A regular octagon.
basicly regular octagon No, it's a hexagon. An octagon has 8 equal sides and 8 equal angles.
100 shares of stock is called a round lot.
A shape with 8 equal sides is called a regular octagon.
No - one byte is equal to 8 bits. Fun fact - four bits is called a 'nybble'!
No. 3 fourths, normally called three quarters, is less that 8 eighths, which is equal to 1.
It refers to general average contributions. For example, a group of people, with equal shares in anything, may all expect to receive an equal amount when the shares are converted to cash
A person owning shares in a company is a shareholder.