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## What will be the perimeter of a regular octagon of side a CM?

Answer: The perimeter of a regular octagon with side 8 cm is 64 cm. Let’s find the perimeter. The perimeter of a regular polygon can be calculated by multiplying the number of sides with the length of each side. ⇒ Perimeter = 64 cm.

## What is the interior angle of a regular octagon of side length 2 cm?

Each interior angle of a regular octagon measures 135°. Irregular octagons have different side lengths and angle measures.

22.5 degrees

## How do you inscribe an octagon into a square?

Draw diagonals AC and BD intersecting at E….To Inscribe an Octagon in a Square

1. With B as center describe an arc cutting the sides at F and K.
2. With C as center describe an arc cutting the sides at H and M.
3. With D as center describe an arc cutting the sides at L and O.

## How do you make an octagon with equal sides?

Regular Octagon. Draw a large circle at the center of the page. Draw a straight horizontal line splitting the circle to equal parts. Draw a straight vertical line (also splitting the circle to equal parts) of which its center will intersect with that of the horizontal line.

## What does octagon symbolize?

Occasionally, the octagon was viewed as a symbol for infinity. It was suggested that the octagon is a circle attempting to become a square, and a square attempting to become a circle. The octagon and the star octagram were religious symbols for rebirth and resurrection.

## Is Octagon a lucky shape?

In BTB Feng Shui (Bon Buddhism), the octagon is seen as a symbol of protection to ward off negative spiritual activity. The octagon is also seen as a vehicle for the advent of good health and good fortune. Referring to the Western Bagua Map, you’ll see that too is in the shape of an octagon.

## What does a red octagon mean?

A red octagon (eight-sided) STOP sign means you must make a full stop before entering the intersection, crosswalk, or driving past the white stop line. A triangular red YIELD sign means slow down, be ready to stop, and let traffic (including people walking or riding bikes) pass before you go ahead.