# geometry

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The corners of the square, 2m. sides, are cut off to form a regular octagon. What is the length of the side of the resulting octagon?

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Enough, already. You are being a pest with your multiple posts of the same question.

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True. If I see 6-10 posts by the same person in a short time span, I figure that either it's a homework dump, or multiple posts of the same question. Either way, I'm starting to ignore the whole bunch.

Believe it or not, the volunteers who help with the questions also have a life. You could spend the interval working on it yourself, rather than reposting every five minutes.

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