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can we prove the formula to find the area of an octagon

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    if answer is yes, then how can we prove the formula.

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    of course the answer is yes, assuming the formula is correct.

    Now the question is, what is the formula?

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    T is 360 divided by n
    L is (180-T) over 2
    N is no of sides

    Just came up with this , still only checking it though

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