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# Find the length of each side of the given regular dodecagon.

## The correct answer is: - 16

### Solution:

Hint:

- A regular dodecagon has 12 sides equal in length and all the angles have equal measures, all the 12 vertices are equidistant from the center of dodecagon.
- A regular dodecagon is a symmetrical polygon.

Explanation:

- We have been given in the question figure of a regular dodecagon
- We have also been given the two sides of it that is -
- We have to find length of each side of the regular dodecagon.

We have given a regular dodecagon with sides represented as

Since, It is regular, then all sides are equal

So,

2x - 1 = 9x + 15

7x = - 16

X can not be negative

Wrong data

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