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Example 5
a = apothem
P = perimeter
This is a regular hexagon with sides of 3.4 cm and an apothem of 2.9 cm.
This is a regular quadrilateral, or square, with sides of 4.4 cm and an apothem of 2.2 cm.
You can compare this to multiplying base times height:
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