## Polygons Resources

Six angles of a seven sided figure are each equal to 134 degrees. Find the other angle. I tried to do (n-2)x 180                   (7-2) x 180=... whats the scale factor if these polygons are proportional?

please answer in a format like: prop, s.f.= 1:4    1. A = 2, 6, 8, 9 B = 4, 12, 16, 18   2. A = 2, 3, 6, 10 B= 6, 9, 18, 30   3. A = 7, 10, 14, 15... What's a zonohedron and why is it interesting?

I can't seem to find much on this online. Very interested to know more about Zonohedrons. Thanks. Finding octagon area, apothem, and lengths.

ABCDEFGH is a regular octagon with a side length of 8. Diagonals AE and CG meet at X. Point M is the midpoint of AB   What is the area?   Find XM, the apothem of the octagon... How to draw a segmented single arch in autocad & by manual methods.

Dear super minds thinkers:   I want to draw a single arch connected from point 1 to point 2 which length of chord is known between points, the arch must contain 7 segments equal in length,... Points A, B, C, D, E, and F are the verticies of a regular hexagon and also trisect the sides of the large equilateral triangles as shown. Given that the area ABCDEF is 24, what is the total area... I need help pls!

1)An equilateral triangle ABX is drawn outside a square ABCD.Find the angles ADX and DXC.   2)Five external angles of an octagon are 40 degress greater than the other three external angles...

If the length of one side of a regular pentaon is taken as 1 Polygon Reflection

You have a polygon on a coordinate plane that you must use a minimum number of reflection to get the polygon back to its original orientation and location. The one rule is that you can’t redo previous... Perimeters of Polygons

A. Calculate the perimeter of the polygon whose vertices are the complex fourth roots of 1. B. Calculate the perimeter of the polygon whose vertices are the complex ninth roots of 1.... Find the perimeter of the polygon with the vertices G(2, 4), H(2,−3), J(−2,−3), and K(−2, 4)

Find the perimeter of the polygon with the vertices G(2, 4), H(2,−3), J(−2,−3), and K(−2, 4)