1.) Given the regular polygon, what is the measure of each numbered angle?
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My answer: m<1= 36 degrees and m<2=72 degrees. Is that correct?
2.) The area of a regular octagon is 35 cm squared. What is the area of a regular octagon with sides three times as long?
My answer: 315 cm squared. Is that correct?
3.) Name the minor arc and find its measure.
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My answer: ADB has a measure of 245. Is that correct?

- anonymous

This was earlier...

- anonymous

And yes, number 1 is correct.

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- anonymous

I suggest you post one question per post. :)

- anonymous

@mathway there is two answers the question can possibly be, I just found out. So I want ot make sure if 36 degrees AND 72 degrees are correct. I only put one question that I already posted on here, and it was that one. And I find that posting multiple questions in one post has been way faster for me.

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Yeah because I stated the formula in your last post, and you didn't answer, right? :) Well, okay whatever floats your boat. :D

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...I just want to know if what I did is correct. All I need is a yes or no.

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I already said #1 is correct...

- anonymous

Yes but is it correct in the sense of m<1= 36 degrees and m<2=72? I ONLY put 36 degrees at the time so that is why I am re asking it. @mathway

- wolf1728

Angle 1 is 1/10 of the entire circle and a circle contains 360 degrees so angle 1 =
360/10 = 36 degrees

- anonymous

I already said #1 is correct...

- anonymous

...okay.........................I dont think your are getting what I am asking here

- anonymous

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @mathway
And yes, number 1 is correct.
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Here's what I said earlier. And YOU didn't notice it. (:

- anonymous

How did you get #2?

- anonymous

And here is what I just said. m<1= 36 degrees and m<2=72? I ONLY put 36 degrees at the time

- anonymous

Do you get why I asked it a second time?

- anonymous

I did not put the 72 part.

- anonymous

Yes! That's why I said "and yes number 1 is correct." Scroll up to see.

- anonymous

Oh okay, whoops.

- anonymous

I apologize.

- anonymous

I didn't get why you are so mad. Chill out.

- anonymous

@mathway I am sorry you interpreted it that way but I was not mad at all, I was just trying to make you understand but it was me who misunderstood.

- anonymous

And I also apologized...

- anonymous

Wolf, am I correct for the rest or no? Since you are here...

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