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## Can a square fit in a octagon?

An octagon iinscribed in a square. An octagon is inscribed in a square so that the vertices of the octagon trisect the sides of the square. For the triangles: the short sides are each 1/3 of the sides of the square: 9 cm. From this, and the right angle in the corner, you can calculate the area of each of the triangles.

### Can an octagon be any shape?

Regular and 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 equal length and interior angles of the same measurement.

**What can be an octagon?**

Things That Are Shaped in an Octagon Shape

- Stop Signs. ••• In the United States, everyone is familiar with the octagon-shaped stop sign.
- Mirrors. ••• Although mirrors are usually square or round, there are plenty made in the shape of an octagon.
- Tiles. •••
- UFOs. •••
- Candles. •••
- Windows. •••

**Is an octagon equilateral?**

An octagon is called regular when its sides are equal and also its interior angles are equal. These octagons are called equilateral. Any octagon that is not regular is called irregular. The sum of the internal angles of any octagon, either convex or concave is always 1080°.

## Is a octagon a quadrilateral?

It is a quadrilateral as it has four sides. Angles of an octagon: An octagon consists of 8 angles. The sum of the angles of an octagon is 1080°.

### How many diagonals can you have in a square?

Where d is the length of the diagonal of a square and s is the side of the square. Diagonal of square is a line segment that connects two opposite vertices of the square. As we have four vertices of a square, thus we can have two diagonals within a square. Diagonals of the square are always greater than its sides.

**Why don’t hexes have diagonals?**

In a hex grid, you haven’t got that ambiguity. In hex chess variants, sometimes they come up with something for the bishops to do, but it feels kind of forced, to me. Diagonals are a natural idea for squares but not for hexes. For purposes of orthogonal unit differentiation, it’s simple to have pieces that move diagonally, cardinally, or both.

**What is the difference between a hexagon and regular hexagon?**

A hexagon is a closed plane figure with six edges and six vertices. A regular hexagon is a convex figure with sides of the same length, and internal angles of 120 degrees.

## What are the properties of hexagonal tessellation?

The hexagonal tessellation is combinatorially identical to the close packing of circles on a plane. Hexagons are the only regular polygon that can be subdivided into another regular polygon. (As far as I know, hexagons are the only regular polytope of any dimension with this particular property.)