# What is a irregular octagon?

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## What is a irregular octagon?

When an octagon has all equal sides and equal angles, then it is defined as a regular octagon. But if it has unequal sides and unequal angles, it is defined as an irregular octagon. A regular octagon is a closed shape with sides of the equal length and interior angles of the same measurement.

## How many sides and corners does an octagon have?

An octagon is a polygon made up of 8 sides. It has eight angles. Octagon = Octa + gon where octa means eight and gon means sides. There are 20 diagonals in an octagon as shown below.

## How do you divide irregular land area in AutoCAD?

Select Divide tool from expanded Draw panel of Home tab, you can also use its command equivalent DIVIDE. Click on the spline and enter the number of segments in which you want to divide the spline, I will select 6 segments for our case. Press enter to exit the command.

## How do you divide a curve?

Divide Curve: divide a curve into a whole number of segments. The segments (as measured along the curve) are all of equal length. Divide Length: divide a curve into segments with fixed length. The segments are all measured along the curve and the last segment is likely to have a different rest length.

## How do you divide an arc?

Once an arc is in the form of a straight line, the straight line can be divided into desired number of equal parts by usual method of drawing parallel lines. After locating the points on the straight line, the length of one division is known which can be used to divide the arc.

## How many grip points does a circle have in AutoCAD?

5 Grip Points

## How do you draw 1/3 of a line?

To represent 1/3 on a number line, we divide the gap between O and A into 3 equal parts. Let T and Q be the points of division. Then, T represents 1/3 and Q represents 2/3, because 2/3 means 2 parts out of 3 equal parts as shown below. By using the same procedure, point O represents 0/3 and point A represents 3/3.