Q: What is the area of a regular heptagon with the apothem is 18.1 and the perimeter is 15?

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The area of a regular polygon is equal to (1/2)pa, where p is the perimeter and a is the apothegm. The area of this polygon is (1/2)(15.44)(16), which is 123.52 square units.

Perimeter = 2*Area/Apothem.

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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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The area of a regular polygon is equal to (1/2)pa, where p is the perimeter and a is the apothegm. The area of this polygon is (1/2)(15.44)(16), which is 123.52 square units.

Perimeter = 2*Area/Apothem.

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

No.

4.12

A = (1/2)Pa A being the area, P being the perimeter of the regular polygon, and the apothem length being a.

Area of regular polygon: 0.5*apothem*perimeter

The apothem is 12.5 metres.

232.57 square inches.

Area in square units = 0.5*(apothem)*(perimeter)

The formula is 1/2 (apothem) (perimeter)