 feet, what is the diameter. Also what are the angles of each side? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The area of an octagon 
20050521 

From Jeremy: i need to find the area of an octagon with each side measuring 1 foot Answered by Penny Nom. 





An Octagon 
20041010 

From A parent: I am trying to determine what the size of each triangle is of a 12 foot circle consisting of 8 triangles would be. I've gotten as far as the radius being 6 feet, but cannot figure the distance. Answered by Penny Nom. 





An Octagonal playhouse 
20040713 

From Levi: I'm building an octagon playhouse for my son that is 8 feet wide.
what would be the measurements of each of the eight sides. Answered by Harley Weston. 





A stained glass window 
20040329 

From Kay: I'm doing a stain glass project and it's on a 4 foot across octagonal window...and I'm trying to set up the pattern and I don't know how long the sides are! Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon shaped bed frame 
20031123 

From Trish: My son and I are making an octagon shaped bed frame. We are going nuts trying to figure out what angle to cut the boards to make an outline of an octagon. It seems that the 8 inside angles of the 8 "corners" are 120*, but what is the angle that the 2x6 wood should be cut so that they will angle together to form the outline of the octagon? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Diagonals in an octagon 
20031113 

From Glenn: Question 1. What is the probability of choosing the longest diagonal in an octagon? Question 2. Probability of choosing the shortest? Answered by Andrei Volodin and Penny Nom. 





The side length of a regular octagon 
20030809 

From Rich: If I know the distance between the parallel lines of an octagon and want to find the length of the sides, can I just divide that distance by 2.414 to reveal the length of the sides? I work construction and just curious if I am figuring it right. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Diagonals in an octagon 
20030804 

From Amanda: How many diagonals are in an octagon??? What would be a drawing of those diagonals??? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon of perimeter 1,000 meters 
20021105 

From Stephen: my son has to work out the area of a octagon with a outside perimeter of 1,000 metres, Answered by Penny Nom. 





Un octogone 
20020521 

From Yves: Si j'ai un octogone ayant 8 pieds de diamètre,comment fais t'on pour trouver la mesure de un de ces cotés et quel est cette grandeur. Answered by Claude Tardif. 





Area of an octagon 
20020401 

From Someone: What is the actual square footage of a 12' octagon? Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagonshaped deck 
20020220 

From An instructor: How can you solve for finding the side measurements of an octagonshaped deck that is 10 feet long and 10 feet wide. Answered by Penny Nom. 





An octagon inscribed in a circle 
20020110 

From Kent: A circle of 30 in. diameter has an octagon (8 equal chords) inscribed in it. What is the length of each chord? Answered by Chris Fisher. 





The sides of an octagon 
20010413 

From Craig: How do I figure the length of the sides of an octagon when all I know is the diameter (4.375). Answered by Penny Nom. 





Side length of an octagon 
20000422 

From Unknown: If I have an octagon that is 12 feet across (side to opposite side) how can I find the length of the sides? Answered by Harley Weston. 





L'aire d'un hexagon, octagon etc 
20100107 

From danie: C'est quoi la formule pour l'aire d'un hexagon, octagon etc. estce que c'est
Nombre de cotes x ((L'apothem x la mesure d'un cote tout divise par 2)??? Answered by Claude Tardif. 

