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How do you find the apothem of a shape if you only know the length of each side and the amount of sides?
Guest Mar 14, 2012
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if you have a hexagon, the radius is equal to the side length. then you can use the Pythagorean theorem ( a squared + b squared = c squared). Hope that helped!
Guest Mar 15, 2012
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if you know the side length, for squares, it is half the side length.
Guest Mar 15, 2012

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