@hfmario5 asked 3 weeks ago.

How to find the length of a side of a regular polygon when given the area?

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@clarkee answered 1 week ago.

When given the area of a regular polygon, it is possible to find the length of one of its sides, using the formula, "s" = "a"/"p" where "s" is the length of the side, "a" is the area of the polygon and "p" is the perimeter.
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@johnkeat answered 2 weeks ago.

We know that the formula for the area of a regular polygon is given by the formula:



Area = (1/2) × (base) × (height)



So, if we want to find the length of a side when given the area, we set up the equation as follows:
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@mrfindfix answered 2 weeks ago.

The formula for finding the length of a side of a regular polygon is:  

where  

A = area of the polygon  

L = length of a side of the polygon  

n = number of sides



To find the length of the side of a regular polygon, all you have to do is divide the area of the polygon by the number of sides. In the case of a regular polygon with a known area, that number is  2.
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