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7 articles trouvés pour ce sujet.    Page1/1            An enclosure for some remote control boats 2017-10-03 Roberto pose la question :I am trying to build a "ring" for our remote control boats, using irrigation pipe. I'd like to use full 20' long sticks for the long sides and use eight of what we call 45s, which are actually 135' fittings to make the six short sides. If I know the length of the two long sides, what would be the formula to find the exact lengths of the short sides? Thank you.Penny Nom lui répond.     The area of an irregular octagon 2013-11-18 zafar pose la question :if i have a rectangular octagon then how i can find its area 1. The length of rectangle is 42 and the width is 21 and and the base length is 42-12 =30 i mean the length of base =30Penny Nom lui répond.     An irregular octagon 2007-12-23 Sheldon pose la question :I am attempting to construct an irregular octagon picture frame out of bamboo. The bamboo is 1" in diameter and the opening should be 20" H X 16"W. What measurements should be used?Penny Nom lui répond.     The area of a regular octagon 2007-04-17 Adam pose la question :I need to find the area of a regular octagon with side length of 12.5mPenny Nom lui répond.     A regular polygon inscribed in a circle 2006-12-19 Katy pose la question :If a regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 6.72 centimeters, find the length of one side of the pentagon. How would I got about explaining this?Penny Nom lui répond.     The area of a regular octagon 2006-10-22 Farhana pose la question :I have a regular octagon with sides of 0.8m and I need to find the area,Karen McIver and Penny Nom lui répond.     The area of an irregular octagon 2006-08-23 Billy pose la question :How do you figure the area of an irregular octagon? Measurements are 4 equal sides of =BD", and 4 equal sides of =BE". It measures 1 1/2" = from flat to flat.Penny Nom lui répond.      Page1/1    Centrale des maths reçoit une aide financière de l’Université de Regina et de The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    Qui sommes-nous :: carte du site :: our english site