Applying Some Trigonometry
- I-Heng McComb
1. Work with the octagon: Use your knowledge of angles and trig ratios to find the length of one edge of the octagon and also the area of the triangle corresponding to that edge. 2. Check in with your group before continuing! 3. Enter the requested octagon information in the table below (make sure you're logged in and save from time to time) or copy the table and write your results down on paper. 4. Repeat the above calculations for other values of n (you may divide this up among your group members).