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PLEASE HELP! A stop sign is a regular octagon. This stop sign has a height of 30 inches and each side is 12.43 inches. The area of a 30-inch sign is ____ in2 to the nearest square inch. (Enter only the number.)

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    |dw:1327550593243:dw|

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  4. anonymous
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    cinar do I solve for the equation you posted?

  5. anonymous
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    http://www.math-prof.com/AreaVolume/Octagon.aspx

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    what do you mean?

  7. anonymous
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    Nevermind I'm just really confused on how to solve these types of problems.

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    So would my answer be 746.02?

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    did you look at my last attachment ddf

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    Yes I did.

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    there are 4 right triangle, 2 small rectangle and 1 big rectangle..

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    I didnot draw right side right triangles..

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    Oh

  14. anonymous
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    So how would I solve for it?

  15. anonymous
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    So this would be my answer 1,665.7?

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    find 1 right triangle area and multiply it by 4 then find small rectangle area and multiply it by 2 then find big one rectangle and sum them actually I did it on shape..

  17. anonymous
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    big probably (:

  18. anonymous
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    don't you have answers?

  19. anonymous
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    I don't have answers cause I don't know how to solve for these problems. That's why I'm asking.

  20. anonymous
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    this is another approaches and area is 745 so I made a mistake somewhere on the first solution

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    there is no doubt, area is ~745

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    yeah

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