# Solid Geometry

Submitted by CASIO101 on October 16, 2019 - 9:43am

A regular octagon has one of its sides equal to 12 cm. if a square, which is inscribed in the octagon, is being cut out, determine the percentage of waste due to this process.

Can you help me on this po sir? I cant really figure what happened to the square.. Thanks a lot po .. Godbless!

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## I suspect you are to cut the

I suspect you are to cut the largest square possible out from the octagon. You may try this:

## Thank you po sir

Thank you po sir