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Answered 2015-05-24 15:45:55

The answer depends on what information you have. If you have the length of a side, then the perimeter is nine times that length.


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A regular nonagon has 9 sides and so its perimeter is 9*40 = 36 units of measurement

For any nonagon in general:Perimeter = (side-1 + side-2 + side-3 + . . . . . + side-8 + side-9)For a regular nonagon:Perimeter = 9 x (length of one side)

You add together the lengths of the nine sides of the nonagon.

I think you mean a regular nonagon. This is a nine-sided polygon. If you have the length of one side, you can multiply it by 9 to find the perimeter of all sides.

The area is 1583 square units, approx.

If it is a regular nonagon then it has 9 equal sides, so all you needed to do was divide 31.23 by 9. (You would have got 3.47 cm)

It is the sum of the lengths of the nine sides of the nonagon.

Add the length of all nine sides up.

A nonagon may be regular or irregular.

It is the sum of the lengths of the nine sides of the nonagon.

Not a regular nonagon.

what is the perimeter of a pentegon?

One possibility is an irregular triangle with a side of 5 units.

Area of a regular polygon = 1/2(apothem)(perimeter) 2025 = 1/2(25)(perimeter), so the perimeter = 2025 divided by 25/2. Perimeter = 162 Side length = 162/9 Side length = 18

It is a plane area in the shape of a nonagon!

A irregular nonagon is a polygon that is not a regular polygon.

The perimeter of a octagon is the sum of all its sides.

A nine sided nonagon is only a regular shape if it has 9 equal sides

A regular Nonagon has nine lines of symmetry.

In a regular nonagon no two sides are parallel.

In a regular nonagon there are 9, if its irregular its dependant.

It is a nonagon. It need not be a regular nonagon.

Each angle for a regular nonagon is 140 degrees each.

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