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hat is the area of a regular octagon with a side length of 5 meters and a distance from the center to a vertex of 6.5 meters?

asked by wendy
  1. A = 4.83*s^2 = 3.83*5^2 = 120.75 m^2.

    posted by Henry
  2. Correction: A = 4.83*5^2.

    posted by Henry

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