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Find the apothem of a regular polygon with an area of 625 m2 and a perimeter of 100 m.

A regular polygon has equal sides and angles. A polygon has a surface area but a polyhedron has many faces as for example a pyramid.

The area of a regular polygon with n sides is the half of the product of its perimeter and the apothem. So that you do not have enough information to find the area of the polygon (for example how many sides it has, or the side length).

Area of regular polygon: 0.5*3*20 = 30 square feet

The area of a polygon is not enough to determine its shape - unless it is a regular polygon. There is nothing in the question to suggest that the octagon is regular.

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Find the apothem of a regular polygon with an area of 625 m2 and a perimeter of 100 m.

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regular pentagon area of 12 000 m2 and an apothem of 40 m regular pentagon area of 12 000 m2 and an apothem of 40 m need to figure it out from area 12000 m2

Area of regular polygon: 0.5*apothem*perimeter

A regular polygon has equal sides and angles. A polygon has a surface area but a polyhedron has many faces as for example a pyramid.

The polygon is a Quadrilateral.

The area of a regular polygon with n sides is the half of the product of its perimeter and the apothem. So that you do not have enough information to find the area of the polygon (for example how many sides it has, or the side length).

Area of regular polygon: 0.5*3*20 = 30 square feet

The area of a polygon is not enough to determine its shape - unless it is a regular polygon. There is nothing in the question to suggest that the octagon is regular.

The answer depends on whether or not it is a regular polygon and also on what information is available about it.

The circle has a smaller area than the polygon.

Area of regular polygon: 0.5*20*3 = 30 square feet