**A regular polygon of**n sides each**of**length**a**can be divided into n isosceles...these triangles. The**area of**each triangle would then be...perimeter(apothem) Note: the**formula**you have left out the ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/04/2008

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**formula**is**A**=1/2aP Example problem : Find the**area of a regular**pentagon(5sides) withh apothem 3in and side length 6in ANSWER:::**A**=1/2(3in...1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 22/05/2007

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**area of regular**hexagon with apothem length**of**24in = 2(apothem)^2sqrt(3) = 2(24in)^2(1.732) = 1995.3 in^2 2.**area of regular**hexagon with perimeter length**of**60 feet = (1/144)(perimeter)^2sqrt(3) = (1/144)(60ft...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/11/2011

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**area of a regular polygon**,**A**, is given by:**A**= 1/2 ***a*** p Where**a**...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/09/2009

...the distance from the midpoint to the centre

**of**the**polygon**/2. So, the**area of**the**polygon**is n * length**of**one side * the distance from the midpoint to the centre...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/05/2008

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**a regular polygon**, the apothem is perpendicular to each**of**the sides. Therefore you could...**polygon**as one point and each side making**a**separate triangle. The**area of**each**of**these triangles is...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/11/2010

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**area**is 0.5ap where**a**is the apothem and p is the perimeter**of polygon**. The apothem is basically the line from the center**of**the**polygon**to the middle...3 Answers · Education & Reference · 09/10/2006

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**formula**before. First...by constructing**a**perpendicular bisector to one**of**the sides. ... it's**a**square,**area**is s^2 ...that, you can divide the**polygon**up into congruent ...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/03/2013

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**area of**the polygons approaches that**of a**circle**of**the same perimeter...the upper limit**of**the**area**.**A**circle**of**...here, but basically the**formula**in words...**of a regular polygon of**circumference...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/05/2010

...the centre

**of**the**polygon**to each vertex. The lines divide the**polygon**into n isosceles triangles, each with angle at the centre**of**2*pi/n.**Area of a**triangle = ½ b c sin**A**So the**area of**each isosceles triangle ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/06/2010