## What angle do you cut for 8 sides?

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## What angle do you cut for 8 sides?

Set your miter saw at 22.5 degrees. This is the angle you need to cut at to make an octagon shape.

### What is the A 8 sided shape called?

octagon

An octagon is a shape with 8 sides and 8 angles. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides.

**How many degrees are in a octagon?**

1080°Octagon / Sum of interior angles

**How do you cut an octagon out of a square?**

Create an Octagon From a Square

- Step 1: Divide Into Thirds. Divide the lengths into thirds.
- Step 2: Split Into 9 Squares. Draw along the markings to create 9 small squares.
- Step 3: Make an Octagon in the 9 Squares. Draw lines such that the octagon can be seen in the 9 squares.
- Step 4: Erase Forming the Octagon.
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## How do you draw an 8 sided octagon?

To draw an octagon, start by drawing a large circle with a horizontal and vertical line inside of it that’s splitting the circle into 4 equal parts. Then, draw 2 diagonal lines that intersect at the center of the circle and split it up into 8 equal parts.

### How do you make an easy octagon?

Regular Octagon. Draw a large circle at the center of the page. Draw a straight horizontal line splitting the circle to equal parts. Draw a straight vertical line (also splitting the circle to equal parts) of which its center will intersect with that of the horizontal line.

**What are the measurements of a octagon?**

A regular octagon will have all its sides equal in length. Each interior angle of a regular octagon is equal to 135°. Therefore, the measure of exterior angle becomes 180° – 135° = 45°. The sum of the interior angles of the octagon is 135 × 8 = 1080°.

**How do you calculate an octagon?**

The sum of the angles of an octagon is 1080°. The sum of the interior angles of a polygon with n number of sides is always (n − 2) × 180°. Thus, an octagon’s angles add up to (8 − 2) × 180° = 1080°.

## How do you find the side length of an octagon?

Multiply the diameter’s length, the distance from vertex to opposite vertex, by 0.383 to calculate a side’s length. For example, the diameter is 10 inches — 10 inches multiplied by 0.383 results in 3.83 inches.