1. Math Wizard..a little help please? 11-agon??

I'm trying to figure out the angle of the pieces on an 11-agon (I think you call it). What I have are two circles, the inside one is 48" and the outside one it 72". I want to make 11 stones fit together to make this ring and I need to know the angle of the cuts between the stones.

Dan

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3. Take a look at this

4. Thanks to both of you! Thats just what I needed!

• Why not just say: 360 / Segments^2 = 360 / 22 = 16.3636 or 90-16.3636 = 73.6363

• Originally Posted by jhudler
Why not just say: 360 / Segments^2 = 360 / 22 ........
When I went to school 11^2 = 121

• Originally Posted by teamtexas
I'm trying to figure out the angle of the pieces on an 11-agon (I think you call it).......Dan

A hendecagon is an eleven-sided figure.

• Thanks Greg, although I'm not sure I can pronouce it!

Dan

• Originally Posted by Kiwi
When I went to school 11^2 = 121
I think the proof defined defined the typo smarta\$\$.

• well what do you think!

• I know your formula is wrong.