An octagonal has 8 **exterior angles**. One of the

**sides**of a

**regular**is

**square****equal**to each

**angle**of it. A

**square**has eight

**sides**, and each side has an

**equal**number of

**, which is called its**

**angle**s**angle**.

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## What angles are in an octagon?

An octagonal has 8 **exterior angles**. One of the

**sides**of a

**regular**is

**square****equal**to each

**angle**of it. A

**square**has eight

**sides**, and each side has an

**equal**number of

**, which is called its**

**angle**s**angle**.

## Is 8 inches deep enough for raised bed?

A ** raised bed** doesn’t need to be very deep to be effective. It is usually eight to 12 inches. If drainage is a problem, the

**bed**could be taller and filled with a porous growing medium. Vegetables can be up to 18 inches deep, but can be as shallow as 6 to 8 inches. Plants should not be allowed to dry out during the growing season.

This is especially true if they are grown in a greenhouse, where the temperature can drop to as low as -20°F (-4°C) during winter months. Plants should also be kept in the shade during summer months, when the sun is not strong enough to provide adequate light for photosynthesis.

## Should I line my raised garden bed?

It is possible to **line** your ** raised bed** to make it more durable and to prevent toxics from entering the soil. Landscape fabric can be found at

**garden**supply stores and cloth fabric can be found in clothing. Non-porous plastic can retain too much water and discourage the growth of beneficialbacteria.

## What do I put on the bottom of a raised garden bed?

Grass clippings, leaves, **wood** chips, straw, and other organic material should be placed at the bottom of a **raised** **garden****bed**. The cardboard needs to be placed on top of that layer. The organic material will be composted, while the cardboard will be used as mulch.

If you have a large **garden**, you may want to consider using a composting system. If you don’t have the space to build your own compost pile, there are many companies that will build one for you for a small fee.

## What kind of wood should I use for a raised garden bed?

cedar is the best **wood** for **garden beds** because of its rot resistant nature. White cedar, yellow cedar, and juniper are high-quality

**that can be used in a**

**wood**s**, even though western red cedar is commonly used.**

**garden****bed**If you’re looking for a **wood** that’s easy to work with and doesn’t require a lot of care, you might want to consider using a **hard wood** such as cherry, walnut or maple. These

**are naturally resistant to rot, which makes them a good choice for**

**wood**s

**garden**ing**.**

**bed**s**Hardwoods** also tend to be less expensive than other types of

**wood**, so you can save money by using

**instead of other**

**hard**s**wood****.**

**wood**s## How much do the angles in an octagon add up to?

The total of the measures of the interior ** angles** of an octagonal structure. The total of the measures of the interior

**of the circle is 180. In the case of circles, the**

**angle**s**are measured in radians, which is the same as the**

**angle**s**angle**between the circle’s center and the horizon.

For example, if you are standing on the ground and look up at the sky, you will see that the sun is directly overhead at an **angle** of 45°. This is because the earth rotates on its axis at a rate of 1.5° per second. The **angle** that you see from your point of view is **equal** to the radius of your circle divided by the time it takes for the rotation to complete one revolution.

Therefore, when you look straight up, your **angle** will be 45 degrees. When you turn your head to look down at your feet, it will take you a little longer to turn the other way, so you’ll see a 45-degree **angle**.

## Does an octagon have acute or obtuse angles?

If it is a regular octagon, there are 8 obtuse ** angles**. An easy rule to remember is that any regular polygons with more than 4

**sides**has at least 8

**sides**. A

**square**has 6

**sides**, so it has an octagonal shape. It also has 4 corners, which makes it a quadrilateral. A

**tri**has 5

**angle****sides**and 2 corners. So it’s a hexagon, and so on.

The number of **sides** is the same for all the shapes, except for the hexagons, because they have more **sides** than regular polygons. If you want to know how many **sides** are in a **square**, you can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the **square** root of 2.

## How many triangles can be formed in a octagon?

The number of ** triangles** that can be formed by joining the edges of a

**tri**is proportional to the

**angle****square**of the distance from the center of the

**.**

**tri**s**angle**In other words, if we have two ** triangles**, one of which is a right

**tri**and the other a left

**angle****tri**, and we want to join them together, we can do so by drawing a

**angle****line**from one vertex of one

**tri**to another vertex in the same

**angle****tri**. This

**angle****line**is called the intersection point.

If we draw this **line** on a piece of paper, it will look something like this: The intersection of two right ** triangles** is the point on the paper where the

**line**intersects the two

**sides**of both

**. The intersection points of left**

**tri**s**angle****are the points at which the**

**tri**s**angle****cross each other.**

**line**sIn the diagram above, you can see that there are two intersections: one at the top left corner and one on top right corner. These two points are referred to as the bottom and top corners.

You can also see from this diagram that if you draw a straight **line** between the intersections, then you will end up with two straight ** lines** that are parallel to one another, but not intersecting. For example, here is an example of how this can happen.