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Area of a Regular Octagon. By Carson Dial. Now, for the basics. T his is a regular octagon, an 8-sided figure whose sides are congruent. The small lines on the edges indicate the congruency of said edges . Now, we can begin….

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Now, for the basics

This is a regular octagon, an 8-sided figure whose sides are congruent.

The small lines on the edges indicate the

congruency of said edges.

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Now, we can begin…

First, there is no way to find the area of an octagon by itself, you must divide the octagon into equilateral triangles, eight of them.

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Continuing on now…

We need to find the area of a single equilateral triangle.

So we’ll say the length of

this triangle’s base is 5

units.

5

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Next up…

We’ll need the height of this triangle,

so for convenience\'s sake, we’ll call it 6.5 units.

6.5

5

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Now, to work this through…

The equation looks something like this

B*h/2 or,

Base times height divided by 2

So, we’ll substitute our numbers in…

5*6.5/2

6.5

5

6.5

* 5

= 32.5 / 2= 16.25

So, the area of this triangle is 16.25 units.

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Up next, the full area…

Now, we will multiply the area of the triangle by eight to find the area of the octagon.

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