Areas and the Pythagorean Theorem 
Assignment #4. (posted November 21st)
Parallelogram b = base; h = height 
Kite
w = width; h = height 
Regular Pentagon
p = perimeter r = distance from the center to the middle of a side 
Regular Hexagon

Regular Heptagon

A regular polygon
is one in which every side and every angle is the same. The square,
regular pentagon, hexagon, and heptagon are examples. Based on your
last three answers, explain why the area of any regular polygon is
rp / 2 Does this agree with the fomula for the area of
a circle?
