There is insufficient information to answer the question. There is no indication that the octagon is regular and therefore, you may not assume that it is.
Even it you were told that it is a regular octagon, there is still insufficient information: the answer will depend on what the 17.25 inch is a measure of - the diagonal of the octagon or its height (width).
The answer depends on whether the octagon is inside the circle or outside (tangential).
howlong,to the nearest inch, is each of the sides of an octagonal acre /
Each side of the 48 inch perimeter is 6 inches long, therefore there are 48 / 6 = 8 of them. The figure is a regular octagon.
Each side is 56/8 (7).
It is an octagon each of whose sides is 5 cm long and each of whose interior angles measures 135 degrees.
If the permiter of a regular octagon is 8z-16, then the length of each side would be the perimeter / 8 or 2z-2
It depends how long each side is. An octagon's sides do not have to all be the same length, they can vary from octagon to octagon. A regular octagon's sides are all equal so the sum of their measures would be 8 times the length of any one side..
An octagon has 8 sides, each of which is four feet long. 8 x 4 = 32 feet, or 10 yards, 2 feet.
You remove right angled triangles whose legs are 3*[2-sqrt(2)] = 1.7574 inches long.
Polygons do not have diameters. Is the 11.25" from one point to the opposite, or from one side straight across? The two are quite different and will give a different answer for the side length.
The side length is 1.82 units.
Approx 3.83 feet.